The rates that most people pay for mortgages, auto loans or college tuition aren’t expected to jump anytime soon.
The Fed said in a statement after its latest meeting that it was lifting its key rate by a quarter-point to a range of 0.25 percent to 0.5 p…
Officials appealed for calm as small crowds protested along streets lined with police officers.
The YSU Board of Trustees approved the appointment at its regular meeting on Wednesday.
Dealers say they think sales will keep growing over the next few years.
The day out came courtesy of Drop in the Bucket Foundation.
Talmer Bank and Trust made a check presentation Wednesday during the YSU women’s basketball game for $5,000 to the program.
No snow means no skiing for many ski resorts in the area.
In all, the GOP has 11 contenders hoping to be on the ballot this May.
The board must choose a teacher within two days.
The mission says that 1,200 kids have registered, but they only have enough toys for 400 children.
Second Harvest Food Bank is planning on launching a new site.
The tree-decorating tradition started out as a fun event for members of Mill Creek Park’s staff and later expanded to non-profits in the Mah…
The $10 million project started in March and will open January 1.
Seman’s appearance Wednesday marked the first time in a long time that Seman appeared in street clothes.
The group “Monitoring the Future” released their findings Wednesday.
“I didn’t have enough (rules), and that’s where I made my big mistake,” Naismith said.
The fire started around 11 a.m. Wednesday at a house on West Laclede Avenue.
The thin, lightweight glass on your smartphone could soon be found on your car.
Pittsburgh’s police chief is behind the move.
Todd Snitchler says profit guarantees for FirstEnergy and AEP Ohio are bad for consumers.
Police say an open bottle of vodka was found next to the driver’s seat.