A pair of downtown building projects can move forward thanks to bridge loans approved Wednesday night by Youngstown City Council.
In a letter to the university’s Board of Trustees, U.S. Congressman Tim Ryan pledged his support for former YSU football coach Jim Tressel.
Buzz Pishkur was back in town, offering his insight on the Marcellus shale industry. He was a guest speaker at a luncheon hosted by the Regional Chamber.
Seventh and eighth graders had their first day in the newly remodeled wing of Mineral Ridge High School on Wednesday.
Doctors pushed back Torence Thomas’s final cancer determination tests to early March to allow his latest round of chemotherapy to take action.
The Lordstown General Motors plant was the scene for Wednesday’s festivities, which involved a special donation.
Growers expect temperatures this winter killed buds on the vines for certain varieties of grapes.
It has been almost 13 months since Teddy Foltz was brutally beaten to death at the age of 14 and on Wednesday, the boy’s father said going to court may be the only way he can get answers
Students start using iPads in kindergarten in the Jackson-Milton School District, but how much screen time do experts recommend for children?
Police arraigned Matthew Slaven, 24, a day after arresting him on charges of having sex with a teenage girl he met online.
A local eatery is supporting Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley in a big way.
Officials postponed a Monday disciplinary hearing for a Girard police officer who is on paid administrative leave.
A fire did some damage Wednesday morning in a nearby Pa. county.
Families in Niles seeking a catholic education for their children will have to look outside of the city beginning next year.
A man lost control of his car Wednesday in Canfield.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys are set to outline their arguments at the trial of two people charged with enslaving a mentally disabled woman.
The source of a strange odor in Poland is under investigation.
The memo outlines the plan to promote fracking in parks and state forests, and labels environmental groups and State Rep. Nickie Antonio of Cleveland and Bob Hagan of Youngstown as “adversaries” to oil and gas drilling efforts.
Salem City Schools will be searching for a new superintendent this summer.
Deangelo Young, 39, was indicted on charges related to operating a crack house and having a firearm and silencer despite a prior felony conviction.