Boy Scout pack leaders emphasize how important faith is to both Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts.
The success of the game helps them continue to provide support for the children.
Leaders at the Youngstown schools say they are looking all around the valley for new students.
Army soldiers of the 1st battalion 107th Field Artillery welcomed their new commander Sunday.
A dispatch supervisor says the Fire Department pronounced two vehicle passengers dead in the crash, which happened about 2:45 a.m.
Cities besides Galion have also taken steps to avoid high rates, in some cases through a process called stabilization.
An appeals court hears arguments later this month on whether a man can face the death penalty in his retrial.
A report from the beginning of the year showed testing has led to 2,224 DNA matches in a criminal database.
The plight of the unemployed also reflects an economic reality: Even in the best times, the number of job seekers is typically twice the num…
Approval of the way Obama is handling the economy improved slightly, 41 percent to 45 percent, over the past two months.
He won two national championships at North Carolina along with an Olympic gold medal.
Firefighters made progress after rain moved in, and have contained 50 percent of the blaze.
Some of Bill Cosby’s performances elsewhere have drawn heckling and protests, and some have been canceled.
Advise that anglers always fish with a partner or near other fishermen.
Five people are dead, including the gunman, after a shooting in a subdivision west of Atlanta.
A sweet event Saturday in Youngstown included 7,000 cookies to taste and nibble on.
Police Chief Douglas Cole said two men and a woman were shot, including the man who was targeted.
Bruce Jenner was in one of four cars involved in a crash in Malibu that killed a woman.
Four dogs are on quite a journey this weekend, heading to Connecticut.
Dressed in red to raise awareness, more than 20 women gathered in Youngstown for the Pink Goes Red event at the YWCA.
Niles resident George Davis held a fundraiser Saturday for a little boy he hardly knows.
Youngstown State University students and volunteers began their tax preparation program Saturday.