Kenneth T. Oravec who died on Sunday July 10, 2016
Merle O. Webber, 76, passed away unexpectedly Sunday afternoon, July 10, 2016
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George A. Frohman , Jr., 85 of Boardman died July 10
Paramedics found that the man had been shot multiple times, and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
The 14-year-old youth from the Pittsburgh area was reportedly with a family at a picnic in Butler County’s Clay Township.
Cleveland Indians Outfielder Michael Brantley will make a rehab appearance with the Mahoning Valley Scrappers Monday night against the Tri-C…
Media outlets report 22-year-old Jonathan Gibbs of East Liverpool, Ohio, was arrested Saturday in Charleston.
He defeated Milos Raonic 6-4, 7-6 (3), 7-6 (2).
hirley Jane DeChristofaro, 77, passed away peacefully at 7:50 p.m., Sunday, July 10, 2016
The woman, who is in her 70s, sustained second- and third-degree burns over 50 percent of her body.
The blaze was contained by the building’s automatic sprinkler system and prevented the flames from reaching chemicals.
During their working years, women tend to earn less than men, and when they retire, they’re more likely to live in poverty.
Police say three people were killed in a Cleveland crash after a speeding driver lost control of his car and hit a tree.
The House’s revenue plan revolves around a $1 per-pack cigarette tax increase and an expansion of casino-style gambling.
The program includes individual counseling sessions, work with medical professionals and sober housing.
Admission for the display will be $15 for adults and $10 for children. Discounted tickets will be available for those who buy in advance.
The exhibit will run through the summer and end on September 11.
There were four vacant house fires in the area Sunday morning that occurred within less than nine hours.
The boys and their mentors, mostly black men, discussed police killings of black men without surprise of fairness or change.
The settlements were announced Friday in separate lawsuits against Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati.
A spokesman for the state’s attorney general says the merits of the issue will ultimately be decided by the Ohio Supreme Court.