Friday was the last day on the job for workers at the General Electric Lamp Plant in Warren.
The public library of Youngstown and Mahoning County unveiled its plans for a new Canfield branch.
Three men are hoping to put their Farrell company on the map by putting better-fitting shoes on your feet.
Mahoning County's Emergency Management Agency director is stepping down.
After spending much of his life in elected office, one-time Warren Mayor Mike O'Brien now has his eyes set on the Ohio Statehouse.
Mercer County Commissioners are considering a corridor study, which will include a stretch of Interstate 80 from Hermitage to Mercer, as wel…
A Mercer County corrections officer was recognized Thursday for his hard work.
Wendell August Forge is disputing a fee Mercer County charged them during a grant application, saying the price tag is just too high.
The Cleveland Browns have named Mike Pettine as the 15th full-time head coach in franchise history.
A meeting between the Ohio Horse Racing Commission and officials with Penn National Gaming did not end as expected Thursday in Columbus.
People living in the city of Niles might find they owe more on their income taxes than expected this year, due to changes passed by city cou…
Emergency crews worked to contain a fire at a Trumbull County business late Thursday morning.
Mahoning County Commissioners have pulled a one quarter percent additional sales tax off the table, after public meetings about the issue.
The vote count is in and workers at Vallourec Star in Girard will not have union representation.
Firefighters in Lordstown worked to contain a house fire early Thursday morning, but unfortunately the home was destroyed.
A Salem man is behind bars and charged in the stabbing and wounding of his mother.
A world renowned photographer whose pictures you may have seen at one time or another spoke to members of a local club Wednesday afternoon i…
Maurice Clarett was in the area Wednesday evening to speak at The Riot.
The 41st anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision prompted many demonstrations across the country and also here in the Valley.
City Council voted 7-0 on Wednesday to place a 3-mill, five-year road maintenance and repair levy on the May 6 primary ballot.