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The three-judge panel in Denver ruled 2-1 that states cannot deprive people of the fundamental right to marry simply because they choose a p…
The Columbus Dispatch reported that the 60 are likely principals, assistant principals and other administrators in Ohio’s largest school dis…
Now that both homosexual and heterosexual couples can marry, the county is limiting benefits only to spouses of employees.
Niles, OH (WKBN)- The Scrappers got off to a good start in Game One Wednesday, scoring all five runs in the first two innings of a 5-0 shuto…
The company, based in Cincinnati, is the nation’s largest provider of drugs and pharmacy services to skilled-nursing facilities
BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) — The construction zone on Route 224 at Interstate 680 has created headaches for many motorists, trying to get where t…
The discovery was made at the Tri-County Industries, Inc. facility in Pine Township on Wednesday afternoon.
Everything you ever wanted to know about each first round draft pick that the Cavs have made.
The grant is dedicated to bolstering the Chamber’s economic development efforts in Trumbull County, according to a news release from the Caf…
After several hours of deliberations, a jury found Lavelle Stanley, 24, guilty Wednesday.
A garbage truck got stuck underneath a bridge trestle used for a railroad line.
Christopher Miller was found guilty of tampering with evidence, but the jury was unable to reach a verdict on a murder charge.
Job seekers grow frustrated as they try to land that perfect job.
An Ohio Dept. of Job and Family Services employee in Mahoning County is awaiting potential punishment after the investigation.
General Motors Co. is recalling more than 29,000 Chevrolet Cruze compact cars because metal parts in the air bag assemblies can hit the driv…
Land close to the racino in Austintown is up for bid. An auction is set for the prime parcel of land.
At least one local farmer said his crop of summer berries is doing just fine despite all the rain over the last few days.
With more than three inches of rain falling across the area the last several days, basement flooding is becoming a serious problem.
A date has been set for the swearing-in of a new Mahoning County Probate judge.