Two Wellsville residents are facing charges after law enforcement raided their home on Wednesday and found $12,000 worth of drugs.
Fourth graders in Warren left the classroom Wednesday for a lesson about the earth’s most abundant resource.
Youngstown Phantoms players helped build a Habitat for Humanity House in Struthers.
The cold mill buildings at the former RG Steel Plant on Pine Avenue in Warren are starting to come down.
Officials with FirstEnergy power company said service is back to normal on Wednesday after a series of outages around northeast Ohio.
Mahoning County Prosecutors said they intend to have the teenager arrested Tuesday in a series of armed robberies tried as an adult.
Traditional text books in freshman classes at United Local High School sit on the shelves not on students desks.
A Warren woman told police she was the victim of a machete attack.
A new diner is set to open in the Boardman area.
Preliminary results of a feasibility study to merge three police departments in Trumbull County were discussed Wednesday.
Wednesday marked the opening performance of a free music program at the Butler Institute of Art. It's all part of the "Music at Noon" event …
A Mahoning County Sheriff’s deputy pleaded guilty Wednesday to a lesser charge of failing to control his vehicle after a crash that sent a m…
A House hearing on the federal government’s auto bailout and how it affected 20,000 salaried Delphi employees is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Wat…
Two ceremonies honoring those who died during the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks were held on Wednesday in the area.
The home in Newton Falls where three people were fatally shot last year in one of the deadliest mass murders in recent Trumbull County histo…
A Warren city garbage truck was caught in a sinkhole early Wednesday morning.
A Warren man convicted in 2005 of raping his girlfriend’s 8-year-old son was found hanging in his prison cell on Tuesday, officials said.
Sept. 11 victims’ loved ones will gather at ground zero to commemorate the attacks’ anniversary with the reading of names, moments of silenc…
Two police officers and three firefighters were sworn in Tuesday night in Lowellville.
President Barack Obama said he is still in favor of what he calls a "targeted strike, to achieve a clear objective," during his address on T…