So far, the organization has put eight families into houses, while demolishing 60 vacant ones.
Innocent bystanders can often become victims. And all across the Valley, police are chasing more people every year.
A teacher coming into work early at an elementary school in Youngstown was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday morning.
The grocery chain blames the growth of stores like Aldi’s and online shopping for the move.
Only four states earned an “A” on the March of Dimes Premature Birth Report Card.
The Indians have not won the championship at home since 1920, a streak they hope will end Tuesday night in Game 6 against the Chicago Cubs.
The department has 4 full-time staff members to patrol the village. The money they need is to keep up with rising costs.
Bertha Tillis has agreed to move from her Lane Avenue home of 55 years so the plant can be built.
Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported Department of Homeland Security wants to buy space at the Hubbard Road prison.
Todd Johnson said he represents a new generation of workers — and that is gaining a lot of “likes” on social media.
Christopher Hyler — charged with kidnapping, felonious assault and retaliation — was rowdy again on Monday.
Barry Dyngles in Austintown has a special Fall Classic menu with items called the Bases Loaded Nachos and The Kluber Club.
More than a thousand people took advantage of early voting this past weekend in the tri-county area.
Bernie Sanders will make a local visit on Thursday, campaigning for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
According to a report, the boyfriend broke a TV and car window after finding text messages on his girlfriend’s cell phone.
Only 39 percent of hospitals in Ohio and 24 percent in Pennsylvania got an A grade in the Hospital Safety Grade’s rankings.
The men told police that they brought guns with them to try to get back items that had been stolen from them.
Police said the victim was taken to the hospital with multiple stab wounds to his back and side.
Investigators say the group was responsible for large amounts of heroin and marijuana sold in the Mahoning Valley.
Police said the suspect’s apartment was dirty, and it appeared as if one of the kids tried to cook noodles on the stove.
Lapolla was stopped on US-422 in Niles on Saturday.
Police searched an apartment on Kendis Circle after reports that a man was outside, threatening people with a gun.