This year’s high school seniors have new guidelines to follow in order to graduate.
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Incorporating business with creativity is happening inside a classroom at Columbiana High School.
Almost 4,500 people die each year by suicide, making it the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S.
“We just want them to feel as though men in the community really, really, truly care about them as students and as people,” said community a…
Wilson’s family said he suffered from seizures, but the family of the victim said he should have been taking medication.
Data thieves are getting more sophisticated, but the technology to combat them is getting better, too.
The Workshop addresses the pathway to addiction and the special needs of families who have suffered a loss through drug abuse.
The bus driver training program in Ohio makes sure drivers have the right skills and knowledge before the school year starts.
Research says if their backpack weighs too much it could “change” their spine and lead to even more injuries.
During the weekend, certain items are tax exempt in Ohio.
There is one thing that the Green Team says customers can do better when it comes to recycling.
Some of your favorite brands of wine and liquor in Pennsylvania could soon cost more.
There’s a lot that’s going to be happening throughout the week.
Dr. Mike Sevilla from the Family Practice Center of Salem advocates for both children and adults to get vaccinated.
The start of a new school year is exciting for many kids, but for some, big changes can turn into fear or anxiety.
The Head Start Program in Trumbull County wants kids registered as soon as possible to get them ready for kindergarten.
The Rich Center for Autism at Youngstown State University is planning a conference to educate family and friends about what they can do to h…
Youngstown City Schools is giving students in danger of not moving on to fourth grade new options to help them succeed.
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.