A vacant house in Campbell was destroyed by fire early Thursday morning.
The contest will run Monday through July 26 in conjunction with the Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley “Miracles and Promises” radio fundraiser.
The 12-month contract, totaling $18,000, will enable the Regional Chamber to continue its multi-faceted economic development efforts throughout Trumbull County.
Myrddin Winery on Lake Milton hosted the fundraiser for the Humane Society of Columbiana County Wednesday night.
More than 100 adult students received their certifications at Wednesday’s ceremony and 57 students received their GED certificates.
James “Ted” Roberts of Poland began his term Wednesday and will serve through April 30, 2022.
Youngstown fire and police departments worked to clear a truck fire Wednesday afternoon on Interstate 680.
Local gay marriage advocates said while they have been waiting a long time for the decisions, the Supreme Court rulings on Wednesday are not the end of the story and a lot more needs to be done to guarantee marriage equality for all.
The Skyway Drive-in on North Leavitt Road in Warren will be closed so repairs can be made after Tuesday’s storms.
Because of a new Pennsylvania law, the Lawrence-Mercer Recycling and Solid Waste Department is now offering free electronics recycling.
Well over a year after the body of Valley businessman Jim Donofrio was recovered, investigators in West Virginia have finally completed an autopsy report.
A Youngstown manufacturer has partnered with a Texas based company to supply parts to the oil and natural gas industry.
The staff at Maplecrest Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation announced plans Wednesday to build a 10,999 square foot addition to the current facility on Sexton Street in Struthers.
Youngstown Catholic Diocese Bishop George Murry backtracked Wednesday on his earlier decision to keep Cardinal Mooney High School in the city, saying the diocese will review his former decision.
Update // Ohio lawmakers are considering a measure that would bar local governments across the state from using cameras to determine whether motorists have run red lights or been speeding.
Residents from a mobile home park in Warren addressed Trumbull County Commissioners Wednesday asking them to look into noise and emission concerns surrounding a gas well off Brunstetter Road in Lordstown.
Youngstown councilman John Swierz is working with community partners to get more residents involved with the police department in an effort to prevent and solve crimes.
A Newton Falls man and a Ravenna woman were indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury for selling illegal bath salts on the internet.
A former library fiscal officer in Kinsman was sentenced to jail Wednesday for taking more than $14,000 from the Kinsman Free Public Library.
Trees and power lines fell victim to Tuesday’s storms, especially in Kinsman.