Help Hotline has been providing crisis intervention, emotional support and community referral assistance for 45 years.
Joseph Rutherford, of Newton Falls, was charged with OVI for the eight time on April 3.
The safety director for the city of Niles resigned Thursday.
Officers say the woman was highly intoxicated and out of control when she hit one of them in the face.
STEM students at Austintown Middle School got an out-of-this-world lesson on Thursday morning.
A woman reported that Nixon stole her vehicle after threatening to kill her and her son.
The popular community theater is one of the oldest in the country.
Officers with the Youngstown Police Department were recognized Thursday for their hard work.
Students from Heartland Christian School gathered Thursday morning to lend some tender, loving care to Firestone Park.
Police say the suspect got mad after the one-year-old girl fell off a chair and started crying, so he cursed at her then kicked her.
The school’s promotion team won first place in the country for a promotional video on undiscovered talent.
As the epidemic of heroin and opiate abuse continues to grow, the drug naloxone is becoming more widely available. But is that a good thing?
Timothy Saxton, current superintendent of Brookfield Local Schools, was hired after a special Board of Education meeting on Wednesday.
The emergency drill began at 10 a.m. Thursday, and school continued as scheduled during that time.
Three men were arrested Saturday during an investigation of a robbery at Anderson Morris Road.
A man is in the Mahoning County Jail after he was arrested following an incident at a Dollar General Store in Youngstown.
During a crisis or tragedy many overlook the toll that can have on a first responder.
A New York woman is in the Trumbull County Jail after she posed as someone else to open up a new cell phone account.
Doctors say medication is not switching one addiction for another, but some believe a medical solution to drug addiction is still not ideal.
Six boys and six girls will be awarded the bikes based on their academic, behavior and attendance records.