Employees will receive severance pay and other employment services.
The city of Hubbard passed out 200 blue light bulbs Friday in an effort to show support for the men in blue.
The gas-fired power plant will employ hundreds of people for the nearly three years it’ll take to build it.
Police say the suspect, who was dressed in all black and a stocking hat, demanded money from the cashier.
A Girard judge it trying a new approach in dealing with drug crime.
The coroner was able to identify the victim by his tattoos and photos from the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office.
The Saturn SUV was stuck on an incline on the interstate.
Health officials are seeing more cases of the flu as vaccines may not be protecting against mutated strains.
Babies in Mahoning County are at a greater risk of dying before their first birthday than anywhere else in the state.
Overall, Pennsylvania drivers now pay up to 70 cents a gallon in state and federal gas taxes.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally wants answers as to why a contract with Correction Corporation of America was not renewed.
A $2.5 million federal lawsuit filed by a bar owner against the city of Warren was dismissed.
A judge has ordered an Ohio man who fatally shot his father at Easter services to spend his life in a mental health facility.
Two second-run theaters in Boardman and Niles will show the controversial film “The Interview” beginning Friday.
An argument New Year’s Eve led to a man hitting another man with his car.
Buckeyes fans were cautiously optimistic heading into their semifinal playoff game against Alabama.
The Everything Buckeyes store in the Eastwood Mall brought in a special stock of Sugar Bowl game shirts.
The ministers said that message is particularly important now as racial tensions are increasing.
Investigators said there was no obvious signs of trauma on the body.
Hundreds of blue light bulbs will be distributed at the Hubbard City Building on Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.