The Pa. House voted for a bill that would close all 600 state liquor stores and create 1,200 permits to sell wine and liquor.
Bristol will be led by Alex Jones into the upcoming season.
Tommy Hall is back for his senior season after averaging 15 points per game last winter.
Coach Mark Mollohan saw success at each level last year – varsity and junior varsity. The Mustangs appear to be on the rise once again.
Coach Chris Mott’s lineup will look different but 6’3 senior Garrett Kellogg is back in the mix for the Braves.
Invited to the fundraiser former Cleveland Browns player Jim Brown and actor and Youngstown native Ed O’Neill.
Surveillance video captured footage of the purchases and showed the woman wearing a hooded sweatshirt that said, “crime pays.”
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Hopkins faces life behind bars if he is convicted.
The MVSD Board voted Wednesday night to begin looking for another chief engineer.
A ruling is expected on Friday as to whether a Niles teen will have to stand trial as an adult.
Only two days passed between when lawmakers started writing the bill from when the bill was approved on the House floor.
The vehicle was paid in part by $40,000 in federal transportation funds, and the city paid for the rest of the cost.
The organization is asking for donated items, which can be dropped off at the shelter, located at 4750 W. South Range Rd. in Canfield.
The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force was offering a reward for information leading to the suspect.
Ohio is looking to reduce the number of criminal offenders with untreated mental and substance abuse illness who cycle through county jails.
The IRS, states and online tax companies launch “Taxes.Security.Together.” to protect consumers from identity and tax return theft in 2016.
A federal report says homelessness in Ohio and the nation has decreased substantially since 2010, but the numbers are growing here in the Va…
Youngstown Police say Kimbrough is responsible for the shooting death of Anderson in front of 2240 Montclair Ave. on November 7.
A 14-year-old Pennsylvania girl accused of plotting with her soldier boyfriend to kill her mother will be tried as an adult.