Since the district built a new K-12 campus on state Route 46, some members in the community would like to see the stadium on that campus.
Between Jan. 1, 2012 and July 31, 2014, the man reportedly stole more than $7,500 from the Columbiana First United Methodist Church.
Effective January 11, the division will move from its current location on High Street to 159 E. Market St., Suite 200, in Warren.
Luke Newbold announced his departure from Columbiana County EMA on December 30.
Twelve eateries will compete in pizza challenge.
Tax filing begins January 19. Andrew Reigstad, owner of Tax 29, says there are a few things you need to know before filing this year.
State Fire Marshal Fire Prevention Chief Frank Conway sat down with WKBN to talk about the state’s new fire safety campaign.
There was a morning service at Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church.
Police say the victim was intoxicated, so she faces charges.
Youngstown police are investigating the Thursday morning accident.
The pair is suspected in a couple of vehicle break-ins in the township.
Power is back on at the the Oak Hill Ave. building. It was closed on Thursday.
The woman is in jail; the child is with Children’s Services.
Sheely’s has been run by the Sheely family since it first opened in the 1950’s.
Market Street heading into downtown is considered the “front door” of the city. But for years, the view hasn’t exactly been a grand entrance…
Columbiana Buick Cadillac Chevrolet asked crossings to be silenced to keep the business from relocating due to “excessive” train noise.
Divers and others had been searching around the Jennings Randolph bridge over the Ohio River.
A Farrell woman faces charges in connection with the incident.
The Ohio Development Services Agency awarded $9 million to 34 communities across the state, including Niles and Girard.
Kirila Fire donated what would have cost the department $400,000 to $500,000. It will be used by the Howland Fire Training Center.