Darlene Miller and her neighbors drive past a heaping mound of trash every day.
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They hope attacking the bullying problem could potentially save lives.
It may now take a while to see improvements throughout downtown, but one street will see some changes in the near future.
It took crews about 15 hours to show up and make the repairs, leaving some residents without water all day.
The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation says the company has predatory lease-to-own options.
The Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley hopes to break ground on its new facility this summer.
Thursday is the deadline to apply for a Mahoning County dog license.
Kenny Grimm has experienced flooding before and doesn’t think this weekend will bring anything he hasn’t seen.
The numbers in the study are so convincing, one local doctor said he’ll recommend the shot to all heart patients.
Blooming Crazy in Boardman said it’s able to compete with gas stations’ and grocery stores’ grab-and-go service.
The potholes are on interstates, county roads — even parking lots.
If the pump isn’t working, it could lead to a whole other issue — a sewer backup.
The Smaldinos said they bundled up beforehand so they could stay out there for hours.
About 50,000 GM factory workers will get $11,750 profit-sharing checks later this month.
Tax season is just getting started but the new law is adding to the confusion.
They gathered at the very spot 30-year-old Sierra Madison was found in Sharon on Monday night.
Cub Scouts anywhere from kindergarten to fifth grade could go and race their cars.
A man was burned Wednesday in a house fire in East Liverpool.
They’re a couple of weeks behind due to a new online system, but there is still a way for owners to get their information in.
Some call the red-faced caricature outdated and racist, while others argue it’s a cherished part of Cleveland history.
The Mahoning County Board of Elections made several provisions to its tabulation and communications policy.
A 16-year-old boy was riding his bike when a dark GMC work van stopped him.