It has been 10 years since the Boardman Local School District began requiring Breathalyzer tests to get into dances.
Three recycling events at HMHP last week resulted in the collection of 19,450 pounds of paper, or nearly 10 tons.
The two-mile trail will connect Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Western Reserve Greenway Trail Project.
More local businesses are falling victims to counterfeit money on Youngstown’s West Side.
Shortly before a Niles city tax investigator was promoted, she pleaded guilty to stealing more than $1,000 from her former employer.
Prom season kicks off Friday night, and many teenagers from schools across the Valley will be out on the roads driving.
Fire officials said interest in joining the fire department is as high as ever.
Cadets in Youngstown got hands on training Friday during a controlled burn on Philadelphia Avenue.
A Central Committee race on Youngstown’s West Side is heating up and one challenger is calling foul over some campaign literature sent out b…
A community college in Lawrence is closing for the first day of final exams after written threats were found in the school.
Chevy Cruze enthusiasts from around the country gathered Friday in Austintown to check out each other’s cars.
A Warren police officer’s affection for classic cars and poor judgment cost him his job.
Chevrolet Cruze enthusiasts from across the United States and Canada visited the Valley Friday morning.
General Motors is recalling more than 50,000 luxury SUVs to fix a computer error that can delay acceleration for three or four seconds.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Medical malpractice claims in Ohio hit a new low in 2012, according to a new report. The annual Ohio Medical Professio…
Charges will not be filed in a crash last September involving a Coitsville police cruiser.
A water outage Friday morning affected Girard and Liberty before water department crews fixed a broken part.
General Motors says it is investing $50 million at the Lordstown plant that builds the popular Chevrolet Cruze.
Dr. Mary Cullinan, SOU president, was among three administrators to receive a vote of “no confidence” from faculty members on March 5.
Violence Interruption Patrol started in 2003 as V-GRIP.