A Canfield business partnered with two families to raises awareness about pancreatic cancer.
Youngstown police were called Sunday to East Midlothian and Southern Boulevard after the city’s shot-spotter device detected gunfire.
A series of explosions in Baghdad killed at least five people and wounded nearly 20 on Sunday, including a bombing claimed by the Islamic St…
The president of Penn State University says he will review the Freeh Report, a document regarding the school’s response to the Jerry Sandusk…
Transportation workers have finished a plan to add a third lane to both directions along much of the Ohio Turnpike.
Two young men chased the suspect down and held him down until police arrived.
Dozens of people who have lost loved ones to suicide gathered at Victory Christian Center in Warren.
Facing criminal charges in the deadliest U.S. coal mine disaster in four decades, ex-coal baron Don Blankenship has fallen silent for the fi…
Workers found the documents in the Summit County courthouse attic.
A local author is donating half of the proceeds from his book to the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley.
A local agency is helping residents navigate through open enrollment for the health care exchange.
New tables will let anyone who uses a wheelchair have access the community gardens.
Shoppers at Wal-Mart were invited to fill a cruiser with food.
YSU hosts the program to give students a chance to checkout the marching band.
Turkey production is at its lowest level in nearly three decades and wholesale prices are at an all-time high.
Several emergency crews responded to the area.
When firefighters got there, smoke was showing, and they quickly extinguished the flames.
New research shows that sugary sodas can lead to DNA damage.
The report shows 68 percent of Ohio college students graduate with at least some type of debt and the average debt is $29,000.
The event on Sunday is expected to draw more than 60 cyclists, which is enough to fill two classes that day.
Organizers said the event is a chance to celebrate the donors in the community that do so much.
So far, the groups have raised more than $12,000 in cash and $10,000 worth of food items.