The Sharon Police Department arrested a man they said broke into several Sharon businesses on Wednesday.
A Regional Chamber survey shows a 9 percent increase in security guards for the next six years.
The driver of the motorcycle was injured but is expected to be OK, according to crews at the scene.
Officers were called to the Canfield Sheetz on Saturday for a report of a woman who had been in the bathroom for a long time.
Tickets for air service to Chicago from the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport will be on sale soon.
Detectives say Ralph Goad admitted to being sent to prison seven times and that he was feeding an expensive heroin addiction.
Verity was sentenced to jail time and will have to make restitution to the owner of the restaurant.
The driver in an accident that killed a New Waterford teen was arraigned Tuesday on OVI and possession of drug charges.
The accident occurred at the corner of Howland Wilson Road and Market Street on Tuesday morning.
The Distress Commission narrowed down candidates for Youngstown City School’s CEO position to just two people on Thursday.
Gas prices remain higher around Ohio after the Memorial Day weekend and the increased travel that accompanies it.
Weather plays a major role in the pollen count, but your pet may be the culprit of symptoms inside your house.
The Sharon Fire Department responded to 26 fires so far this year. The latest happened early Tuesday morning.
Several residents in Struthers said they heard what sounded like an explosion just after 9 p.m. Monday night.
If you’re riding two wheels this summer instead of four, emergency officials have a few tips on how you can keep yourself safe.
A freak accident at a McDonald’s in the Pittsburgh area occurred over the weekend.
The driver was headed south on N. Market Street when colliding with the Jeep, which was turning left onto Highland Avenue.
Relay for Life cancer fundraising events have been taking place across the Valley, but the month of May recognizes a lesser-known cancer.
Dianne Carman said her love of genealogy led her to start researching local cemeteries to see who is buried there.
Youngstown’s growing success in music entertainment has helped it compete with larger nearby cities like Pittsburgh and Cleveland.