It was an emotional night in Wellsville as Lt. Ed Wilson was sworn in as chief of the Wellsville Police Department.
The Cortland City council meeting Monday night could have been billed as an evening of change. A new mayor and three council members were sw…
FDA drug approvals are considered a barometer of industry innovation and the government’s efficiency in reviewing new therapies.
There was no winner Wednesday night for the $500 million jackpot.
Police released Tuesday the identity of a body found lying next to the Save-A-Lot grocery store in Hubbard.
See the latest on President Barack Obama’s executive actions to tighten gun control in the United States.
People who filed income taxes in Youngstown and Girard during or before June 2012 could be victims of a security breach.
The Senate is holding a regular session day Tuesday and the House is in a non-voting session.
Two women from New York were arrested in Boardman after they tried to purchase cell phones under a stolen identity.
A bankruptcy trustee is auctioning a lottery ticket that will pay $1,000 a month — until a 73-year-old southwestern Michigan man dies.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally is working to get a new business in the store front.
The company had argued that it wasn’t required to pay employees for short breaks.
The CDC said men are less likely to get HPV cancers, but are likely to spread it.
A total of 38 citations were issued to the owners of several buildings, and 90 percent of those issues were corrected.
Charges were filed against a Beloit man after police say he took several vehicles over two counties.
The Leetonia Bears girls basketball team beat the Crestview Rebels.
The FBI already has national databases for crimes like murder and rape. Now, law enforcement will track animal cruelty as well.
Many districts, like Boardman Local Schools, use diesel engine buses, and they need engine heaters to get going.
Immediately after her husband’s death, Darlene stayed away from dollhouses and miniatures. Then, 15 years ago, she made it her passion.
On the first day of trading of 2016, stock markets slid, and the Nasdaq was off to its worst start since 2001.