A new survey says many small and mid-sized businesses in Ohio haven’t recovered from the brutal weather of last winter.
A scientist who was infected with Ebola while working for the World Health Organization in Sierra Leone has recovered and been discharged fr…
Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers arrested a man early Saturday morning following reckless driving and a failed sobriety test.
Officials in central Pennsylvania say an elderly woman died in an early morning house fire that also injured her husband.
State Route 5 in Braceville Township is scheduled to re-open.
The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force is ready to honor six aviation pioneers.
State campaign finance filings Friday showed how much Kasich raised for the month but not how much he spent.
The award is named for the 1950 film in which Stewart befriends an invisible rabbit.
The rare second-degree murder conviction in a dog mauling had come because Alex Jackson repeatedly ignored complaints about his dogs from ho…
Businesses were negatively affected by construction on Route 224 near Interstate 680.
Anthony and Ronnie Napolitan are world class BMX riders from Youngstown.
Wind-whipped flames didn’t touch the under-construction memorial and visitors center, which are about 2 miles away on the large property in …
The decontamination team was to collect bed sheets, towels and a mattress used by the infected man before he was hospitalized, as well as a …
The Treasure of Harageh collection consists of 37 items such as flasks, vases and jewelry inlaid with lapis lazuli, a rare mineral.
Salah Salahadyn could face more than a decade in prison when sentenced Nov. 10.
The AFI announced Friday that Martin would be getting its highest honor for a career in film.
Plans for the new library have been in the making for nearly 10 years.
One of the Hubbard football players injured in an ATV accident two weeks ago is now at home recovering.
More than 50 representatives from businesses in the Valley examined their concerns about possible marijuana regulations in the workplace.
After a four-wheeler accident the weekend of Sept. 19 that injured Nick Wells and Colin Burdette, Hubbard community members showed support.
Representatives from the Ohio Department of Transportation shared their plans Friday at the Regional Chamber’s breakfast in Canfield.
Struthers police said the man had been stalking his ex-girlfriend for days prior to the incident.