President Ken Baer says there should be a new pavilion by September. Pavilion G was burned down in May.
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While none of the international students on campus were impacted by President Trump’s travel ban, some said it is on their mind.
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Police said Duane Gruber called 911 last month, making threats and saying homophobic slurs.
A major reversal in policy could affect voters in the Valley.
Despite only one arson charge against John Burns, Sharon Police Chief Gerry Smith said Burns could be connected to almost a dozen fires.
A high school band from Michigan plans to change its colors to red and blue, to match its new uniforms from Austintown Fitch.
The Red Phoenix International Film Festival runs all weekend long in Sharon, Pennsylvania.
On Wednesday, the Ohio Supreme Court said an officer is no longer required to be present to operate a speed camera.
The stop is part of American Heroes Week, recognizing those who put their lives on the line to protect Americans.
Trump’s rally means delays for the area, as drivers will be detoured from routes he will travel throughout the day.
Heidi Daniel said the Mahoning Valley is where she shined, admitting — despite taking her dream job — moving on won’t be easy.
John Burns was arrested at his Farrell home Wednesday night.
The law addressing what residents can and cannot have on their own property has largely been ignored until now, creating months and months o…
The National Guard is tearing down vacant properties in the city as part of a project to get rid of blight.
Highland Field Services got it’s first of two permits from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
Police officers said the mother, who left her 5-month-old in the car while she shopped, was arrested in the checkout line.
They’re not surprised the 92-year-old left them a joke of sorts and while the ordeal with his grenades was stressful, they said he gets the …
Over 500 fans got to hear The Fabulous Flashbacks play for the first time in nearly a decade at the downtown Youngstown concert.
Departments have been using and sharing new technology to help conduct these searches.
If you saw a parade of old Model A cars in the area on Wednesday, don’t worry — you haven’t gone back in time.
Holistic Farms hopes to create close to 150 new jobs in the New Castle area over the next three to five years.