West Branch’s Melinda Trimmer was the Division II Player of the Year.
Ursuline’s Mark Hughes was Player of the Year in Division III.
Union leaders say they’re worried because Wrangler is one of the company’s best-selling vehicles.
John Barnes Jr. wants to limit people tethering their animals to six hours a day.
The Youngstown Phantoms are now at the top of the Eastern Conference.
Cole Beatty finished with 4 blocks a game and 14 points and 9 rebounds.
The Tigers fell, 45-34 to Canton Central Catholic Friday night in the Division III District Finals.
St. Thomas Aquinas led from start to finish, and clinched their 3rd consecutive District title, 72-53.
The Irish advance to face Canton Central Catholic in the Regional Semifinals Wednesday night.
Warren JFK is heading to the Regional Semifinals after getting a win over Cornerstone Christian Friday night.
The Mahoning River is projected to reach flood stage Saturday evening.
Geologists have long been puzzled by how the High Plains could be so big, so high and so smooth.
An autonomous car is developed by Michigan-based auto supplier Delphi Automotive.
Urban Archaeology is auctioning off approximately 6,000 artifacts March 27-28.
This year’s winner was Emilee Taylor from Kennedy Catholic High School in Hermitage.
More than 20,000 boxes of cookies arrived in Warren on Friday.
Busch was suspended the first three races of the season for an alleged domestic assault.
All products now on store and institution shelves are safe, Kruse said.
Quinn Juan Wilson was identified through fingerprints.
The 25-year-old Hughes is entering his fourth season with Cleveland.