The new football franchise will have cheerleaders along the sidelines.
Students, parents and residents got to tour the building on Saturday.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Dwayne Bowe and Duke Johnson finally got off their bikes and into the huddle.
Starling Marte’s solo home run in the ninth inning, lifting the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants.
Paladin Brewing is starting with four beers to choose from.
After only four starts, Yankees manager Joe Girardi thinks it’s too soon to say if Luis Severino is ready for the rigors of a playoff run.
Johnson is being remembered as a brilliant strategist for the party.
One Democrat and two Republicans have said they are going to run for the seat.
Law enforcement will be vigilant in enforcing the drinking and driving laws throughout the county.
Officer Christner had just been honored recently for 10 years of service as a borough policeman.
Coach Pat McClearn has posted a winning percentage of 58% in his 10 years in Mercer.
Reynolds returns 22 letter winners from last year’s 3-7 bunch.
Police said the minivan swerved into the southbound lane and collided with a sport utility vehicle.
State police said a 68-year-old Dalton man crashed his sport utility vehicle into a utility pole Friday morning.
A Wake Forest police department spokesman says officers responded to Rushton’s home Friday night.
The affidavit says the cameras were near the three victims and appeared connected to one or more of the computers.
In the wake of the spill, it has typically taken days to get any detailed response from the agency, if at all.
City Church said Acosta will remain on leave from his pastoral duties while the legal process continues.
State Police say the trooper, Daryl Brackett, knew that Hall was wanted on a theft warrant.
The U.S. Supreme Court found in 1984 that the NCAA was illegally limiting the number of televised football games.
Three Americans, a British passenger and a French passenger were involved in the action to wrestle the man to the ground.