Joe Schilling says his father started the business, but the restaurant has not party affiliation.
The cause of Clock’s medical issue and his condition are not clear.
Councilman R. Daniel Lavelle says the bill would make it difficult for employers to uncover a drug violation through a court records search.
Maj. Bruce Cooper was able to guide them back toward shore.
UT Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek believes the university takes sexual assault seriously.
Authorities have asked to hold off on a court hearing set for Tuesday over the FBI’s demand for Apple to help unlock an encrypted iPhone.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
Brookfield returns a bevy of experienced players in 2016.
Coach Alejars has a winning percentage at his alma mater of 65.7% in three seasons.
After a 19-6 season last year, coach Yauger begins year #2.
He serves as the program’s recruiting coordinator and is responsible for opponent scouting, on-court coaching and helps oversee the academic…
Senior Mike Jones is back after accumulating an 8-3 mark on the hill.
The Lawrence County Economic Development Corp.’s Board of Directors said the proposed deal with Velfera was too risky.
Campbell Police Chief Drew Rauzan said police can charge you if you have a prescription that is not in your name.
Twitter has been especially big as part of the 2016 U.S. presidential race.
The Down Syndrome Association of the Valley has been holding events since Saturday to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day.
Gibbs was arrested at her home on Sunday on a warrant for aggravated assault and recklessly endangering another person.
Investigators determined that a man who drowned Saturday after the kayak he was in capsized was not wearing a life jacket.
When police searched the house they found drugs and a marijuana growing operation.
The charge surrounds an incident where a firearm was found in a motel room where Dellick was staying.
Police checked vehicles Saturday night along Belmont Ave. in Youngstown
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine Monday rejected a proposal to legalize marijuana for medical and industrial use in the state.