One of the stars of a popular cable TV show spent Saturday afternoon in Youngstown.
The Warren YWCA hosted a Mental Health workshop focusing on minority and low-income communities.
Police in East Liverpool are investigating what caused a large fight and a shooting at a bar overnight.
A Volant man faces aggravated assault charges following a confrontation involving a gun.
On April 26, Ohio’s Return to Play law goes into effect for all youth and high school sporting activities. It requires coaches to go through concussion awareness training and become certified.
Michelle Malkin was the keynote speaker at this year’s Lincoln Day Dinner in Salem.
Update // Youngstown State University’s Urban Gaming Club is excited to be holding its first humans versus zombies game next week.
A bi-partisian group of Pennsylvania state senators unveiled a new transportation bill on Friday to pay for bridge and road improvements.
State Rep. Bob Hagan, D-Youngstown, said he plans to challenge Republican U.S. Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio in the 2016 election because of Portman’s vote earlier this week against expanded background checks for gun purchases.
After a tense, all-day manhunt and house-to-house search by thousands of SWAT team officers with rifles and armored vehicles, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was cornered in a homeowner’s yard, where he exchanged gunfire with police while holed up in a boat, authorities said.
Ever since Monday afternoon’s bombing at the Boston Marathon, many have been trying to guess who could perpetrate such a crime and why they would do it.
The garbage strike is beginning to heat up after Allied Waste filed a federal lawsuit against the Teamsters of Youngstown for picketing outside its Toledo facility.
The state’s top court will hear oral arguments next week in a case where union employees were cited for unfair labor practices after they picketed a Mahoning County MRDD meeting.
Youngstown Councilman John Swierz is recuperating in the hospital after suffering a heart attack Thursday night at his home.
Most of Hermitage was without power for about two hours Friday afternoon.
Some Campbell Elementary second graders graduated from an anti-bullying program they started at the beginning of the year.
Youngstown’s goal this summer to deter crime in the city will focus on youth. A new program was announced Friday to encourage families to take a more active role in knowing where their children are.
A Youngstown ambulette owner pleaded guilty this week to bilking the federal and state government out of $400,000.
For the second time in two years, a Mahoning County murder case has been forced to stop soon after getting started.
Garage sale season is kicking off with one of the biggest events in the area.