The alarms were quiet the morning of April 9 when an 84-year-old resident of Grace Woods Senior Living in Niles walked out of the building and died.
With summer around the corner, local car clubs are gearing up for their showing season.
Owners of classic antiques and souped-up hot rods are showing their steel at local parks, restaurants and anywhere else they can lay rubber.
The process of horizontal fracking is new to Ohio, but on Division Street in Arlington, Texas, it’s divided a community for years.
A doughnut shop, a number of car dealerships and a retirement home make the street look like any other found in the average American city. But squeezed between businesses are seven natural-gas wells that have drawn mixed reactions...
In Ohio’s Harrison County about 40 miles southeast of Canton, the picturesque landscape is that of post cards.
Unpaved roads roll over slopes and through woods of the Appalachian foothills where farmland gives way to hunting clubs and state forests.
Kenneth Buell bought 243 acres here in 1979. A 73-year-old farmer from suburban Columbus, he leases the land to a friend who grows hay for livestock.
As Ohio prepares to usher in a multibillion-dollar gas drilling industry, it is relying on an honor system with well owners for the purpose of collecting taxes and fees, and the numbers don’t add up.