View this year’s valedictorians at local high schools on WKBN.com.
The checkpoints were held over the Memorial Day weekend.
As of now, Youngstown’s Parks and Recreation Department has only received one application.
Speeding may have caused the crash, according to police.
Students receive breakfast and lunch at school, but dinner may be questionable for some.
DeWine said drug companies’ deceptive marketing tactics led to the state’s worst public health disaster.
According to court documents, Drajic will plead guilty to robbing the Farmer’s Bank in Canfield and East Liverpool.
The Coroner’s Office ruled that the boy died from blunt force trauma to the head.
That, and other crimes reported in Youngstown this week.
A local man is continuing his efforts to raise money for a local cause with a thrill-seeking endeavor.
The auction to sell off the highest-priced luxury property in the area begins Wednesday afternoon.
The thieves may be looking for an easy opportunity. Here’s how not to give it to them.
A car flipped over and landed on its roof, blocking the northbound lanes of traffic on State Route 193.
Doctors and trainers say there are plenty of small steps you can take toward a healthier life.
The zoning inspector expects the demolition to begin any day and said Sheetz should be open by fall.
Leona Walters had gone missing from Leavittsburg, but was found Tuesday night.
The superintendent and school board are trying to decide if demolishing the playground at North Elementary is in everyone’s best interest.
The man — who police think was using drugs — ran from his truck, claiming people were chasing him but witnesses said they didn’t see anyon…
If a driver suspects someone may be under the influence of drugs behind the wheel, they can dial #667.
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown.
A drive by Harmom Avenue and the problem is in plain sight.
Too much rain could be not so good for the first harvest of the summer.