Organizers will match dads up with coaches to offer parenting advice.
The Mahoning County Probate court has ordered new marriage applications with bride and groom changed to applicant one and two.
Statements from the Valley’s representatives in Washington show how divided people are on the Supreme Court’s decision.
WKBN has obtained surveillance video from Springfield Police.
Lordstown plant manager Steve Notar Donato said the new Cruze should be available in the spring of 2016.
A concert and a soap box derby have been rescheduled.
McNally said the police and fire departments are back up to full strength and that many of the new hires already live in the city of Youngst…
Anyone with information can call the Sharon Police Department at 724-983-3202.
The road was closed for over an hour as crews worked to clear the accident.
The campground will now open Monday, June 29.
The justices ruled in favor of the law, 6-3.
Council members voted down the measure 8-1 Wednesday.
The handwritten letter had several spelling errors, including patients and type.
Brookfield Athletic Director Tim Taylor said Girard and Warren Harding both have offered the district use of their stadiums.
GM officials unveiled the next generation Cruze in Detroit.
The entire unit has been renvoated thanks to a $1 million gift from Eleanor Watanakunakorn.
Pictures of the brand new 2016 Chevrolet Cruze.
Marian Kutlesa of Struthers founded the city’s historical society more than 25 years ago.
Unlike a tick, the weevil can fly and does not cause harm to people or pets.
Frankie Hudson will serve three years in prison for a weapons charge.
A service will be held Friday for two of the three victims.
The flooding was so bad it impacted people in homes a mile away.
Wednesday, Farmers announced a plan to merge with 1st National Community Bank.
Police believe that the salesman caused the company to lose over $764,000.
The incident happened early Monday morning.
The CEO position will be selected and paid for by the Ohio Department of Education.
Robert Lutz said the money couldn’t have come at a better time.
The collapse created a dam, forcing all the overflowing water into a neighborhood in the 1700 block of Pennsylvania Avenue.
Youngstown firefighters saved the day for a 4-year-old in more ways than one.
The $2 million pavilion will feature 210 slot machines as well as six table games.