Bluto, 14, was seized by Columbiana County’s Dog Warden a month ago. His body’s breaking down after years of neglect.
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A local vet clinic is re-opening its doors after being forced to close a few months ago.
Two local schools put their rivalries aside to help out the community.
The law includes rules on how long a dog can be tied up outdoors and what type of tether can be used.
West Side Cats in Youngstown is looking for an owner for Oliver — a blind cat who came to the Valley from Puerto Rico because of the hurric…
Beyond burning calories, kickboxing helps advance the prospects’ knowledge of hand-to-hand combat.
The Youngstown Blue Coats said having this winter wear is the difference between life and death for those living on the streets.
Trumbull County Commissioner Dan Polivka said Valley View has invested $1 million into the location.
With help from her community, Karisma Johnson is throwing a party for her 3-year-old, Miracle — the bravest little girl she knows.
The Ohio Department of Health estimates that there are 470 people living with HIV/AIDS in Mahoning County.
The ‘Me Too’ campaign has prompted many victims to speak for the first time but few are seeking treatment, locally.
All the money from 10-year-old Tyler Gallo’s Cookie and Cocoa stand goes to Toys for Tots.
Sydney Samblanet, 14, just had her 17th back surgery and nothing makes her happier than animals.
The Columbiana County Coroner says a body was found inside the house by a bedroom.
This year, revenue from special events and concerts in the downtown area has been nothing short of momentous.
The students are working with the Idora Park Experience to refinish a car from Idora Park.
Youngstown police are investigating two instances of vandalism at the home of Youngstown schools CEO Krish Mohip.
Putting out hot-spots is a dance that the department says won’t be ending anytime soon.
The display features many rare and vintage pieces from the Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s collection.
Alchemy Acres is doing three open houses in the next couple weeks for its new location in Rogers.
The YMCA of Boardman hosted its 3rd annual “What We’re Thankful 4-Miler and 3K Walk.”
St. Vincent de Paul Society teamed up with the Sticky Fingers food truck to feed hundreds of people in Youngstown.