The nations hope to re-establish embassies and post ambassadors to each other’s capitals.
Niles is trying to emerge from a state-imposed fiscal emergency, and the cuts were expected to save the city thousands of dollars.
Cavs won their fourth straight.
Belichick no longer gets the benefit of the doubt among fans and those in football circles.
Police said the slick roads may have led to the accident.
Hall of Famers Cris Carter and Michael Irvin chose sides on Wednesday night.
Michael Naples, Jr. will take the helm for the department beginning Feb. 1.
Hyundai blamed foreign exchange rates.
Youngstown City Council approved a new firefighters union contract that includes a pay raise.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally is proposing a new whistle-blower policy to protect employees at City Hall.
The money will help move students from consistently under-performing public schools to private schools.
The Ohio School Facilities Commission told the district enrollment would go down by several hundred students over the next few years.
Critics are taking potshots at “American sniper” over a plastic doll.
Officials say up to 2,100 surgery patients may have been at risk.
With the dashboard camera in their cruiser rolling, police pulled a Jaguar over for running a stop sign on a dark New Jersey night.
A Trumbull County grand jury indicted a suspect in the brutal murder of an elderly Warren man.
An eighteen-year-old student of one school has four welding job opportunities.
The Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber wants to form a local military affairs commission to help advocate the Vienna Air Reserve Station.
Safety and security was the top priority for the first meeting of the South Avenue Business Association.
Schools consider digital blueprints of buildings to help law enforcement in the event of an emergency.