If there’s a construction project in the Mahoning Valley, a laborer is playing a big part in it.
Investigators said items used to make methamphetamine were seized from a home in the Villager Mobile Home Park on Monday.
Investigators say they discovered a methamphetamine lab at a mobile home in the Villager Mobile Home Park on Monday.
Two people told police they were sitting in a car when they were approached by men with bandannas on their faces.
Along with the 600 permanent jobs, it’s estimated that around 6,000 construction jobs will be needed to build the plant.
Union representatives said they want to work, but they say they deserve a fair contract. They say healthcare is an issue.
The Multimedia Center will be used by Youngstown State University’s new Sports Broadcasting program.
The 52-year-old driver was traveling southbound on Tod Avenue when he went off the side of the road, striking a tree.
The Summer Makers Market is an event hosted by Rust Belt Made to expose the community to local businesses while boosting the local economy.
According to Austintown police, the victim is in critical condition.
The Route 711 ramps are now reopen after a truck carrying trash spilled across the roadway.
The students and local residents teamed up to create an exhibit that included photographs of neighbors painting a mural.
State lawmakers recently approved the $1.25 million grant for the Youngstown Symphony Society.
Investigators say a Mercer County couple systematically stole credit card information and received hundreds of deliveries to their house.
Police said the boy answered the door and told them he had been home alone for about an hour.
Pictures of rainbows sent in from throughout the Valley using our Report It feature.
Sixth grader Scotty Crawford has raised over $34,000 to renovate the Canfield War Vet Museum.
One of the drivers had to be cut out of the car and was taken away by ambulance.
Police arrested James Brooks in August after they discovered Alesha Bell’s remains in his fire pit in Ashtabula County.
The former students participated in the first “Clap Off” at C.H. Campbell Elementary School to walk the hallways in their caps and gowns.
The park wanted to “improve the habitat, the appeal and the accessibility” of the pond.
Tuesday’s meet and greet will be held at 2 p.m. at Choffin Career and Technical Center.