Odyssey Environmental’s lawyer said his clients often received work orders on post-it notes.
Youngstown State University is sixth in the state for international growth, but is 11 out of 13 state schools for the number of internationa…
Police made 10 arrests Tuesday after a year-long investigation.
Over 1,000 applicants are attending a second job fair Wednesday for a chance at a position with Hollywood Gaming in Austintown.
See who got the money and how it will be used.
An arbitrator ruled than an email she sent was not a fire-able offense.
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Heavy rain and thunderstorms rolled through the Valley Monday night leaving hundreds without power in Mahoning County.
A group of citizens dropped off petitions with more than 300 signatures on Monday to let the people decide whether or not they think the tax…
The National Weather Service in Cleveland has confirmed a tornado touchdown in Brunswick, outside of Cleveland.
Mayor Lyle Waddell now said city officials want to work with the chief on ways to stretch the budget through the end of the year and denied …
To process the microchip cards, stores needs all new readers and have to train employees.
The shop will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Friday at 124 N. Park Ave. in downtown Warren.
Bike and Build is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping young adults while also championing affordable housing.
The money will be used to help with equipment upgrades and safety items.
Officials recently fined two riders for causing damage.
The recall deals with a part made by supplier Takata.
Austintown trustees met Monday to discuss adult-oriented businesses they say are a front for illegal activity.
A judge sentenced one-time McDonald teacher and coach to five years’ probation Monday, among other punishments.
Two fire departments helped rescue the bird Sunday.