The Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper who was fired and reinstated for a violent outburst at Cleveland Browns Stadium in 2011 pleaded guilty…
Youngstown native Ed O’Neill received his third consecutive Emmy nomination for his role on the hit television series “Modern Family.”
Published reports on Thursday said General Motors is considering delaying the launch of the next-generation Chevrolet Cruze that will be bui…
Cardinal Mooney officials on Thursday said the air quality in the high school building that contains asbestos has been deemed safe.
Two Youngstown mayoral candidates were cleared to run in the November election after a citizen activist challenged their eligibility to run …
A Southlake, Texas private-equity firm bought the Canfield Metal Coating Corp. for $1.2 million.
A man who police say was running late for work tried to get around a train crossing in Salem and was hit Thursday morning.
A road in New Castle was closed after a water main break early Thursday morning.
Youngstown City Council is considering cutting out the city's Park and Recreation Commission.
A man who was reported missing in Boardman has been found.
The city of Warren is looking to secure $2.5 million to improve roads throughout the city.
A nearly $1 million construction project is set to begin in Columbiana County Monday.
The Salem Kiwanis Club will hold its annual Antique and Craft show this weekend.
Warren Mayor Doug Franklin draws on local brownfield cleanups as examples for new legislation to expand the program.
A Volant man is facing more than 60 criminal charges after investigators discovered he sent illicit messages including many of an “underage”…
The 80th annual Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish Festival kicked off Wednesday in Niles.
Trumbull County Commissioners on Wednesday approved tax breaks for a Hubbard business that is looking to expand.
Local addiction specialists hope the death of a popular Hollywood star will shine some light on the opiate epidemic facing Ohio and the Vall…
A 300-pound potbelly pig that has been abandoned twice in the past month at motels in Liberty is getting help to find a new home.
Liberty Trustees are refuting a recent state audit of the township government that questions how long the community can remain viable.