In January, the Iron Soup Historical Preservation group finished renovations on an apartment in Campbell.
The Columbiana Recorder is offering information to residents about deed notices and companies trying to sell them.
Low levels of donated blood have the American Red Cross declaring a blood emergency.
Crews responded to Seaborn Elementary school on reports of an odor in the building.
The Regional Chamber expects 15,000 credentialed media and 50,000 visitors that will be attending the July convention in Cleveland.
The former second grade teacher was found guilty on more than 40 charges involving sexual contact with children, including students.
Mahoning County Health Commissioner Pat Sweeney also provided an update on drinking fountains in the Sebring School District.
U.S. senators are applying pressure on the FDA to speed up its work on approving more than 3,500 new generic prescription drugs.
Prosecutors say Seeds used the PTA’s debit card to buy fuel, groceries and clothes over a two-year period.
Police believe that someone failed to yield, which led to the crash.
The car went into the woods, hitting several trees.
Global sales rose 5 percent to 6.6 million for the year.
A police report says the two boys and a third agreed to play pranks on each other during a sleepover.
Jurors in northwestern Ohio have failed to reach a verdict in the case of a man accused of killing a 19-year-old woman in 1982.
Officers on patrol noticed the break around 3:30 a.m. Thursday on Market Street, near Iowa Avenue.
As a memorial service is planned for Thursday to honor the lives lost on the1986 Challenger flight.
Six people are dead following an apparent murder-suicide in the Deep Creek section of Chesapeake, Virginia.
A search of the vehicle revealed 10 bottles of liquid codeine, worth $6,000, and five fraudulent prescriptions.
Republican Congressman Bill Johnson said he holding off on the “finger-pointing.”
Canfield Senior Jacob Esarco has verbally committed to play college football at Colgate in the Patriot League.