IRS Rattles Local Couple

Anita and Terry Fraser founded the Tri-County Tea Party group in late 2009 and received tax exempt status in early 2010. But within a matter…

Two Tornadoes Injure 7

The National Weather Service said Wednesday two tornadoes touched down in Erie County, injuring seven.

Woman Smuggles Drugs

Authorities at the Mercer County jail said a female inmate got half her cell block high after she smuggled drugs into the jail in an unconve…

Wilks Pleads Not Guilty

A Youngstown man pleaded not guilty Wednesday at his arraignment in his death-penalty murder case.

Meat Prices on the Rise

The cost of beef is on the rise as the number of cattle across the country is at the smallest it’s been in almost 60 years.

Hubbard Schools Holding Drive

The Hubbard School District is collecting items to send to families in Oklahoma affected by last week’s tornado.

Co. Reacts to Fatal Crash

Two people that lost their lives in a fiery crash in Berlin Township Tuesday were employees of Bonnie Plants, Inc., based out of Union Sprin…

Wean Building Wins Award

The Raymond Jean Wean Foundation building in Warren was awarded as the best commercial rehabilitation project in the state by Heritage Ohio.

Siemens Donates to YSU

Siemens, the electronics and electrical engineering company, on Wednesday donated $440 million to Youngstown State University students worki…

Weapons Training at YARS

The Youngstown Air Reserve Station warned nearby residents in Vienna they will be conducting weapons training overnight Wednesday and into T…

Man Arraigned in Shootout

A Youngstown man facing murder charges for his role in a shootout at an Elm Street home will be held in the county jail on $500,000 bond unt…

Video Shows Funnel Cloud

The cleanup begins Wednesday in Erie County, Pennsylvania after a suspected tornado tore through the county Tuesday night.

Poland Boy Has Rare Disorder

The Diaz family of Poland will be spending a lot of time in and out of hospitals over the next few years because their youngest son, 11-mont…

Council Nixes Lisbon Statue

Last month, they gave permission to the Lisbon Landmark Foundation to put a bronze statue of Lisbon native Clement Vallandigham next to the …

Boardman Woman Writes Book

Mary Pappas of Boardman has written a memoir about her journey through six bouts of cancer.

Summer Jobs Aplenty in Area

The National Restaurant Association is predicting the food-service industry alone could be adding about half-a-million people across the cou…