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…
Humtown Products recently invested in its first production grade 3-D printer, making it one of a few companies in the Valley using the cutti…
A brief look at Jim Tressel's career, from Ohio State (the first time) to Akron
The price of your next hospital stay could vary–a lot–depending on where you go.
Senior Robbie VanHorn, a varsity swimmer, died Tuesday night in what police say was an accident at home.
An effort by the Sharon community and local officials to construct a barrier on a city roadway that was the scene of a deadly crash was succ…
Six states, including Ohio and Pennsylvania, are teaming up for a patrol blitz this weekend.
Thursday, YSU Board of Trustees members addressed growing support for Jim Tressel to become the next YSU President.
A new hotel project in Liberty is now in the hands of state officials.
Spring is in the air and a good indication of the change in the season is the annual HBA Home and Garden Show.
Every crime scene tells a story. But putting the characters, setting, antagonist and victim together in a way that leads to a suspect is wha…
Encouragement and advice was given to the Chardon community this week from an educator with first-hand knowledge of school violence.
DRIVERS BEWARE: As the snow melts, the elusive pothole reveals itself across the Valley.
The lone winning ticket for the $425 million Powerball jackpot was sold at a convenience store in central California.
All that snow that was dumped on the Valley at the beginning of the week is melting, creating black ice on roadways.
The Ohio House has voted on whether schools can take up to four additional days off this year because of the winter season's extreme weather…
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 Regi…