Mahoning County commissioners announced a $100,000 cut to the local government fund at their meeting Friday morning.
Crews are expected to be working over the weekend to fill holes in city streets.
While flooding is at a minimum on the streets and along the riverbanks, all that water may be taking a toll on the sump pumps in residents’ homes.
On Friday morning, Mahoning County Commissioners denied a request to annex about 19 acres from Canfield Township into the City of Canfield so Windsor House could build a multi-million dollar nursing home.
Spring is in the air in Boardman.
The Centers for Hearing in Boardman is in need of donations for used hearing aids for an upcoming mission trip.
Roads near you may be affected by recent rain and snow melting.
Comparing the cost of common procedures at area hospitals
Two Pittsburgh hospitals are accused of improperly disposing medical waste.
Students at Kirkmere Middle School in Youngstown got some life tips from a couple of big names in the NFL.
New information has been revealed in the state investigation into the conduct of a Warren police officer.
Over a thousand customers awoke to an unwelcome surprise Friday morning.
One of the last privately owned hospitals in the Valley is joining forces with a larger company.
Several fire trucks participated in a procession around the Cunningham Becker funeral home in Poland. to honor Edwin “Sonny” Chinowth who died of cancer on Sunday.
Youngstown State University is raising tuition 2.4 percent for the fall semester.
Actor Steve Buscemi was at a fundraiser Thursday for Michele Lepore-Hagan, who is running for the 58th District Ohio House seat.
Trumbull County Commissioners on Thursday approved the purchase of the former First Place Bank building on East Market Street for $750,000.
Puddles of water on the streets in Leavittsburg are a minor problem now, but could be a possible sign of bigger flooding issues ahead as the Mahoning River sits nearby.
Humtown Products recently invested in its first production grade 3-D printer, making it one of a few companies in the Valley using the cutting-edge manufacturing method.
A brief look at Jim Tressel’s career, from Ohio State (the first time) to Akron