Ray’s Place has been located on Franklin Street since 1937 and is a must-visit for students, alumni and former Kent residents.
New figures from the Department of Job and Family Services claim Ohio’s unemployment rate fell to 6.5 percent last month, which was its lowe…
A Trumbull County grand jury indicted an inmate and his girlfriend for allegedly trying to sneak drugs into the Trumbull County Jail.
Police believe Leslie Slaven killed her son and then turned the gun on herself.
The Trumbull County grand jury indicted a man on Thursday who police said fired shots at a pair of newspaper carriers earlier this year.
Youngstown CityScape used the first full day of spring to kick off its 2014 program.
Mahoning County Commissioners approved funding to replace damaged equipment at the county jail.
An inactive piece of pipeline is being replaced in Mahoning County so it can meet standards to transport petroleum products.
Mahoning County has renewed its recycling contract with Youngstown State University.
An FBI agent addressed local business owners on how to respond in the event of an active shooter in their establishments.
Former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel has applied to become president at the University of Akron.
Officials say the community has given generously to the Mercer County 4-H Park to help replace about $9,000 worth of materials stolen from t…
The Warren Police street crimes unit raided two houses Friday morning around 7 a.m. on Porter Street, leaving with drugs and guns.
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Milan take a look at movies playing at the box office.
Police say a woman charged with stealing a dying man’s dog hired a veterinarian to euthanize the pet several months after its disappearance.
Boardman police are investigating a shooting that happened late Thursday night.
The owner of New Era Machine said he has been the victim of several thefts and accused city officials of not doing anything about it.
A Columbiana County school district is another step closer to launching a first of its kind shale charter school.
The NCAA tournament kicked off Thursday afternoon, and March Madness fever was high across the Valley.