Fred Pisani, manager of the Feline Historical Museum in Alliance, oversees a collection of art and pop-culture items involving cats.
Ryan Clark sat down in Mike Tomlin’s office and did something a little out of character for the normally verbose Pittsburgh Steelers safety. He listened.
Boardman’s Emily Gibbs (34) leaps past Ursuline’s Courtney Powell on the way to the hoop during the first quarter of Wednesday’s game at Boardman High School.
YSU junior forward Damian Eargle said Saturday’s win over Cleveland State boosted the Penguins’ confidence and proved they can compete with anyone in the Horizon League.
A woman walks down 34th Street carrying the fruits of her shopping expedition on the day after Christmas in New York. A flurry of post-Christmas bargain-shopping helped drive sales higher in the last week of December, according to a report Wednesday from a shopping-mall trade group.
After plumbing problems closed the OH WOW! Roger and Gloria Jones Children’s Center for Science & Technology on New Year’s Eve, repairs were made, and the center reopened Wednesday.
President Barack Obama shakes hands with Richard Cordray in Shaker Heights, Ohio. In a defiant display of executive power, Obama on Wednesday bucked GOP opposition and appointed Cordray as the nation’s chief consumer watchdog.
"THESE STATE LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT LINES SHOW A BLATANT DISREGARD FOR THE OHIO CONSTITUTION.” -- Sen. Capri Cafaro, Ohio Senate minority leader
Susie Beiersdorfer, a part-time geology instructor at Youngstown State University and a member of Occupy Youngstown, spoke at Wednesday’s city council meeting about injection wells and earthquakes. Council President Jamael Tito Brown, left, listens.