Firefighters in Youngstown worked to control a blaze on the city’s North Side early Tuesday morning.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal accident in Austintown.
The car went left of center and then went off the right side of the road, striking a telephone pole.
A debate on the issue of drilling took place Monday at the East Palestine Village Council meeting.
A committee recommended to the board that drug testing be mandatory and random for student athletes in grades 9 through 12 and students appl…
A Trumbull County couple will get to take the trip of a lifetime next month to watch the NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four in person.
Ohio is one of 36 states participating in a pilot test of a new online assessment for students which will replace the pencil and paper asses…
Students at Chaney High School and Choffin Career and Technnical Center are helping to create 3-D printer kits that can be used in other sch…
Secretary of State Jon Husted announced today that absentee voting begins Tuesday, April 1, 2014, for the 2014 Primary Election.
Business owners in downtown Garrettsville not affected by Saturday's fire said they are doing what they can to help their friends and neighb…
YSU will play host this week to a number of activities designed to get 8th-grade students thinking about their futures.
A copy of an independent report shows a long and, at times, contentious relationship between Austintown Local Schools Superintendent Vince C…
Benedict W. Lupo, 63, of Poland, Ohio, is scheduled to be sentenced on June 16.
Ben Lupo changed his plea Monday from not guilty to guilty in connection with a river pollution court case involving his former company, D &…
The Youngstown City School District is trying new things in order to get students interested in learning and thinking about their futures.
Fire crews fought a fire in Garrettsville for almost 10 hours. 13 businesses were lost.
A community came together to remember Justin Slaven, who was murdered last week.
Officials still don't have a cause for the fire that drew the aid of more than two dozen fire departments.
Bethlehem Presbyterian Church closed its doors Sunday after serving the faithful for more than a century.
Parents and kids learned what it takes to be "school-ready" at the second annual "Kindergarten Here I Come" event.