She will also represent the Warren Tribune Chronicle in the National Spelling Bee in Washington this May.
The investigation into the source of the leak is expected to continue on Tuesday.
During Monday’s township trustee meeting, one trustee said the signs have “become a nuisance.”
Monsignor John Zuraw, chancellor of the Diocese of Youngstown, said the diocese does not have a secret archive, nor does it have secret file…
The average daily payout of the video slot machines was $304 in February, according to Ohio Lottery information.
The victim told police he was stabbed by an unknown man, who attacked him near the Avon Oaks apartment complex.
ODOT crews will be upgrading culverts and performing vegetation management work between Route 9 at Hanoverton and Route 172, just west of Li…
The Ohio Department of Transportation is closing the ramp that goes from I-80 westbound to state Route 11 south in Austintown.
Detectives are still following leads in the now year-old murder case of Cody Pitts.
Police said while at the jail, the suspect was asked if he had any weapons and responded, “I left my knives and nunchucks at home.”
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is raising the minimum wage by nearly $3 an hour for state government employees and contractors.
The group pushing for the resignation of Mill Creek Park’s executive director met to discuss how it would approach the Park Board next week.
The crash shut down traffic going both north and south on Market Street near Auburndale Avenue
Investigators were back at the scene of a deadly crash that happened last week in Warren.
The Mahoning County Board of Development Disabilities is encouraging the community to get to know someone with a disability.
The mystery as to what caused the deaths of about 25 crows on Interstate 680 in Youngstown has been solved, for the most part.
Police have not arrested anyone in connection with the event.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is asking people to wear orange on Monday, March 7.
The training is part of the ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) active shooter program.
The president and CEO of Mercy Health announced Monday that he is retiring, effective Jan. 31, 2017.