100 people turned out to this picnic in an effort to stop the honking harassment.
There is a new plan to fight blight in Youngstown.
The wind and waves on Mosquito Lake prove to be too much for one boater.
It’s all part of a national effort aimed at safely disposing controlled substances.
A Canfield couple have been collecting the amusement park artifacts for years.
Charter One Bank in Girard was robbed Saturday morning.
More budget cuts may be coming to the cash-strapped School District of Philadelphia.
A sport utility vehicle abandoned on railroad tracks was struck by a regional commuter train in suburban Philadelphia.
Investigation continues after a bomb went off at a Beaver County home in Pennsylvania.
Beulah Park was founded in 1923. Its last day of racing is scheduled May 3, with the annual Derby Day celebration.
Lake Erie anglers should have a variety of sport fishing opportunities this year.
“Big data is everywhere.”
President Barack Obama is again encouraging Congress to pass a bill raising the minimum raise to $10.10 an hour.
The high school prom at a Connecticut school has been postponed indefinitely.
Brandon Moore was tried as an adult and convicted by a jury in the 2001 armed kidnapping, robbery and gang rape of a 21-year-old woman.
Many Ohio vineyard owners are quickly learning their crops didn’t make, and some even lost their vines.
Homemade bombs have rattled a small Columbiana County community, especially after law enforcement found out who was behind the bombs.
The Cafaro Foundation has awarded St. Patrick school in Hubbard a $100,000 grant.
A pep rally was held Friday in at West Elementary School in Boardman to get students excited for the Ohio Achievement tests.
The White team scored five touchdowns in the first half and rushed for 323 yards in a 48-13 victory in the 42nd Annual Red-White Spring Game…