The police department’s new K9 officer, Chester, will start training on Monday.
The leadership of Canfield’s senior class will carry the Cardinals into the 2016 season.
Poland lost three key contributors from last year’s Final Four team.
Boardman’s pitching staff appears to be a real strength as they seek to duplicate their success from 2015.
The Miami Heat never trailed in beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 122-101 on Saturday night.
The goal is to teach them about addiction, and provide them with tools and resources to help their loved ones.
YSU advances to the semifinals of the WBI tournament after topping UMBC 67-48 Saturday afternoon.
Scammers are sending out emails and texts aimed at collecting personal information.
Nearly 1,200 gymnasts gathered in Niles this weekend for the USA Gymnastics State Meet.
Novak Djokovic continued his recent mastery of Rafael Nadal on hard courts.
A person familiar with the situation says free-agent quarterback Robert Griffin III visited the Cleveland Browns.
The Pittsburgh Penguins pushed past Philadelphia 4-1 and is now six points ahead of Philadelphia for a playoff spot.
The game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and Minnesota Twins has been rained out.
OSP warns motorists not to drink and drive, and says they should make plans to get home safely.
The governor would not confirm media reports that the suicide bomber may have been an Islamic State militant.
The grocery store will be open for its final day on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The event raises money for the Humane Society and is an opportunity to give back to the animals.
Crossroads Church is working with the international organization Feed the Children to distribute boxes of food and essentials.
The accident occurred just before 12:30 p.m. on Sodom Hutchings Road, south of State Route 82.
If the hydrants are not flushed, the water lines could get clogged with buildup and cause problems.
Police said a man blocked the path of the judge and two others, asked for money and then hit the judge in the face.