The regulations require drillers to identify schools or playgrounds near wells, and if water supplies are damaged drillers will have to fix …
Britain voted to leave the European Union after a bitterly divisive referendum campaign – Prime Minister resigns.
The ride-hailing service that allows smartphone users to get a ride started operating in the Youngstown area Thursday night.
The Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport held a Chamber of Commerce mixer to encourage people to take the new flights, starting July 1.
The Mill Creek tournament is one of 15 national events in the American College Development Solutions Junior All-Star Series.
Barnes & Noble is turning to an age-old partnership to help it revive its business: literature and alcohol.
Lewandowski may be limited in what he can say on the air.
Yuengling says the agreement strengthens its environmental protocols.
A prosecutor says state police were justified in fatally shooting a retired trooper who killed two people during a botched robbery.
Officers said they found a one-pot methamphetamine lab with acid gas generators and chemicals used to make the drug.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio sued the city on behalf of two groups planning convention protests and marches.
MyValleyTributes death records.
A 9-year-old Kentucky boy is credited for saving a toddler who fell into a lake.
Elnora G. “Ellie” Guth, 86, passed away peacefully at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, June 23, 2016.
While the wedding venue might seem out of the ordinary to most people, it’s not surprising for those who know Dale and Barbara Six.
10 people were polled in at a busy shopping center.
The prosecutor told 24 Hour News 8 that he has not ruled using a parrot who allegedly witnessed the murder as evidence.
Moore escaped jail before, according to the sheriff’s department.
NBA draft opened with three straight freshmen.
Laurie Karasiewicz-Fuzo, of Cortland, said she was inside Jack Casino when the shooting happened just outside.
The fire chief said the driver was making a left turn onto Market Street from Shields Road.
With more than 25,000 packing a small downtown area, James was celebrated as a hometown hero on Thursday night in Akron.