Insurance Phone Bill Introduced

Ohio drivers required to show proof of insurance could provide that information using smartphones under a proposed change in state law.

Lowellville Fire

Photos: School Fire

Investigators believe lightning struck the Lowellville High School roof at about 5:30 a.m. Thursday, June 13, 2013, causing a fire.

Hummel GIft Shop Closing Sale

Hummel Gift Shop Closing

The May family went into business nearly 85 years ago and set up the shop on East Garfield Road in New Springfield in the mid 1970's.


Storms Roll Through Valley

Hundreds are without power after winds knocked down some trees and power lines as the storm hit the Valley.

YSU Campus

YSU Tuition Increasing

By a vote of 7 to 1, the Board of Trustees on Wednesday approved a $177.2 million budget for the 2014 fiscal year that includes a 2.4 percen…

Sister Janet Gardner

Beatitude House Sets Receptions

Public receptions to welcome new executive director Sister Janet Gardner will be held in Youngstown and Warren in the coming weeks.

Business expansion

Businesses Expand

Vallourec Star's decision to expand business in Youngstown may have helped kick-start other business investments in the Valley.

Randy and Rhonda Dunn

YSU, Dunn Reach Deal

Randy Dunn has been given a three-year contract as the new president of Youngstown State University.

AmeriCorps Projects

Projects Nearly Done

AmeriCorps members team up with the YNDC to work on beautification projects around the city this spring.

National College Open House

College Hosts Open House

National College in Liberty opened its doors to the public for an open house on Wednesday.

Gasser Chair Company makes donation.

Gasser Donates to Tyler Center

The Gasser Chair Company has donated 200 hospitality chairs to support the $6 million fundraising campaign of the Tyler Mahoning Valley Hist…


Preparing for Severe Weather

FirstEnergy is preparing for the possible impact of severe storms that are predicted to hit parts of its service area, including the Mahonin…


Summer Career Camp Begins

Summer career camps begin at MCCTC this week, offering themed educational activities for middle school students.

Steven Direnzo

'Career Criminal' Arrested Again

A Boardman man is arrested in connection with a stolen vehicle on Tuesday and discovered to be responsible for a number of other crimes in t…


Kids Learn Healthy Eating

A summer park program teaches children about growing their own veggies and eating healthy.


Accident Ties Up Traffic

No injures after a semi truck collided with a car, but traffic was slowed down Wednesday morning.