Despite losing a recent lawsuit in court over the installation of sewer lines, Trumbull County Commissioners are moving forward with their n…
A man took off in a dealership car while the salesman was inside preparing it for a test ride.
A group looking to put a Community Bill of Rights on the November ballot on Monday delivered enough signatures to the Mahoning County Board …
The Austintown School District opened a new access road on Monday that will make commuting to and from the campus easier and safer.
The End of the Commons General Store in Mesopotamia is showing off its 15-foot wood carving etched from a 350-year-old oak tree.
Thanks to the generosity of a local charity, a local school for autistic children will soon have new gym space for the youngsters to use.
A man robbed a Hickory Township bank on Monday.
Law enforcement authorities said they dismantled a Youngstown gang that included two convicted murderers suspected of using violence to cont…
A grand jury Steubenville is meeting again to consider whether other crimes might have occurred in the rape of a 16-year-old West Virginia g…
Police said a woman will be cited with running a red light and striking another driver early Monday in Sharon.
Youngstown firefighters battle two fires Monday morning.
A popular Mercer County football coach was hospitalized Sunday after a former player attacked him at his home.
Organizers said the focus on culture and tradition sets the Warren Italian-American Heritage Festival apart from others.
Corner House Christian Church members chipped in to help stuff 150 bags full of makers, pencils, notebooks for local students.
The free festival included many genres of music like folk rock, fiddles, blues, reggae, funk in downtown Youngstown.
The site in Struthers will soon be used to build the fortieth house that Habitat for Humanity of Mahoning County has been involved with.
A bench was dedicated in memory of Teddy Foltz, 14, on Sunday in Harding Park in Hubbard by his family and friends. The teen was killed in J…
Warren police are investigating two shootings that happened over the weekend.
Chairman of the Pennsylvania State Democratic Committee, Jim Burn, was the special guest speaker at a picnic in Hermitage on Sunday.
The two-day festival wrapped up on Sunday with a community church service followed by a car cruise, pet parade, and corn hole tournament.