Councilwoman Anita Davis talked about resurfacing old roads and what to do with the old Bottom Dollar Food properties.
About 100 people attended Cancer Survivor Day at the Southern Park Mall.
Two laid-off policemen are in the application process with out-of-state stations, and Niles may not be able to afford bringing them back.
According to the dispatch report, two people are injured. Smoke is coming from one of the vehicles.
VITA events across the Valley will be by appointment only. Please call to schedule an appointment at any location.
Crews said the ground was a little too warm to pre-treat the roads, but they are on standby should the snow accumulate.
If you’ve been a longtime customer of Netflix, your bill may be going up starting in May.
Claudia Hoerig fled to Brazil after she was accused of the murder of her husband, Major Karl Hoerig, in 2007.
The Task Force said the checkpoints will be rescheduled for later this month, and information will be provided when available.
Cadets in the Youngstown Fire School learned how to get out of a dangerous situation on Friday.
Youngstown City School Board President Brenda Kimble has 48 hours to appoint a teacher to the Academic Distress Commission.
The Mahoning County Dog Pound says space is filling, and many of the dogs are runaways.
The family of Marquise Shelton wants to turn his death into a message of peace.
WKBN First News talked to people in the Valley about how they feel about the Pope’s document.
According to Lane Family Funeral Homes, the U.S. military will be flying the remains of Corporal Dennis Buckley, missing in action since Feb…
Yellow Brick Place will hold an important fundraiser that helps keep the organization going.
Spring is in the air at the Canfield/Boardman area Home & Garden Show in Canfield.
A tractor-trailer attempting to make a delivery took out two utility poles in Mineral Ridge Friday.
Training is being offered Friday and Saturday for church officials who want trained in how to handle a violent situation.
A Hubbard woman and a man from Youngstown were indicted on charges that they worked together to illegally obtain 26 firearms.