Anthony “Tony” Mickler, 56, passed away November 4.
Joseph Milan Valentich, 83, died November 4
The law allows ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft to operate legally in the state.
Steven J. Bagnoli, 58, passed away November 4
Shannon Pavlansky-Wojtowicz was convicted of having sex with three students last year.
In their fourth year under Francona, the Indians won their first AL Central title since 2007.
Timothy Ward Page died November 4
Wanda Jean Priester, 78, died November 4
The University of Virginia administrator sued the magazine for an article about a gang rape at a fraternity house.
Robert David (Bob) Szanny, died November 4
The servicemen were killed while fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan’s Kunduz province, according to NATO.
The BBB says the company holding the seminar 163 complaints filed against it in the past 3-year period.
Jones said Donald Trump would seriously harm the economy and that he “exhibits deeply concerning behavior toward women.”
We all know a lot about Donald Trump, but what about his family?
Youngstown Police Chief Robin Lees says his department had been shorthanded when it came to solving crimes.
Samsung is the South Korean company that last month was forced to recall millions of its of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones.
Nick Mastoris, Sr. passed away November 4
Obama extended the invitation last June, after the Cavaliers won the 2016 NBA title.
Amy Wydick, 46 died unexpectedly November 4
A witness said Chamizo made an improper lane change, causing the accident that killed a Boardman man.
The Youngstown Water Department said that the water line has been repaired.
There still are undecided voters out there, and they’re not just people who’ve buried their heads in the sand.