Since 1916, the Gold Award has stood for excellence and leadership for girls everywhere.
With the help of their church community, Highway Tabernacle Church in Austintown, Joe and Cyndi Martin applied and were approved as missionary associates for Assembly of God World Missions. They will serve in Ethiopia.
One of the lead detectives in the 1974 murder of the Marsh family in Canfield Township said sometimes it is luck that helps solve a cold case.
The weather forecast couldn’t be better this weekend for a Valley tradition. The Steel Valley Super Nationals kicked off Friday in Salem.
Since Monday, 230 volunteers have been on a mission in Greenville with the group “His Work, His Way,” which was started three years ago to help people who are struggling with upkeep or can no longer maintain their homes.
A man from Kinsman is recovering from injuries after he was attacked while walking down the street in Warren.
A Trumbull County boy allegedly killed by his mother’s live-in boyfriend was laid to rest Friday.
Prosecutors gearing up for Ferrara murder case saying “We’re gonna go after it like he’s 20.”
The state’s Oil and Gas Commission on Friday denied the appeal of a company at the center of the oilfield waste-dumping incident on Salt Springs Road that led to federal charges against the owner and one of his companies.
Two Buhl Park swans killed last Saturday were exhumed from their grave and cremated, park officials said.
Golf outings were held across the Valley Friday benefiting several organizations and causes.
The former owner of the Timberlanes restaurant was placed on home detention for eight months after she was criminally charged with failing to pay more than $200,000 in back employment taxes.
Friday marks the first day of summer and with that comes soaring temperatures and an air quality advisory for the area.
A Louisville mother is facing charges for leaving her 6-year-old son alone late Thursday on an unsecured boat on Berlin Lake for more than an hour.
Residents and business owners on Youngstown’s South Side said they were surprised on Friday when they awoke to see trash covering Midlothian and South Avenue.
Weathersfield Police filed charges Friday against two Mineral Ridge residents accused of stealing $50 in change from a jar that contained money to be donated to those who suffer from leukemia.
A Kinsman man was hospitalized early Friday after he was attacked by two men on Warren’s northwest side.
Firefighters battled a house fire early Friday in New Castle. Crews allowed the vacant home in the 1000 block of S. Cascade Street to burn to the ground, while making sure the fire didn’t spread.
Firefighters in New Castle worked to keep a vacant house fire under control early Friday morning.
A state audit shows former teacher and assistant athletic director Len Redmond misappropriated more than $46,000 from the district’s athletic fund.