YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A Coitsville police cruiser was involved in a two-vehicle crash Wednesday morning.
BOARDMAN, Ohio – A woman was taken to the hospital after a crash early Wednesday morning in Boardman.
Frank Fordeley understands the importance of the arts and music education in our schools and wants to make sure every student has a chance t…
Champion Fire Capt. Charles Joseph will be inducted into the Ohio Fire Service Hall of Fame on Wednesday.
A historic moment in U.S. history was commemorated Tuesday on the campus of Youngstown State University.
Warren city water crews think they may have fixed the problem with a water line break on Roosevelt Street.
A state agency started a new program in an effort to decrease the number of accidental falls of the elderly
Youngstown Police Chief Rod Foley said his department is reviewing options after a murder charge was dismissed Monday against a man accused …
Two Howland residents were arrested Tuesday on suspicion they made methamphetamine in their home.
As investigators try to piece together why Aaron Alexis opened fire on the Navy Yard in Washington on Monday, published reports said the 34-…
A display of Civil War-era antiques were showcased Tuesday at the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library.
Plans are in place to replace Girard High School’s well-known “G” sign at Arrowhead Stadium.
A Youngstown native wants to bring his inspirational message to the Valley.
A former Boardman police officer who resigned in 2007 after he was convicted of having sex with a 17-year-old girl is now facing charges for…
A very visual reminder is stationed in Mercer County reminding motorists to slow down in construction zones.
Students at Cardinal Mooney High School learned a lesson that can one day save a life.
Youngstown police are investigating how a woman’s dead body ended up in a ditch.
Police shut down a portion of state Route 11 because a man threatened to jump off the bridge over Interstate 80.
A Warren native who works for Navy Sea Systems Command headquartered in the same building where a shooter opened fire and killed 12 people w…
RTI International Metals, Inc. entered into long-term agreements with three companies to directly supply them titanium products.