Yan Gomes homered and Michael Brantley made his season debut with a pinch-hit appearance in the eighth inning for the Indians.
Boardman blanked Warren Harding 9-0 in high school baseball action Monday afternoon.
A prayer vigil is planned following a shooting in a suburban Philadelphia church during Sunday services that killed one church member.
Close to 50 coaching and advising positions will up for grabs in the Boardman School District at the end of the year.
The Cardinal Mooney girls lacrosse team got the best of Canfield 13-4 on Monday thanks to a big night offensively.
Michael McDonough won his 4th game of the season as Crestview now sits at 13-2.
Fleury said Monday the concussion is one of the toughest things he’s been through.
The NBA says Reggie Jackson was not fouled on the final play of Detroit’s loss to Cleveland.
A man who alleges he was sexually abused by former House Speaker Dennis Hastert said he wasn’t paid the money he was promised to stay quiet.
The Browns signed wide receiver Saalim Hakim after he had an impressive tryout last week in their voluntary minicamp.
Carrasco got hurt while covering first base in the third inning of his start Sunday in Detroit.
Nineteen people reported bacterial illnesses in several states including Ohio. One person died in Michigan.
Trailside Bicycle Company and the Mill Creek MetroParks have entered into a lease agreement to offer hourly and daily bike rentals.
Fitch’s Jared Kapturasky threw 53 strikes among his 73 pitches this evening.
Jordyn Kenneally threw a 2-hitter as she improved to 11-3 on the season.
The family tree of the eight Piketon relatives, who were shot and killed “execution style” on Friday, has been released.
Bob Evans Farms, Inc. is closing 27 of its Bob Evans Restaurants it says are underperforming.
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force will be conducting two sobriety checkpoints the weekend of April 29 through May 1.
Building on 38 years of success with the Warren Flea and Farmer’s Market, its owners are now looking to promote entrepreneurship.
Dellick will stay at the Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic, where he will receive in-house drug treatment and be able to attend school.