Cardinal Mooney High School

Area Reacts to Mooney Decision

The bishop decided Tuesday to keep Cardinal Mooney from moving to the suburbs, essentially overruling members of the school's own Board of D…


Feds Charge Hermitage Couple

The owners of Custom Stone and Tile in Hermitage have been charged with defrauding the Internal Revenue Service.

Steel museum open house

Steel Museum Open House Set

The Youngstown Steel Heritage Foundation is holding a spring open house from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Youngstown Steel Heritage Mus…

Girard Robotics Team

Girard Robotics Team Honored

Trumbull County commissioners recognized the achievements of Girard High School's first robotics team.

K&M Shingle Fire

Crews Battle K&M Fire

Crews in Youngstown worked to contain a fire Wednesday at K & M Shingle Recycling on Dennick Avenue.

Merill Lynch - Youngstown Business Incubator

YBI Gets Donation

Executives with the Youngstown Business Incubator are a step closer to reaching a lofty goal.

Ursuline Rally

Ursuline Gives Team Sendoff

The students of Ursuline High School in Youngstown wished their varsity baseball team luck as they boarded a bus Wednesday heading to the st…

Regional Chamber

Opportunities Discussed

Local and regional businesses gathered Wednesday at Fellows Riverside Gardens in Youngstown to discuss upcoming business opportunities in th…

Gigi Oatman

Woman Graduates from Mission Program

A graduation celebration was held Wednesday at the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley for a woman that spent nearly year in a program the…


Search Suspect Had Violent Past

The man Campbell police are searching for after he made sexual advances to his live-in girlfriend’s 12-year-old daughter then previously con…

shale drilling

12th Hanover Permit Sought

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources received its 12th drilling permit application from Hanover Township.


Woman Arrested in Stabbing

A Boardman woman told police she fatally stabbed her boyfriend after she caught him in bed with a neighbor.

Grow Youngstown

Grow Youngstown Starts New Season

Locally grown fruits and vegetables are once again available at five different sites in Trumbull and Mahoning counties through Grow Youngsto…


Board Discusses Hathorn's Fate

The Youngstown School Board held a public hearing to discuss the possibility of superintendent Connie Hathorn's retirement and rehiring.

Cardinal Mooney

Mooney High Staying in City

A study recommended the high school move to Boardman to increase enrollment, but the bishop said the current location will be renovated inst…