Lisbon's Brew Devil Cafe delivers more than just coffee and donuts
Every Friday morning, teachers in Lisbon get coffee and donuts hand-delivered by a special group of students as part of the Brew Devil Cafe. In return, those students are learning something even more valuable.
No Lordstown product a 'dealbreaker' for local UAW president
If a new product for the idled Lordstown Assembly plant is not included in the proposed tentative agreement between the United Autoworkers Union and General Motors, UAW Local 1112 President Tim O'Hara says he will vote against the pact.
Opioid industry presses for settlement as trial looms
Major drug distributors and manufacturers are pressing to settle thousands of claims against them related to the nation's persistent opioid crisis as their trial date draws closer.
Ohio lawmakers introduce bill prohibiting LGBTQ discrimination
Ohio lawmakers have introduced a bill to forbid employment and housing discrimination against members of the LGBTQ community.
Sharon corpse abuse suspects in jail
Two people accused of hiding the body of a man who overdosed in a Sharon home last month are in the Mercer County Jail.
YPD seeks information about south side murder
Technology used by Youngstown Police to locate the gunfire in the city led officers to what detectives are calling a homicide.
Opioid settlement talks broaden ahead of 1st federal trial
Jury selection is scheduled to begin in the first federal trial over the opioids epidemic.
Reports: UAW-GM tentative agreement would close Lordstown
According to The Detroit News, the proposed deal would "confirm the wind-down of three plants identified last November for closure."
Union representing city's street department considers legal action against city
Council ultimately voted unanimously in support of the administration - and rejected the Teamsters agreement.
Officers, good Samaritans honored after deadly train accident
The four men are forever linked by a tragic accident - but also by their bravery and quick thinking.