Directors say the area where the chunk of concrete fell from was repaired a couple of decades ago and may have worn out because of recent ha…
A prayer service was held Wednesday at the Ursuline Motherhouse in Canfield to remember Shori.
The faces on U.S. currency have changed very little since the $1 and $2 notes were first issued in 1862.
The woman first told police that she fell down the stairs, then later admitted her boyfriend hit her.
Law enforcement officers seized over $34,000 in cocaine, crack cocaine and heroin valued at $1,800 and $35,000 in cash after conducting five…
Tickets for the fair will go on sale Monday, June 6 at the fair’s website.
The announcement is expected to provide details on other changes being made to the $20, $10 and $5 bills.
Deputies say the Vermilion Township boy was trying to perform an experiment called Jacob’s Ladder involving a high-voltage traveling arc of …
The “Big Dipper Food Company,” which sells items like popcorn and peanuts, would use the building for packaging and distribution during a fo…
The Columbine High School massacre took place on April 20, 1999. Students Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold shot and killed 12 classmates and on…
Members of Youngstown’s Board of Control approved more than $4 million in contracts to take over residential garbage pickup beginning May 2.
The need for dental hygienists is growing 23 percent and the average salary is over $55,000 a year.
Congressman Tim Ryan says Claudia Hoerig could soon return to the U.S. for prosecution.
The former East Cleveland detective previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy.
Twenty-four-year-old Alexander Delap was sentenced on Tuesday to 10 years behind bars.
The event will be held at YSU’s Williamson College of Business Administration from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
The Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalists and Dr. Stan Gehrt will host the event.
Carrie Davis with the League of Women Voters of Ohio said Ohio voter turnout has been on the decline.
The Put A Lid On It campaign will distribute the helmets to local organizations across the state.
Rodriguez is facing nine counts of felonious assault and domestic violence charges.
City workers say they feel threatened by a man who they say has been stalking the Administration Building.
The Boardman Fire Department identified the man who died in the fire and his wife who was rescued.