Niles City Council voted 5-2 to approve Mayor Thomas Scarnecchia’s revised financial plan on Tuesday.
Ohio’s human trafficking numbers are climbing and that’s due, in part, because of better policing and reporting of the crime.
A Youngstown woman recounts how she was forced into the sex trade and how she helps others on the same path.
Teachers at some schools in the Valley are taking a new approach to how they configure their classrooms.
Electronics, computers and cell phones were seized, according to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.
The bakery bakes custom cakes for wedding and other special occasions.
The man is accused of assaulting his wife and attempting to sell her for crack.
The Niles teen accused of killing a 94-year-old neighbor lost his appeal over whether the case will be heard in adult or juvenile court.
A man accused of punching a Boardman police officer and attempting to swallow a bag of heroin was arraigned Tuesday
Politicians have been weighing in on whether or not President Obama should replace deceased Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Police have charged Marvin Jules with felonious assault, and he remains in the Trumbull County Jail.
A new three-year contract was signed between the city administration and police department.
A Beaver Local student was charged with receiving stolen property after reportedly taking a school administrator’s iPad and selling it.
The vote tally is in and workers have voted in favor of a new contract agreement at GM Lordstown.
Youngstown City Council heard four department’s budget requests on Monday night.
Owner Peggy Brucoli said her dogs, Annie and Sandy, ran across the ice during their afternoon walk, falling into the water.
One of the founders of the Shenango Valley Osteopathic Hospital in Farrell (now Horizon Hospital UPMC) died Saturday at the age of 76.
State Highway Patrol says a motorcycle struck the side of a car, which was pulling out of O’Reilly Auto Parts on Market Street.
The town hall meeting was held at the Niles High School auditorium, hosted by Niles Councilman at Large Ryan McNaughton.
Austintown has three levies on next month’s ballot which are crucial for the township.