A road is closed in Lawrence County after a discovery in a farmer’s field.
Fresh, healthy and local is the idea behind a farmers market hosted by two local hospitals.
A Boardman woman was indicted by a federal grand jury for having sex with an inmate while employed at the private prison in Youngstown.
Sunoco Logistics will completely repave and restore roadways near a work site in Ellsworth Township.
Girl Scout CEO talks with students about bullying and answers questions about reorganization throughout the council.
A Newton Falls man spotted something out of the corner of his eye while driving down the road and discovered a large black bear.
A former Warren police officer was in court Wednesday facing several charges surrounding a stolen vehicle.
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A judge sentenced Robert Lodwick to 18 months of prison time, among other punishments, Wednesday.
Behavioral issues are cropping up more as students count down the days until summer vacation.
Traffic is moving again along Broadway Avenue in Hermitage after a tractor-trailer caught on fire Tuesday evening.
City officials in Sharon said Wednesday they will have a sinkhole in the city repaired by the end of the week.
The most recent figures for Mahoning County, which are from 2011, show tourism generated $500 million in economic impact.
The one-time Penguin and Ohio State football coach was appointed last month to succeed Randy Dunn as YSU’s ninth president and he already ha…
One bounce house operator said an attendant should be on site at all times when a bounce house is in use.
The National Humane Society has named Ohio Puppy on Belmont Avenue in Liberty one of the worst puppy mill operations in the country.
Youngstown does not have enough lifeguards and Niles does not have enough money. East Palestine’s pool will open this weekend after several …
The tiebreaker will take place Friday.
The boy said the man robbed him of his cell phone and clothes.
Police said over 700 of the $2 notes went missing in early June.