A civil service test for new Youngstown police officers will be given on June 14.
Over the past 40 years, Jim Tressel has been building his leadership skills, which now may all come together as he sets out to become the ni…
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, displays of older aircrafts, and interactive exhibits will highlight Thunder Over the Valley 2014, which op…
Investigators are still working to determine a cause, but low water pressure was a problem firefighters faced while battling a blaze on Sheh…
A fire destroyed a 100-year-old church on Youngstown’s east side early Monday morning.
Police booked Matthew Cochrane Friday on aggravated murder charges in the death of Dajhon Neely of Liberty.
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Prices at the gas pump in Ohio are slightly higher than a week ago.
A black bear caused quite commotion over the weekend while it roamed on Youngstown’s north side.
A man who lives in a duplex on Youngstown’s South Side was not home when a fire broke out at the building.
A 100-year-old church on Youngstown’s East Side was destroyed by fire early Monday morning.
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Youngstown State University trustees plan to meet at 6 p.m. Monday to discuss hiring Jim Tressel to be the school’s ninth president.
Seven women are working on renovating a Youngstown home as part of National Women Build Week.
Foster parents from across the Valley celebrated National Foster Care Month this weekend with a number of different events.
Boardman Police are looking for the suspect that broke into the Animal Charity Humane Society van.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources and police continued to track a black bear Sunday that was wandering the North Side of Youngstown.
The Mahoning Avenue entrance ramp to state Route 11 north is closed for the next week.
The animal was first spotted near Ursuline High School on Wick Avenue a little after 9 a.m. Sunday.