Firefighters protected neighboring houses, but let the vacant structure burn.
J.D. Williams will face Mauro Cantalamessa in the November election.
National Night Out promotes crime and drug prevention programs, such as neighborhood watch groups, local businesses and law enforcement.
With the help of United Way, Huntington Bank is giving away 15,000 backpacks across its 11 markets.
Voters have defeated the charter amendment three times, with the most recent defeat in the May primary.
The Fitness Challenge will include lessons on meal planning, cooking, gardening and nutrition, plus twice-a-week physical education sessions…
The maker of Budweiser beer will have to pay nearly $100,000 in fines.
The house was badly damaged in what police are calling an act of arson by the resident’s ex-boyfriend.
LeBron James helped re-build an Akron home Monday.
Patrons who eat at area Bob Evans restaurants until 7 p.m. tonight will have 15 percent of their bill donated to Akron Children’s Hospital M…
A federal judge sentenced Lupo Tuesday after he pleaded guilty in March to dumping chemicals into the Mahoning River.
Police have arrested someone in the brutal stabbing of an elderly Sharon woman.
A spokesperson was not sure of the cause.
A judge labeled the man a career offender.
A spokesman for the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh said one incident in the allegation happened in Lawrence Co. and another in Allegheny Co.
On Aug. 9, 1974, Richard Nixon became the only president to resign. A look at the Watergate affair.
Nursing changes could mean job cuts at ValleyCare Trumbull Memorial Hospital in Warren.
The new racino in Austintown will be open sooner than first expected.
Police confirmed a man was shot multiple times late Monday into early Tuesday.
The new requirements focus on chemical fertilizer runoff on farmlands in an effort to stop toxic algae in lakes around the state.