A woman is in stable condition after being attacked by a dog Saturday in Wellsville.
An area Boy Scout troop that works with young men with mental and physical disabilities celebrated a significant anniversary Sunday.
Boardman Baptist Church held a ground-breaking ceremony Sunday to kick-off a new project.
A woman was arrested Sunday afternoon after reports of shots fired in a Youngstown neighborhood.
An area skating rink is offering a program to help kids fight obesity by getting them off the couch and keeping them active.
A 3-year-old boy was injured in a head-on collision in Lawrence County.
A semi truck rolled over Sunday afternoon in Hubbard Township spilling a load of propane tanks.
The Ohio Department of Transportation awarded $7.2 million for projects to help children safely walk or bike to school.
The family of Jon Schoenike, the Springfield Township man who went missing back on May 17, gives thanks to the community for their support.
Youngstown fire crews responded to a fire at a vacant structure near the YSU campus.
A trunk sale was held at the Canfield Fairgrounds on Saturday as part of a fundraiser for the Junior Fair Board.
Fifty teams of professional and amateur bass anglers competed in the the 14th annual Muransky Companies Bass Classic in Poland.
As Streetscape 2013 kicked off, volunteers from across the city participated in an effort to help beautify and landscape certain areas throughout downtown Youngstown.
A soap box derby race for mentally and physically challenged children was held in Salem on Saturday.
The Habitat Restore in Columbiana County has reopened in a new, larger location.
Crews on Sunday were back at the scene of a salvage fire in Trumbull County Sunday.
Two men remain in critical condition after an accident on Highland Avenue near Sixth Street in Warren on Friday.
More than 40 workers should return to work next week after their strike came to an end on Friday.
The four-year deal offers a 30 cents an hour increase the first year and 25 cents the next three years, for a total of $1.05 over the life of the contract.
Youngstown’s Association of Black Professional Firefighers honored their first black firefighter as a trailblazer on Friday night.