The local Board of Education challenged the measure as unconstitutional, but Humphries said it is time to move forward.
Finding substitute bus drivers has been a challenge for a number of local school districts.
City officials and school administrators gathered to learn about applying for state grants through the Safe Routes To School program.
The park police said they are looking for the man who owns the larger dog, which had a green collar marked, “Tyson.”
Crews expected that the garage bays would be leveled by the end of the day on Wednesday.
Greg Cizmar said his smaller campaign lawn signs are gone, and only the metal stands remain.
A hearing will be held November 16 through 18 to determine if a teen accused of killing an elderly Niles woman will be tried as an adult.
Pumpkins from around the world.
Both Sanders and Clinton were looking to build Wednesday on their strong Democratic presidential debate performances as the rest of the fiel…
Neither baby spinach nor any other salads, are included in the recall, Dole said in a press release.
A Connecticut jury has rejected a woman’s bid to sue her 12-year-old nephew.
The Columbus and Cleveland areas have been experiencing bed bug problems as of late.
A new study says compulsive texting could be hurting teen girls’ grades.
Miller’s bankruptcy and defense attorneys didn’t immediately return calls Wednesday.
The contract between Delphi and the union ended Monday, but workers are still on the job.
Police found the victim January 21 inside his home on Youngstown’s west side.
DeLuca said that he had not heard back from Lamar as of Wednesday morning.
Medical staff on the scene reported that the bus hit the truck near the intersection of Tibbetts Wick Rd.
There’s more damage inside than outside the home.
They’re circulating a surveillance photo.
There’s a committee hearing on the bill on Wednesday.
Ticket prices will go up as the jackpot goes up at the Austintown pub