A wall of debris fell and knocked a firefighter off of the porch. He was checked at the scene by EMS and continued working the fire.
Officers leaving their barracks in eastern Pennsylvania were ambushed and attacked Friday night during a shift change.
On Saturday, road crews repaired Clingan Road between Route 224 and Poland High School, all in one single day.
A Columbiana County Church is turning 200 this year, a mark not too many churches in the area have been able to reach.
Some Youngstown Firefighters will be heading to Mayor John McNally’s monthly “5 Minutes with the Mayor” this week
The Magic Tree in Boardman is hosted a rousing event Sunday to benefit children across the Mahoning Valley.
Last weekend, YSU Archeology Associate Professor Matt O’Mansky and his Honors class excavated a trash pit along South Avenue.
Following the ambush at the barracks of Pennsylvania State Troopers, troopers closer to home said that incidents like that are constantly in…
Proceeds from a fundraiser on Saturday will be used to upgrade the alley.
The black and white mural is now the centerpiece of the Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company Homes neighborhood.
Lines for the rewards cards were so long, water was handed out to keep everyone hydrated.
Drug abuse impacts many areas of the community including health care and law enforcement.
Organizers want to inform the public about diseases that impacting local communities.
A passerby noticed the smoke coming from the garage and notified the family inside the house.
The latest site acknowledges the importance of the Village Green, Old Village Graveyard, and the Presbyterian Church.
A boil alert for portions of Vienna has been lifted.
The attorney for the Cuyahoga Falls woman says a confidentiality agreement prohibits him from saying whether there was a settlement.
The accident happened just after midnight Saturday just south of U.S. Route 6 in New Lyme Township.
Two troopers were ambushed outside a state police barracks in northeastern Pennsylvania during a late-night shift change.
State correction officials say outside experts also will examine prison procedures and recommend possible improvements.