Youngstown firefighters had their hands full battling a vacant house fire on the city's South Side early Tuesday morning.
A bill proposed in the House of Representatives would shake things up for teen drivers and parents in terms of curfew and the number of pass…
A craft show and fundraiser will be held Saturday in Newton Falls for a Craig Beach family that lost everything in an Aug. 13 fire.
Contract negotiations between teachers in Sebring and school administrators are scheduled for Monday afternoon.
State Rep. Sean O'Brien, D-Hubbard, is working on legislation to provide tax breaks and other incentives for individuals and companies that …
A Guilford Lake woman has had her pet returned to her after it was found near Lisbon. The dog was found near Route 172 and County Home Road.…
The city manager said squirrels have been destroying electrical lines and substations throughout the city, causing numerous power outages.
The holiday season is right around the corner, but not everyone can join in on the fun.
Check here for trick or treat times around the Valley.
A store owner foiled a robbery attempt Monday at a gas station in Youngstown.
Check out the local haunted houses, hayrides, and more this October!
General Motors says it will spend $3.2 billion to buy preferred stock from a union trust fund that pays retiree health care bills.
Take a ride through 68 acres of the area's most terrifying hayride and then get dropped of at the InsaneAtarium, the area's most intense hau…
Six Youngstown elementary students will be cruising on new sets of wheels thanks to their testing results on achievement tests.
Nurses at Northside Medical Center hit the picket line at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, despite a threat by hospital officials that the move could be s…
A 37-year-old New Castle man has been jailed on charges he punched and choked a woman because he believed she had hidden his false teeth.
Youngstown police have recovered a vehicle that may have been part of a drive-by shooting on Sunday where two people were hit by gunfire.
Warren JFK students went without clean or running water as part of the Water Walk project, benefiting the Children's Clean Water Project.
Hundreds showed up for the Agape Assembly Church's 3rd Annual Invasion of Hope Community Outreach.