Minority Health Month should serve as a reminder to get preventative screenings completed.
A sinkhole in Lisbon shuts down a village park.
A group hears from a man who leads a hugely important autism initiative in Pennsylvania.
Fifth Avenue from the Liberty Township border to just north of the YSU campus will get a $1.4 million makeover this summer.
A Hubbard restaurant continues rebuilding two years after it burned.
State Issue 1 is a renewal amendment that will help cities across the state with infrastructure projects.
WaterFire Sharon will take place July 19, Aug. 23 and Sept. 27 in downtown Sharon.
Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley in Youngstown was one of just eight food banks across the nation that was selected for a lar…
The story of a Hubbard man who has been the target of a horn honking harassment campaign for the past several years is going national.
A soldier’s funeral in Hubbard sparked a social media debate over whether the city should have lowered its flag.
A cattle shortage has led to a drastic increase in the price of beef.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, using the website thefire.org, analyzes speech policies on universities across the countr…
Two men arrested on drug charges by Boardman police within a five-day span last month both were indicted Thursday by a Mahoning County grand…
During a March 15 search of Alex Stewart’s vehicle, officers found 10 one-pound bags of marijuana packaged and ready for sale.
The State Fire Marshal is asking for the public’s assistance in nabbing an arsonist responsible for setting fire to a home in Salem.
A Youngstown woman will not serve any jail time for crashing her car into a group of people gathered for a vigil in Youngstown.
WYTV 33 and Panera Bread are proud to announce a new initiative that highlights local schools during WYTV 33 News Daybreak with Len Rome and…
A man is left bloody and unconscious on Austintown’s north-east side overnight after a brutal attack.
Austintown police are investigating an assault that left a man beaten and bloody on the northeast side of the township.
With an assault reported on the Warren bike trail earlier this week, MIll Creek MetroParks police want to assure the public that the park is…