Commissioners are trying to avoid a projected $6.5 million shortfall in 2015.
A Hubbard man that left for work on Wednesday afternoon and was reported missing has returned home.
Thursday was a very important day for three children in the special needs and medically fragile Pre-K unit at McGuffey Elementary.
YSU officials lay the numbers for layoffs and eliminated positions at the university.
Jurors turned in a guilty verdict on one of three murder charges in the Toney trial Friday.
It’s that time of year again to start thinking about the Canfield Fair.
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 groundbreaking is being held for a facility thats going to help patients with alcohol and drug abuse.
Police say a 6-year-old girl in southwest Ohio suffered critical injuries when she was mauled by two pit bull dogs.
State aviation officials say a new prison planned in western Pennsylvania about a half-mile away from an airport will have to be shifted to …
Exal Corp. workers will not be represented by the Teamsters union.
Bill Johnson of Austintown said his water bill is rarely more than $40, but he received a bill on Wednesday for $177.
Former downtown events director Lyndsey Hughes will receive a $72,000 settlement over a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against a former may…
The cycling event was canceled because of a lack of event sponsorship, specifically a title sponsor.
A Warren man was killed Wednesday morning when his motorcycle overturned on U.S. Route 30.
The new building will provide better handicap accessibility for disabled veterans and more parking than the current location.
Trace, a black Labrador Retriever, is the newest member of the Trumbull County Fire Investigation Unit.
A Boardman Shepherd of the Valley resident got to step back into her favorite past time.
Generous individuals have been leaving cash in envelopes and tipping off their locations on social media. And now it is here in the Valley.
Online ordering and shipping directly from stores is part of the reason the Toys ‘R’ Us distribution center in Youngstown is closing.