The message of Thursday’s pep rally was that a few bad apples don’t ruin the whole bunch.
The hospitals had an agreement to merge in February, but a labor dispute forced it to be called off.
The Gatta Group plans to renovate the building into 18 apartments on the upper floor and a restaurant and brew pub on the first floor.
Brian Spinks is facing charges of assault, resisting arrest and obstructing justice.
Police said they found child pornography on the man’s computer during a search.
A mother and son in New Castle will spend Christmas in a new home thanks to some hard-working volunteers.
The female suspect in the case had escaped from St. Elizabeth Health Center prior to her arrest.
Ninety percent of the bargaining unit’s 296 members took part in the voting with 238 voting against the proposal.
Hubbard police saved a woman who they say was being strangled by her ex-boyfriend when they arrived.
Several road signs were stolen in Trumbull County which made for unsafe driving along a Bloomfield Township road.
Northside Medical Center’s Emergency Department has seen a 25 percent increase in patients over the past few weeks, many because of the flu.
The statistics show a number of interesting trends in graduation rates at Nebraska and YSU.
Fresh, table ready lettuce is growing all year long at an urban garden in Youngstown.
Experts in the oil industry say plummeting gas prices have consequences.
BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) – A group of people got a special present Thursday – the gift of hearing. The Centers for Hearing care fitted about 28…
An Ursuline cheerleader who fell ill during a basketball game is recovering after receiving a defibrillator.
Authorities say a man faked a heart attack inside a Florida Wal-Mart store so his friend could steal toys.
The furry guy checks out a stuffed Santa and then knocks him to the ground.
As of noon, crews have partially restored power.
Troopers said the driver of a minivan caused the accident.