Youngstown City Schools is giving students in danger of not moving on to fourth grade new options to help them succeed.
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Yellow Brick Place in Canfield is celebrating the lives of two of its late members with community events.
Every two and a half hours, someone in the U.S. dies from a home fire.
Roshay Huff said students are less likely to graduate if they are behind by the end of freshman year.
This year’s Summer Festival of the Arts kicks off Friday as the central event for a weekend full of fun in Youngstown.
The American Red Cross is in the midst of a blood shortage and is asking for help in replenishing its blood banks.
The Fourth of July parade in Austintown holds special meaning this year because of a new piece of equipment the department will be showing o…
Highway Patrol said a semi truck ran into the back of another semi truck, causing the chain-reaction crash.
Summer break is typically a time for students to kick back and relax, but for one group of students from Warren it’s a time to network and l…
It’s a different approach that’s helping get road work in the area done much faster.
Passengers are frustrated with their canceled flight out of Pittsburgh to Punta Gorda, Florida.
Dr. Mike Sevilla from the Family Practice Center of Salem has some important reminders about keeping safe in pools and with fireworks this s…
Youngstown’s Public Works department, along with First Energy, is working to quickly complete construction.
The city of Columbiana has been focusing on its Town Center development project and a large portion of that project will debut this weekend.
Race Director Courtney Poullas said the numbers aren’t definite but the event raised upwards of six figures.
The Thunder Over the Valley Air Show at the Vienna Air Reserve Station is scheduled for this weekend with planned security checks.
Hackett was found guilty of stabbing Collena Carpenter more than 80 times and dumping her body in Youngstown.
The Trumbull County 911 Dispatch Center has been working for about a year to finalize the plans for its newest program.
The motto of this year’s Mercer County Senior Games is “Get up… get moving… Get stronger… Live longer.”
It only takes 4 to 6 minutes for brain death to happen if CPR isn’t given right away.
A local man is continuing his efforts to raise money for a local cause with a thrill-seeking endeavor.
There’s a new wave of workout facilities popping up around the country and right here in the Valley.