When others — like EMTs and counselors — help those struggling with addiction, they can experience a secondary traumatic stress.
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TopNotch Diner got a fair amount of backlash for the sign, but President Trump’s win in November made them feel vindicated.
Recovering addict Kelly McGuire says the drug has taken her to Hell and back. But now, she is finally on the outside looking in.
Early Friday morning, a fire started in a neighbor’s garage and quickly spread to Sara Weaver’s home on 7th Street.
Jeremy Britton’s childhood friend is facing charges for housing the 17-year-old after he escaped.
According to investigators, the suspect stole a car but ditched it near a wooded area.
It was a harrowing morning for one Struthers mom whose 2-year-old son went missing around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Businesses along South Mill Street and Croton Avenue say the crumbling buildings are hurting their bottom line.
All of Giannios’ chocolates and candies were sold at 50 percent off.
Sharon Police Officer Geoff Ballard delivered baby Ja’naya around 9:30 p.m. Friday after responding to an ambulance call.
Behavioral health experts say there is a direct correlation between addiction, hopelessness, and suicide.
Before the bill took effect, many local families who couldn’t afford treatment and resources relied solely on The Rich Center in Youngstown.
Brian Kessler, who lives in L.A., says large grows can dominate the market and create many jobs.
The idea behind Saturday’s event is to raise awareness about community resources available in the Valley for moms-to-be.
The impact of the Clothesline Project goes way beyond cotton.
Alchemy Acres takes in animals living in awful conditions across the state. Sunday marked its 20th spaghetti dinner.
The Young Women With Bright Futures celebration honored 30 high school women from Trumbull and Mahoning counties.
“My whole life was in that trailer, and it’s just gone,” said one of the fire victims.
The gorgeous three-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath historic home is one of 75 houses completely restored by the Youngstown Neighborhood Develop…
The USPS wants to relocate the north side post office, but city leaders say the potential move feels like “an already foregone deal.”
Right now, drivers are only required to pay $34.50 of their registration fee to the state. A new proposal wants that to go up to $149.
Some parents are worried the administration doesn’t really want their input and community meetings are just for show.