Leaders in some local communities have sought to discourage the traffic-blocking tactics.
Police are warning residents after an alarming number of suspected opiate overdoses were reported in east Columbus on Sunday.
One ramp could be finished 300 days ahead of schedule.
Vienna Township kicked off its free Sunday concert series at the gazebo.
Within the last four years, 11 casinos and racinos have opened in Ohio.
Close to $500,000 in federal funding is headed to Ohio to help combat the Zika virus.
The S.C.O.P.E. building in Niles will be closed Monday due to a water main break.
Youngstown State University’s class of 1966 met Sunday for a 50 year class reunion.
The 13th annual Hermitage Festival of the Arts wrapped up this weekend.
The heroin epidemic is hitting Trumbull County hard, so the county is doubling down by investing in recovery.
Some very special guests were in attendance for the service held at Second Baptist Church in Warren Sunday morning.
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church’s annual Greek Summerfest occurred all weekend long.
All American Cards and Comics held a multi-genre entertainment and comic convention in Warren.
Sharon, Pennsylvania is experiencing a record amount of fires this year.
Paramedics found that the man had been shot multiple times, and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
The 14-year-old youth from the Pittsburgh area was reportedly with a family at a picnic in Butler County’s Clay Township.
Media outlets report 22-year-old Jonathan Gibbs of East Liverpool, Ohio, was arrested Saturday in Charleston.
The woman, who is in her 70s, sustained second- and third-degree burns over 50 percent of her body.
The blaze was contained by the building’s automatic sprinkler system and prevented the flames from reaching chemicals.
During their working years, women tend to earn less than men, and when they retire, they’re more likely to live in poverty.
Police say three people were killed in a Cleveland crash after a speeding driver lost control of his car and hit a tree.
The House’s revenue plan revolves around a $1 per-pack cigarette tax increase and an expansion of casino-style gambling.