There will be a detour in Trumbull County for travelers on Five Points Hartford Road beginning Monday.
Update // A fire claimed the life of one person in Goshen Township late Saturday night.
The Youngstown Air Reserve Station Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol has won the regional cadet competition.
Ex-college football start Maurice Clarett worked with local teens in an effort to steer them away from a negative path.
Three local leaders were honored for their strides in the fight against heart disease and stroke.
Saturday’s concert was a benefit for Youngstown State University’s SMARTS program.
Dr. Steven Novicky of Youngstown developed the pads three years ago after many of his young sports player patients complained of headaches and neck pain.
Three separate animal rescue efforts collaborated to get two dogs to their new homes on Saturday.
The marriages won’t be legally recognized by the state of Ohio, but could be recognized at a later date if gay marriage is ever legalized in the state.
The pilot was able to make an emergency landing in a cornfield without causing any damage to the plane.
Update // Five people were injured in a head-on crash in Poland Township that closed state Route 224 for a couple of hours on Saturday.
A Hubbard Township police officer called the fire in just after 4 a.m. on Saturday. The building was fully engulfed when firefighters arrived.
Locally, the Youngstown area is tied with Toledo as the 80th most polluted metro area in the nation for ozone pollution. That is an improvement from 61st place in the 2012 report.
Classic cars lined the parking lot at Windsor House for a good cause Friday evening.
Several families and children received awards Friday afternoon in Trumbull County for overcoming adversity.
Students and parents were upset the superintendent would not allow them to attend the funeral of a high school social studies teacher.
Ed FitzGerald plans to challenge Ohio Gov. John Kasich in the 2014 election. He was stumping in the area on Friday.
Jim Traficant was in Brookfield Friday talking to a group of seniors at the township fire hall.
A memorial service was held Friday in Mercer County to honor the 65,000 Americans who have lost their lives in the workplace.
Dozens of locations around the area will be taking part in Saturday’s 6th annual Drug Take Back program promoted by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.