Police are trying to identify two women from security video who are accused of stuffing hair extensions in a purse.
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The Ohio Army National Guard is teaming up with Youngstown to tear down vacant homes.
After 18 months of planning, primary care and specialty services are now under one roof at Akron Children’s Beeghly.
Monday morning, Joseph Yurich formally signed papers waiving his right to have a jury hear his case.
Some students in Youngstown are busy this summer learning new skills that help them inside and outside the classroom.
The courthouse on Mahoning Avenue closed Sunday due to health concerns following a broken sewer line.
Police say Alivia “Livi” Watson was killed by a drunk driver in South Carolina, where she lived, on March 26.
Inspectors found more serious structural issues when looking at the damage from last month’s ceiling collapse.
The statue underwent a $70,000 restoration before it was replaced.
The Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic said 90 percent of its patients are getting treatment because of Medicaid.
Money raised helps the Lions Club buy glasses for school kids and others going through hardships.
The Campbell City School District is offering free breakfast and lunch for anyone 18 years old and younger.
Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church is getting a face-lift, both inside and out.
Police found a body — believed to be the missing young mom — in Neshannock Twp. on Monday and have charged her boyfriend.
The new pound in Austintown is twice the size of the current pound, meaning dogs will have more personal space.
The district says it could lose $1.6 million — 20 percent of its budget — if the state budget passes at the end of the month.
Police are still looking for a man they believe to be involved.
It all started when the FBI showed up at 1540 Kensington Avenue, following leads about a bank robbery.
Students receive breakfast and lunch at school, but dinner may be questionable for some.
If a driver suspects someone may be under the influence of drugs behind the wheel, they can dial #667.
The Middle East Conflicts Memorial is part of Liam McGee’s project. It’s all about recognizing those who have served.
Ten local school districts are looking for substitute teachers and some have full-time permanent positions open.