The contest was held Monday night at Kent Trumbull campus.
Emergency crews worked Tuesday to contain a fire at Eddie Kane Steel Products in Masury.
The woman’s body was found by a person walking their dog.
Hospital staff said the 4-month-old wasn’t properly secured in his car seat.
The Himrod Expressway Bridge not only spans the Mahoning River but also multiple sets of railroad tracks, which caused at least part of the …
Trumbull Business College announced Monday it’s closing after 45 years at the end of the month.
If your kids were the first line of response in an emergency, would they know what to do?
The 14-year old boy is accused of shooting a woman in the face during a robbery attempt in Youngstown.
Officers conducted alcohol compliance checks at nine Youngstown-area businesses on Friday using underage informants.
The CDC study shows that Youngstown has higher instances of high blood pressure, cholesterol and even tooth loss.
Thomas Frost worked for USPS and served as chairman of the mail carriers’ finance committee, in which he oversaw a $15 million budget.
Police said the woman may have boarded a WRTA bus headed to Youngstown’s north side.
The district’s superintendent, Vincent Colaluca, made the decision to close the auditorium.
The 5-year-old boy called 911 because he thought his parents were dead, according to police.
A news release from Trumbull Business College says the closure is due to a change made by the Department of Education.
The couple said when confronted, Davenport went into the basement and didn’t know how to get out of the house.
Hammonds worked for the Ohio Organizing Collaborative to register voters in Columbiana County.
The ice skating rink will not open this year, a sign of the mild winter we have had in the Valley.
It was chilly morning for staff and residents at Grace Woods Senior Living in Niles.
The changes should help improve pavement longevity and increase safety during the winter months.
A driver is dead after a 3-vehicle crash involving a bus that was carrying the Hiram College baseball team.
A man who police say fired a gun into a house, killing one person, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter.