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A Hartville delivery truck hauling salad dressing turned over on its side in an accident Wednesday morning in Berlin Center, Oh.
Groundbreaking is scheduled Wednesday for a compressed natural gas fueling station in Trumbull County.
Another earthquake hit the Valley bringing the total this week up to 5.
Our team coverage continues this morning as we prepare for yet another blast of winter.
Find out how eating ice cream can be one form of a diet.
A firefighter was injured battling a fire in Boardman early Wednesday morning.
Lordstown senior Sarah Cash was named 3rd Team All-Ohio in Division IV.
Officials say 78,925 Ohioans have signed up for coverage ahead of the March 31 open enrollment deadline.
With the Democratic primary just three weeks away, Vincent Gray is trying to convince voters in the nation’s capital that he didn’t do anyth…
Martha Shoffner was arrested in May when FBI agents raided her home in Newport, finding $6,000 that was delivered in a pie box by bond deale…
Farrell held off Uniontown 86-72 in overtime in the Second Round of the PIAA Class AAA State Playoffs.
Two days after police arrived to subdue the 4-year-old part-Himalayan cat, owner Lee Palmer of Portland said he’s taking the feline to a vet…
Ursuline sophomore Tanaya Beachum was honored with 1st Team All-Ohio status in Division III.
WKBN First News has uncovered that the owners are behind on paying the county bed tax.
With interest in things Franciscan at an all-time high, the friars who run the San Francesco a Ripa church in Rome’s Trastevere neighborhood…
The attacks came one day after a student leader was shot to death by unidentified attackers in the western city of San Cristobal.
The developments suggest confusion at the highest level over where the plane might be.
A sold-out fundraising celebration at Doris Day’s Cypress Inn will include a doggie fashion show, adoption event and an April 4 tribute dinn…
Joseph and Beatrice Levels of Diamond have been married for 70 years.