Austintown Fitch senior Max Bleggi was one of 130 winners at the Congressional App Challenge.
Sparked by the moving performance by Lady Gaga at the Oscars, a local conversation has begun about sexual assault.
Police are investigating the robbery of FirstMerit Bank on W. State Street.
An Austintown man is charged after a woman said he tried to throw her off a bridge at Mill Creek Park.
About 22 workers with the Youngstown City Health Department were tested for lead Monday morning.
The driver told police he was sorry and that he had been drinking vodka Saturday night before he hit a Boardman police cruiser.
An East High School student is going through “due process” after a few students were scared over an item in his backpack.
Power was restored by 11 a.m., but not before creating problems for a few businesses.
School officials lifted the lockdown just before 11 a.m.
All Sebring water customers are eligible to receive free bottled water, unless your residence or business has been tested as having lead-fre…
A multi-million dollar road improvement project starts this week in Mercer County.
Ohio’s average price for regular gas is coming in slightly higher than the national average to begin the work week.
A new company that recently launched helps people find that money, but there could be some security concerns if you aren’t careful.
Retailers are hoping the occasion also syncs up with spending dollars.
The break-in happened Friday night at First American Loans on Mahoning Avenue.
Recent crashes in the area, including one that was fatal, have involved people who were not wearing seat belts.
GM manufactures the Chevy model at its plant in Lordstown, where the company has invested $250 million.
Several customers came in on Sunday, something that the garden center doesn’t normally see at the end of February.
The driver noticed smoke was filling his car, and pushed it away from the pumps.
Local producer Fred D’Amico and Senator Joe Schiavoni say more tax credits will attract movie producers to the area.