As the refuge for disadvantaged women and children continues to grow, Gina Pastella said it needs to find new ways to serve them.
The 10-year, 75 percent tax abatement is for a $55,0000 square-foot addition and renovation of its Lordstown facility.
The man behind a civil lawsuit that prompted the firing and the county prosecutor see things differently.
Kasich is making a big push for employers and educators to join one another to prepare students.
The mom of the 10-year-old boy said she was informed by Hubbard school personnel about her son’s injuries.
In one incident, employees at Dollar General reported that a shoplifter exposed his genitals to workers.
There’s now a new way to get in shape at Wick Park.
The trail is closed between State Route 46 and Rupple Road due to soggy spots.
Bob started his broadcasting career at WKBN and later worked as WFMJ’s news anchor.
From January 1 through March 31, troopers seized more than 29 pounds of heroin and 8.5 pounds of Fentanyl.
Years after his death, late YSU Professor Carl Chuey, is still at the forefront of plant science.
On average, women earn 80 cents to every dollar that a white male makes in an equal position.
Every Thursday, WKBN 27 First News will be talking with local contestant and Youngstown police officer Jessie Shields.
They’re saying “we need more” than the $20 million Kasich wants to put toward the opioid epidemic.
He said his brother’s death is painful, but he’s planning on doing something about it — and he wants others to join him.
Embers were still burning Wednesday night, but firefighters said they should be out by Thursday.
CEO Krish Mohip said he’s not adding days to the school year, but his balanced calendar model consists of several shorter breaks throughout …
It was a Youngstown group’s efforts — selling $76,000 worth of cookbooks — that helped get it done.
Annie’s Law allows for first-time offenders to have breathalyzers put in their cars, forcing them to pass the test before driving.
With a shocking number of overdoses last month, Trumbull County is facing another growing crisis.
Residents met and brainstormed ways to bring healthier and more affordable food options to the city.
Last week, they decided not to go forward with the study due to backlash over the possible consolidation. Now, it’ll be back up for a vote.