The Beatitude House serves disadvantaged women and children across the Valley.
Boston is among the first cities in New England to institute gender-neutral restrooms in their city halls.
“After I shaved him bald, I told him that if things continued I would get more creative with each cut,” said Fredrick.
There’s probable cause to charge rookie officer Timothy Loehmann and his partner, Frank Garmback in the death of Tamir Rice.
The woman has had at least 33 Oklahoma Department of Human Services referrals and investigations, according to police.
The shooting occurred after officers responded to calls about a violent disturbance at Gibson Park.
The boy’s mother run out of an apartment carrying her son and screaming into a phone that he had shot himself in the chest.
James Swartz’ donation will create the Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship to focus on entrepreneurial efforts at the university.
Estimates show legalization would create 34,791 jobs in Ohio representing $1.6 billion in labor income.
Three men were indicted Wednesday in Geauga County on charges of aggravated murder and conspiracy to commit aggravated murder.
Photos of the weather from around the area.
Prade spent nearly 15 years in prison before being freed in January 2013 by Common Pleas Judge Judy Hunter, who has since retired.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Christopher Frank Carandini Lee, who was born in London on May 27, 1922, passed away on June 7 at age 93.
Construction on the 7,000-square foot Veterans Center is expected to be finished by Veterans Day on Nov. 11.
Mahoning County Commissioners announced the project Thursday.
Frederick Dengg had filed a complaint against Warren Police Detective David Weber after he was arrested in April.
Carla Higgins arrived after a riot at the scene of a murder on Winona Drive in August.
A grand jury indicted Seman Thursday, charging that he murdered three people by burning down their house.
William Toth is accused of raping a relative in 2001 when the girl was 9 years old.
Elijah Lashley fled to Baltimore after the alleged crime and was arrested the following day by U.S. Marshals.
Virgil Runnels, known by fans as Dusty Rhodes, went by the nickname “The American Dream.”