53 percent of children in the tri-county area are eligible for free or reduced lunches at school, but where are their meals coming from duri…
Shoppers filled the parking lot of the Southern Park Mall on Wednesday, and Rulli Brothers reported a steady stream of last-minute shoppers.
Police say Deborah Poindexter called 911 in January because a 4-month-old child in her care stopped breathing.
The Magic Tree was able to donate more than $1,200 to the hospital from proceeds from its “Cranksgiving” event.
The Youngstown Police Department held its Fill-A-Cruiser toy drive a couple weeks ago. On Wednesday, officers delivered the toys with the he…
Police said the 3-year-old was wearing only a sweatshirt, pajamas and no shoes or socks when he was found outside in the middle of the road …
Christmas in downtown Youngstown traditionally started the day after Thanksgiving with the arrival of Santa. The view has changed over the y…
The ramp from Route 11 north to Interstate 80 east in Austintown is shutting down Wednesday.
A boxer from Detroit has died after being hurt in a Youngstown bout Saturday night.
More than 1,500 guests are expected.
Warren City Council passed a $25 million general fund budget for 2016 that is nearly identical to last year’s budget.
The truck was responding to a call when it went off the road early Wednesday.
Those wanting to learn more about the project can attend an informational meeting January 7 at the high school auditorium.
A man initially charged with murder in the 2009 death of his stepfather pleaded guilty to reckless homicide in court Tuesday, the Morning Jo…
The park says that the road closures save money associated with snow and ice removal as well as reduce negative environmental impacts from d…
What makes the award special is that it was other superintendents who selected Colaluca, said BASA Executive Director Kirk Hamilton.
The two big items approved by the Niles Financial Planning and Supervision Commission call for eliminating dispatchers and minimum staffing.
Anthony McClintock, 28, was arraigned Tuesday on a number of charges for a wild chase near the Eastwood Mall.
The first winner of WKBN’s Caring for Our Community – Creative Classroom contest was surprised in his classroom on Tuesday.
Prosecutor Dennis Watkins released a verdict Tuesday clearing Deputy Dario Poledica in the case.