A box truck tipped over in Liberty trying to move out of the way of emergency vehicles.
Police respond to a multiple shooting in Campbell Saturday afternoon.
One of the men arrested during a raid on a Niles home Friday has been charged.
Update // Five people were injured during a shooting in Campbell early Saturday afternoon.
Update // People upset over George Zimmerman’s acquittal in the killing of Trayvon Martin plan to take to the streets across Ohio on Saturday.
A Berlin Center man was killed in a one vehicle accident in Milton Township.
The Eastwood Rib Fest returns, and the Lady of Mount Carmel Festival in Niles were in full swing Friday night.
A cruiser parked at the intersection of Coitsville Road and 12th Street is actually a decoy car, which is an idea the Campbell police chief came across when researching cost effective ways to cut down speeding.
When the heat and humidity are high, cows have decreased milk production.
Music at Madison takes place the third Saturday of every month at the Madison Avenue home of Rod Coonce.
After unsuccessfully trying to get an anti-fracking charter amendment passed in May, the Community Bill of Rights Committee is trying again.
People traveling to Downtown Youngstown via Market Street now have a beautiful sight to behold.
Union representative Lisa Steigerwald-Kana said the union decided to send the strike notice because the Board of Education has not rescinded its “last, best” contract offer, which was imposed on the union July 1.
The massive natural gas processing plant under construction in Columbiana County is nearly finished.
Salem resident Twila Frantz can run her air conditioning, lights, and ceiling fans without having to pay a dime. It’s all because of solar power and her loving husband.
Law enforcement agents raided a home in Niles on suspicion of child porn downloading.
The company at the center of an oilfield waste dump on Salt Springs Road that led to federal charges against the owner and an employee appealed that state’s ruling that denied reinstating their permits.
UPDATE // The owner of a Niles massage parlor was charged Friday with trying to bribe a fire inspector.
A Boardman man is facing felony charges after he was arrested for drunken driving for the eighth time since 1986.
A landmark federal study on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, shows no evidence that chemicals from the natural gas drilling process moved up to contaminate drinking water aquifers at a western Pennsylvania drilling site.