Depending on where you live, you could potentially see 2 inches or 8 inches.
The Youngstown YWCA is once again offering free tax filing services for those meeting certain criteria.
The snowy conditions are likely to blame for a crash on Interstate 80 in Hubbard Township.
About 50,000 GM factory workers will get $11,750 profit-sharing checks later this month.
Dennis Watkins wants Attorney General Mike DeWine to appeal Danny Lee Hill’s case.
Homicide charges against a Shenango Township woman accused in the death of her baby are being withdrawn for now.
Police say Gerald Wainwright fired at them as he was running away and officers were chasing him.
The driver walked away from an accident this morning that sent his car onto its roof.
Officers entered the apartment and found five people inside. The victim was in a back room.
The Robins has been empty for nearly 40 years, but the Downtown Development Group said its structure is in good condition.
The seat is currently held by term-limited Joe Schiavoni, who is running for governor.
The nearly $8 million project is expected to be open in the spring of next year.
Christina was live at Fellows Riverside Garden for the Jewels of Winter.
Coca-Cola’s yellow cap in the spring means it’s Kosher.
Now, city leaders say East Liverpool will have its own reliable ambulances that will run only for residents within city limits.
Mayor Ryan Stovall said there are fewer crashes, fewer injuries and more speeding drivers getting penalized.
The current positions being filled include store associate, shift manager, assistant manager and manager trainee.
Tax season is just getting started but the new law is adding to the confusion.
The director of public works said he can’t guarantee the plows won’t break down this time, either.
Workers used an electrostatic spraying system using hospital-grade disinfectant to sanitize the school on Monday.
Exposure to radon claims an estimated 24,000 lives a year and many victims have never smoked a cigarette.
The court wants Danny Lee Hill, convicted of murdering a 12-year-old in 1986, resentenced without the death penalty.
The market’s slump began on Friday.
Police said Brantley drove in reverse, driving over a curb and nearly hitting a tree before returning to the roadway.
He will be seeking another four-year term.
Police said the Girard man, an employee, was drunk and had a loaded gun in a holster on his waistband.
A man told police that he was leaving the mosque in Liberty when Materia also threatened to kill him and his son.
Police said the chase went through Warren and Niles.
Police said Pawcio was intoxicated and belligerent while they were investigating a fight that happened earlier.
Students will participate in many acts of kindness all week like the “No One Eats Alone program.”