Thursday is National Day of Prayer and a number of activities are planned in the Mahoning Valley.
Crews are working to repair pavement on the eastbound exit ramp to Route 62 off of I-80.
The man whose body was found Wednesday afternoon died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
Carey said from the stage that she hit the jackpot with her near-capacity opening night crowd.
The vote was not even close, with 195 against the contract and only 36 for it.
The proceeds from Wednesday’s event will go to sending 60 children to Salvation Army camp this summer.
Company officials say the material has been stored above ground since the 1960s and needs a permanent resting place.
Dr. Christopher Liebig, said over the past decade, the number of emergency room visits for teenagers with head injuries has tripled.
Once the city’s investigation is complete, they may be looking to change the plant’s method of handling waste water.
The 26th annual Strimbu BBQ was held at Yankee Lake Ballroom on Wednesday night.
The store will take over space currently occupied by Giant Eagle.
The redesign is aimed at giving the Chevrolet Cruze a sleeker look.
Waters was fired in July after an internal investigation concluded he had ignored a “sexualized culture” within the band.
Snoop Dogg posted a photo to Instagram with Department of Public Safety Trooper Billy Spears in March with the comment “Me n my deputy dogg.…
Second Harvest officials said one in six people in our area struggle with hunger, including one in four children.
The Republican governor will be in the early-voting state Thursday and Friday for a series of events and meet-and-greets.
BNSF vice president Mike Trevino says two cars continue to burn Wednesday evening.
Deputies found ID cards, uniforms and vehicles that looked like law enforcement vehicles along with other official police equipment.
For years, the city of Campbell has seen its share of problems, but the mayor is hoping things may finally be turning around.
Concerns have been raised about the threat of terrorist activity by U.S. individuals inspired by the propaganda of the Islamic State group.
Just 220 votes was all the difference between the winning and losing candidate in Tuesday’s primary election.
Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky says the criminal proceedings violated his constitutional rights