The national event is being held on Mill Creek’s south golf course through Thursday of this week.
Nearly a dozen local community organizations are getting a helping hand keeping youngsters busy this summer.
Local restaurant owners are growing their business, looking to expand further in the near future.
The idea came after a fire at one of the encampments a couple of weeks ago.
The new room at the Youngstown Boys and Girls Club includes a reading area and desks with tablet computers.
A Youngstown woman says she has received no help in the two weeks since a ton of bricks fell onto her car.
Operational support for the sobriety checkpoint will be provided by focal enforcement agencies.
Shepherd of the Valley in Niles is holding a job fair on Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The new addition to MCCTC is getting a final coat of colors from painters Eric Richardson and Ryan Teets.
Prosecutors say Natale sent a white powder to a former boss who had fired him from American Business Center in Boardman.
Collena Carpenter’s body, which had been stabbed 81 times, was found October 14, 2013 in a grassy area on West Avenue in Youngstown.
A bartender at Shorty’s Place said she heard multiple gunshots outside of the building and later screamed that they were shooting into the b…
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force said a total of 420 vehicles passed through the checkpoints.
The newspapers are available at the Warren Tribune Chronicle for $1.50 each.
Police in Warren are investigating an incident where a witness said a man threatened her on Snapchat and then showed up at her house with a …
The 2016 Ohio sales tax holiday will be here before you know it, lasting for three days.
Police say the driver of the car kept going after hitting a man along Cleveland Street in Brookfield.
What was thought to be a bomb at the house on Bonnie Brae Avenue turned out to be part of a water softener system.
The boy’s mother told police that she and her two children were in a vehicle picking up her sister, when an unknown person started shooting …
Golfers were able to enjoy the full 18 holes of golf, and were treated to a day of bocce and snow cones on the course.
U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown helped organize the five-day camp with the goal of getting the next generation interested in the field.
Through Sunday, over 2,000 officers will run, bike or ride in community legs of the Ohio Torch Run, which raises more than half a million do…