The Academic Distress Commission as it is now will be disbanded and replaced with a new group led by an appointed CEO later this fall.
The area is experiencing some of the warmest air of the season just as high school football teams are getting ready for their seasons.
There has been plenty of opposition to House Bill 70, but some people are in favor of the plan.
The air base wants to expand to become an official deployment station for all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.
A violent argument left a woman from Delaware bleeding and unconscious inside a truck stop in Hubbard.
Crossing the street in downtown Youngstown may be a little easier and a lot safer now.
A big donation to Second Harvest Food Bank will help family pets through the dog days of summer.
Two people were charged after police found heroin, pills and a gun inside a vehicle parked outside the CVS store in Warren.
Checkpoints were set up over the weekend on Mahoning and South avenues where 230 vehicles were checked.
State Rep. Sean O’Brien will travel Tuesday to the Cuban embassy in
Police charged the band volunteer after they say he exposed himself to a student.
The number of school librarians in Ohio has dropped by nearly half despite studies showing students do better when those jobs are filled.
Water was pouring from the break on Austin Street N.W.
A Youngstown man who skipped out on sentencing last year on a felonious assault charged was picked up Monday morning in Youngstown.
Homes and businesses in three counties were affected.
The work is part of a $6.5 million project on Route 224, near Route 11.
The train made a second trip to and from Ashtabula on Sunday.
The victim was found on West Indianola near Market Street.
The incident happened in a parking lot on East State Street.
There were scattered showers with heavy rain and thunder.