The United Way of Youngstown is offering up a new program to get Valley children to pick up a book.
Youngstown fire officials said a blaze at a duplex on the city’s North Side early Wednesday morning was intentionally set.
Tuesday was the 10th and final neighborhood meeting, where data and trends were outlined in a neighborhood conditions report.
Entering its seventh year overall, Farm to You is starting a pilot program at YSU.
The Youngstown Ostomy Support Group fluctuates in size, but a normal meeting usually has about a dozen people attend on a monthly basis.
The Town Crier hosted its inaugural “20 Under Twenty” awards at The Georgetown Banquet Center in Boardman.
Animal Charity of Mahoning County filed charges in Sebring Court for animal cruelty Tuesday.
PennDOT said 1,208 traffic deaths occurred on Pennsylvania’s roads, which is the lowest number since record keeping began in 1928.
The city of Warren went almost 100 days this year without a homicide. Monday night, a man died and a woman was injured in a home invasion.
The Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office and a Pennsylvania kennel are teaming up to keep K-9 handlers up to date on their commands and skills f…
s the campaign for a hotly contested judicial seat continues, issues with some political ads are raising questions about one of the candidat…
The IRS had already received 82 million electronically-filed tax returns this year as of March 28.
Randy Dunn’s time as president of Youngstown State University is over, and now the process of packing up and moving out of his state-paid ho…
A deal is nearly in place to provide another way for folks receiving government assistance to meet their requirements.
Downtown Youngstown’s Trinity United Methodist Church now hosts a weekly service where people are invited to pray for the city.
Cadets training at Youngstown State University to become police officers are getting hands on experience you won’t find anywhere else in Ohi…
Preparing for a disaster often includes conducting a mock drill but even the mock drill takes planning.
Minority Business Assistance Centers are ready to serve business needs in counties across Ohio.
Tuesday, Judge James Evans sentenced Michael Johnson, accused of vehicular homicide in a Feb. 2013 hit-and-run case
Mill Creek MetroParks is showing off its new trolley tour.