A first-ever spaghetti dinner benefit will help a family still struggling to cope with the loss of their wife and mother.
Several organizations collaborated Saturday in an effort to help lower Ohio’s prison population.
Local arborists and tree care professionals team up for an annual tree event.
Work is moving along on clearing mold from Boardman’s main fire station.
The Columbiana County coroner has identified a man that died in a Salem house fire.
Eastern Gateway Community College plans to increase its presence in Warren.
The State Highway Patrol says unsafe speed and poor driving was to blame for a series of pileups that left three people dead on the Ohio Tur…
The goal is to create new opportunities in the area by addressing violence.
Zach Paxson, a singer-songwriter from Lisbon wrote a song called Ohio that State Rep. Nick Barborak, D-Lisbon, thinks would be a perfect cho…
Look for DiBella’s Old Fashioned Subs to move in — next to Quaker Steak & Lube.
The Sebring Board of Education reinstated superintendent Christopher Lewis after an investigation into unknown allegations determined there …
The man was driving a commercial vehicle when he went through two stop signs and crashed into a sign, a construction barrel and a church.
Trumbull County Commissioners honored two Niles officials for their accomplishments in establishing a transit system.
The Mahoning County Career and Technical Center held a two-day event to attract high school students to the manufacturing industry.
Hot mix asphalt patching is beginning a little bit early this year, providing a more permanent solution to your bumpy drive.
Spring is here and if you need some ideas for a new project around your house, Austintown is the place to be this weekend.
Engineering students at Youngstown State University took part in a competition that will get them ready for a career in construction.
Veteran groups from the tri-county area and Mercer are rallying in downtown Youngstown this afternoon, letting people know about POW Bowe Be…
A Mahoning County grand jury indicted businessman David Perham of Boardman Thursday for mishandling a client’s investment.
About 32,100 Ohioans have until April 15 to claim an estimated $24.5 million in income tax refunds left over from 2010.