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.
A sentimental item was allegedly stolen from a teen’s gravesite in East Liverpool, and thanks to social media it was located and returned to the family.
Ohioans are dying from drug overdoses at record-high rates, the state Department of Health said Friday as it released 2011 figures that place the blame on prescription painkillers and also show a worsening heroin problem.
An expanded and updated technology lab is open at OCCHA.
The state Environmental Protection Agency will study the Mahoning River’s health this summer.
A suspected meth lab was dismantled in Leavittsburg Thursday night.
A Belmont County woman was awarded $5.1 million in a lawsuit for a mishandled plastic surgery operation by a Boardman doctor.
School is winding down for students at Youngstown State University, but not before they can have a little fun.
A bipartisan bill introduced in the state Senate on Thursday proposes to allow cities with more than 50,000 residents, including Youngstown, to create designated areas exempt from Ohio’s state law against open containers.
State Route 534 in Milton Township will be closed for the next 14 days for a culvert replacement project.
The national animal rights group PETA visited Youngstown State University on Friday.
Update // Emergency crews say a crash between a rural transit bus and a freight train in western Pennsylvania injured at least 10 people.
Update // Firefighters battled a fire Friday at a Hubbard lumber company.
The Ohio Return to Play law goes into effect Friday. The new regulation mandates that all coaches, volunteers and referees take a certified training course in how to recognize the systems of a concussion.
Former employees of Fuddruckers in the Eastwood Mall said they are owed their final paychecks after the business closed on April 14.
A stopped semi truck backed up traffic in Warren on the South Main Street bridge on Thursday evening.
Most courthouses have dress codes that includes clothing with no rips, tears, inappropriate language cut off t-shirts or shorts. And while some local judges believe the legal system demands respect, they admit that has deteriorated in our society.
Daughtry will co-headline with 3 Doors Down at a July 29 show. Opening act will be Oleander.
A woman who owns property near Soil Remediation and Sharon Slag, which are under a criminal probe due to alleged illegal dumping, complained to state agencies months ago she believed the companies were taking in fracking fluid they had no permits to treat or accept.
Investigators have not determined what started a fire that destroyed Ebbert Hardware in Sandy Lake Wednesday, but they have ruled out arson.