The North East Ohio Coalition on Rescue and Restore is holding a 24-hour vigil to raise awareness of human trafficking occurring here in the…
From noon to 4 p.m., Family Video in Austintown hosted a Valentine “Treat” Sale for Legacy Dog Rescue.
Although it’s known for its vintage cars, the National Packard Museum has opened its doors for their two-wheeled cousins.
Area boy scouts headed indoors this weekend for their annual pine wood derby.
Governor John Kasich has issued a reprieve for a killer scheduled to die next month.
Boardman High School now will face 21 other regional champions in the 17th annual National Ocean Sciences Bowl at the University of Washingt…
A series of neighborhood meetings is planned to discuss the results of a neighborhood report by the city and YNDC.
The local lawmakers are taking part in the Tribune Chronicle’s annual Fitness Challenge.
A teenage boy and two adults are accused of stealing money from people by pretending to be selling popcorn on behalf of the Boy Scouts.
Mahoning County Probate Judge Mark Belinky is the target of what state and local police are describing as an “ongoing investigation.”
Orlando Montoya, 36, of Cortland, has been indicted by a Mahoning County grand jury on charges he stole $35,000 from a 92-year-old Austintow…
Piles of snow in parking lots should not be any higher than 4 or 5 feet and should be kept back off the intersection so they do not obstruct…
The threshold for wind chill factor set by the NWS when it comes to school delays or closings is 15 degrees below zero.
If you are not careful, one phone call on your cell phone could end up costing you $20 or more.
A Lisbon man was sentenced Friday in the death of a Salem girl.
A Youngstown man has been charged with allegedly beating a woman and holding her in a house for nearly a week.
A Lisbon man has died from injuries he sustained in a head-on collision with a semi-truck.
Two employees and a customer were held at gunpoint during a robbery at a Warren gas station late Thursday.
A common fluid that is used in almost every hospital and health care facility is in short supply.
A North Benton woman who had dozens of dogs taken from her property on neglect allegations has relinquished ownership of all but one of the …