Investigators were called after what looked like a pipe bomb was found, but it was determined to be a false alarm.
Sick kids don’t always get the chance to live out their dreams, but a new program in the Valley is looking to change that.
Howard Ramey, 53, was found dead in the fruit cellar of his house on Palmer Avenue in August.
The suspect, who was transitioning gender, said he felt threatened by a co-worker at Wal-Mart.
The distribution is being made possible through a $10,000 gift from Citizens Bank.
A man from Ellwood City says he was scammed out of a few thousand dollars after he put a deposit down on a condo lease.
Uncertainty seemed to be the theme for most of their answers.
A majority of the people who spoke at the board of commissioners meeting Monday were in favor of certain parts of member Tom Shipka’s plans …
The new after-school program ended at 5 p.m. but by 7:30 p.m., some students were still not home.
Mayor Bill Peduto said Monday the stopgap measure closes a large budget shortfall and will cover more than 200 positions.
Rick Alli, who served over 30 years in the Youngstown Police Department, is looking forward to getting to know Lowellville residents.
According to a police report, the man struggled with officers to get away, so they tased him.
Brown says he has talked with the Trump Administration about making changes to NAFTA and other trade programs.
Mercer County’s salt supply is in good shape and the department of transportation is ready for the first snow.
Heroin is an epidemic that’s affecting every community in our Valley, but there are places to turn for help.
The Trumbull County Combined Health District is hoping that by tracking trends of heroin, it can help fight the opiate epidemic.
Andre Williams was convicted of the 1988 attack that killed George Melnick and blinded Melnick’s wife, Katherine.
The new bourbon that pays tribute to the boxing legend is blended and bottled in Boardman.
The Part-Timers Bill Of Rights requires employers in the city to provide vacation and health insurance to part-time workers.
The “My Brother’s Keeper” program will bring young men of color together with community leaders and others as mentors.
Heroin users can be coworkers, neighbors or family members.
CEO Krish Mohip said an internal review has been conducted, but there is no timetable in place for changes to security.