Voters in 2009 and 2010 passed two levies for the library system, a 1-mill and 1.8-mill, which are both set to expire.
Todd Maki started the Youngstown Scoring Stage as an experiment, not knowing if they could even compete with orchestrations in bigger cities…
The dog was lucky enough to be caught by Bernardo Smith, who cares for many strays in the area.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden said he would not be surprised if another hospital worker who cared for Thom…
See how schools are grappling with the issue of policing online student interactions.
Officials in Columbiana are trying to prevent a situation like one that occurred at Mill Creek MetroParks, where hundreds of geese were roun…
A bus struck a pedestrian Monday afternoon and the victim had to be taken to the hospital by helicopter.
Cleveland avenged a 30-27 week one loss to Pittsburgh Sunday.
Officers were called to Troy High School, north of Dayton, on Thursday after someone reported a female student had brought in a pan of brown…
Springer will appear with a candidate for Ohio secretary of state.
The average time your eyes are off the road while texting is five seconds.
State leaders have launched the website with info for job seekers, employers and service providers.
Sixty-one of the centers will be closed in all.
Hunters in Ohio can head into the woods and get their shot at taking a gobbler of their own.
A big rally was held on Sunday to help inspire people and families who are fighting cancer.
Sunday was not only a celebration of the Church’s milestone, but the dedication most members have to the church.
The Liberty business is teaming up with the Austism Society of Ohio for the two day event.
A man and woman are at Saint Elizabeth Health Center following a one-vehicle accident on the North Side.
A vacant house is becoming a regular scene for Warren Firefighters.
Residents got a taste of the Valley on Sunday at Lanterman’s Mill while also helping to preserve one of its signature features.
As any homeowner knows, a frost can be a killer when it comes to plants.
Fall colors are expected to peak throughout Ohio in the next few weeks, according to the Forestry Department.