A local organization donated a handicap ramp at St. Joseph and Immaculate Heart of Mary School on Wednesday.
The house where three women were held captive and raped over a decade faces demolition Wednesday morning in Cleveland.
The stove fire spread to the walls, but was quickly put out by the Youngstown Fire Department.
The teachers are currently working under an old contract, which expired June 30.
National Night Out is in its 30th year, and several local communities celebrated with a variety of events.
Local Democrats are calling for an investigation by the Ohio Ethics Commission into the activities of the JobsOhio program.
Warren Council President Bob Dean wants to start a gun buy-back program in the wake of a teen’s shooting death on Friday at Perkins Park.
The iron Roots Urban Farm on the South Side of Youngstown recently received a $296,000 grant, which will be used mostly for programming.
A judge ruled a suspect accused of brutally murdering YSU student Brandy Rosine-Stevens is mentally competent to stand trial.
What girl doesn’t want to get “all-dolled up?” That’s exactly what will happen if you step inside Youngstown’s newest hair salon appropriate…
In light of declining enrollment at Youngstown State University, department heads have been asked to scrutinize their budgets.
Bond was set at $1 million dollars for a man accused of a multiple shooting and arson in Campbell.
If you have an extra buck or two, you might want to take a chance at $400 million.
A house converted into apartments in Hubbard was damaged by fire Tuesday.
Nurses at Northside Hospital have overwhelmingly rejected the hospital’s final offer.
Warren’s ‘Little D-town” crime sweep is part of a record number of firearms arrests in Northern Ohio.
A number of local communities and police departments will host National Night Out events to raise awareness of crime and drug prevention.
NiSource Midstream Services said it will spend $1.5 million to upgrade, resurface and pave several roads in Springfield Township and Poland …
A witness said the driver was hanging out the window after crashing her car into a cement abutment on the Madison Avenue Expressway.
The fire chief said the fire spread quickly because there were 1,200 bales of hay inside the barn.