Compco Industries will provide families with framed memorials of loved ones they’ve lost in the past year.
Braydich Dental will provide donations from teeth-whitening services to a local Down syndrome organization.
Information is key in solving crimes and investigating accidents, so the Youngstown Police Department bought a new piece of equipment.
Find out how many chemicals are released by Valley companies, according to 2014 results of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The Environmental Protection Agency says pollution is widespread, but Ohio has the fifth-highest concentration of pollution sources in the n…
Michael Austin and Hakeem Henderson are accused in the deaths of four people since 2011.
Police and paramedics say they found the driver unconscious in his vehicle and revived him with Narcan.
The most harmful chemicals are neonicotinoids, which attack the insects’ central nervous systems.
Health knowledge is the main ingredient for becoming a practice manager.
The minimum bid of $500,000 was quickly surpassed in the bidding on Tuesday.
Police said the suspect provided officers with a fake name after he was stopped during an investigation of a fight involving weapons.
Prosecutors say David Honzu stopped a jogger last year on Airport Road on the guise of asking for directions.
William Fambro is accused of killing Teresa Hunter at the Riverview Motel on Parkman Road in October.
Police said the charges stem from an incident on April 16, in which a Boardman teen reported that he was assaulted during a party after usin…
A man living in the apartment complex, as well as a woman driving by, helped evacuate those living there.
The West Market Street bridge is closed, and workers are removing the current bridge beams.
The court-ordered public auction is the result of a foreclosure suit.
HUD is awarding Mahoning Valley homeless care organizations more than $200,000.
A man says someone broke into his home, stabbed him, then took several items.
Initial reports stated that a resident in a wheelchair was trapped on the second floor of a home on Anderson Ave. in Warren.