Six years into his presidency, President Barack Obama is sending Congress a budget that for once does not herald a partisan legislative show…
Democratic candidates for Pennsylvania governor squared off Friday night for their first debate since the release of polls showing Tom Wolf …
Investigators in western Pennsylvania say nearly 15 pounds of pure, uncut heroin was seized from the Pennsylvania Turnpike in western Pennsy…
A national fraternity organization says it’s cooperating with an investigation into hazing allegations at a university in northeastern Ohio.
One man was injured late Friday when his house caught fire.
Ohio is turning 211 years old with this year’s Statehood Day celebration.
The Ohio Department of Transportation may end up using nearly twice as much road salt this season as it typically requires for an average wi…
The Lisbon Boys’ Basketball team broke the record for most wins in a season with 20, with a 52-30 win over Southern in the Division III Sect…
West Branch Senior Logan Sharp will compete in the OHSAA State Wrestling Finals on Saturday.
The West Branch girls won the Division II District Title with a 47-42 win over Struthers Friday night.
The former lead singer of the rock group Hootie and the Blowfish performed at the Covelli Centre Friday night.
Campbell topped East Palestine 65-48 in the Division IV Sectionals Friday night.
Girard topped Liberty 62-33 in the Division III Sectional Finals Friday night.
Rich Center for Autism and Angels for Animals were two charities receiving goodwill from another this evening.
Students in Columbiana County used art to show how they see drugs and alcohol and the consequences of drinking and using drugs.
For the first time ever, the staff at the Park Vista Retirement Center held a chili cook off.
A man accused of stealing candy from a truck stop in Trumbull County turned himself in to police.
Nick Ballone led the Rockets to the districts behind his 26 points.
On a cold Friday night, more than two dozen people showed their best dance moves inside a local school to support a Youth Ministry program.
Land banks in Mahoning and Trumbull counties received $4.2 and $3.2 million respectively to tear down blighted properties.