News of the settlement comes two days after a white police officer was acquitted of manslaughter for firing the final 15 rounds on two black…
People were able to purchase flights on the renamed “City of Port Clinton” over the holiday weekend.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
The state of Ohio will pay about $1.2 billion over the life of a 35-year agreement to build and maintain the Southern Ohio Veterans Memorial…
Duda’s win is a serious warning for the ruling pro-EU government, in power since 2007, before fall parliamentary elections.
Businesses and individuals are turning to dollars even as the anti-American rhetoric of the socialist administration grows more strident.
Thomas Sankara’s death at 37 in October 1987 after a coup staged by his once best friend Blaise Compaore has remained shrouded in secrecy.
An official said the attack started before dawn on Monday when the insurgents overran multiple police checkpoints across the district.
The 42 men died Friday during a three-hour gun battle on a ranch in Michoacan state.
Workers’ rights are a hot-button issue for World Cup organizer FIFA.
The allegations come days after a public viewing in Las Vegas drew more than 1,000 fans and mourners and a weekend family-and-friends memori…
Neighbors in the area think it might be a 6-foot to 8-foot python.
As Korean and Vietnam-era veterans age, not enough Iraq and Afghanistan veterans are joining to replace them.
The Girard Veterans Council helps decorate the graves of deceased veterans with flags each year.
Paul Rossi, former Canfield High School band director, was the grand marshal and featured speaker for the event
Photos of Memorial Day festivities happening around the Valley.
The entire project cost more than $23,000.
Mercer County celebrated Memorial Day with its annual Mercer Memorial Day 500.
Vince Poluse, 95, is the only veteran from his Army regiment still living.
Veterans will be able to live in the house free of charge when it’s done.
Tommy R. Butler III, 24, of Sixth Street, is charged with felonious assault, according to Campbell police.
Bert Dawson has been Columbiana County engineer since 1969, making him the longest-serving elected public official in Ohio.