The kids protesting said they want all Youngstown students to have the same opportunities, no matter where they live or what their race is.
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The value of recycled material has dropped due to contamination from people putting the wrong things in their bins.
A construction site in Columbiana is perking people up as they drive by.
Allergy season is in full bloom and it seems to be worse than normal this year.
Bishop Joseph Garlington, who came from Pittsburgh as the featured speaker, said he was happy to have a large audience focusing on a common …
Valley Voices United for Change wants Senator Rob Portman to hold a town hall meeting in the area about the cycle of addiction and recovery.
Flames quickly spread through the kitchen and severely damaged the second floor.
The superintendent of Poland Seminary High School said an Italian teacher is being investigated.
Several people attended the Unitarian Universalist Church for a candlelight vigil after President Donald Trump launched a missile attack Thu…
The Coordinated Entry Program for Mahoning County’s Homeless Continuum of Care is all about speeding up the process of getting the homeless …
Embers were still burning Wednesday night, but firefighters said they should be out by Thursday.
The fields will be ready to use in Beaver Local’s varsity home opener against Indian Creek on Monday.
President Trump is calling for a vote Friday on the GOP’s American Health Care Act — a vote that the House postponed earlier Thursday.
Senator Sherrod Brown is working with U.S. Customs and Border Protection to get high-tech equipment to scan packages and shipments.
This year, the cold and flu season has hit harder than usual across the region.
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Sobriety checkpoints will be set up at different locations throughout the day Friday.
The 62 bed hospital has been in business for 104 years, but for more than a decade, it has been in financial trouble.
Town Center at Firestone Farms is the largest commercial place being built between Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
The record-breaking temperatures had just about everyone outside enjoying the unseasonable streak of spring-like weather.
Over the past few months, pet chickens have become a controversial topic in Columbiana.
Two kinds of bats are causing problems for a $2 billion project running through Columbiana County.