Investigators said the treasurer has worked for the township for over 10 years.
Youngstown police believe a stolen vehicle was set on fire outside of an abandoned house.
Police are searching for a man who broke into a cell phone store in Boardman and may be responsible for other break-ins.
A water line break earlier in the week led to the boil alert.
Canfield police confirmed that they will have extra patrols as the school for the rest of the week.
The fire in Stamford killed 7-year-old twins Grace and Sarah Badger, 9-year-old Lily Badger and their maternal grandparents, Lomer and Pauli…
Working out of borrowed offices, surviving staff published an unprecedented print run of 3 million copies, more than 50 times the usual circ…
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Cabinet endorsed a nearly $42 billion defense budget for the year beginning in April.
Wahlberg wants to be officially cleared of a 1988 incident in which he hit a Vietnamese man in the head with a wooden stick while trying to …
About 75 fans greeted the Buckeyes when they arrived at a Columbus airport, fresh off a 42-20 victory over Oregon.
The plant is expected to open in May of 2018.
The Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport reported a 38 percent increase in passengers last year.
The all-new Raptor starts with a purpose-built frame, that is the strongest in the F-150 lineup,
Technology is playing a big part in shaping the auto industry’s future.
AT&T is blaming broken steam and water pipes at one of its switching facilities in Akron for the outage.
A grand jury indictment identifies the accused man as Michael R. Hoyt, a resident of Cincinnati.
At one point, thick black smoke could be seen for miles.
Goshen Township Police said after the recording, Douglas Miner made several photos from the video.
Union officials say Sears Holdings is expected to add positions at the Perkins Jones Road facility.
Prosecutors said the couple had been using the old Firestone home on Lipply Road near Pine Lake to do drugs when they decided to set fire to…
Taxpayers in the Buckeye State are getting calls telling them to pay up – or face the ire of the IRS.
Animal advocates want to see laws setting strict guidelines for animals kept outside.