The Boardman Fire Department said farewell to its assistant chief.
Local businesses and Boy Scout Troop 60 helped build two kennels earlier this month outside the police department.
Thunder Over the Valley is set to return to the Youngstown Air Reserve Station for the first time since 2009.
All the cold we have seen so far this winter season may actually help bring better weather through the rest of winter and early spring.
A Struthers police dispatcher was shocked over the weekend when water from a leaky pipe dropped on electrical equipment.
Students who can’t grasp reading early get more frustrated as they move along in school.
Three people, including a Warren mother and a Fowler couple, are at the Trumbull County Jail on child endangering charges after two separate…
In winters like this one, street department workers are sure to pick up a few hours of overtime. But this year, some are working double shif…
Are shopping malls and small businesses soon to be part of a bygone era? Can brick and mortar stores ever compete with cyber sales?
Residents with fire hydrants on their property are reminded to keep them free of ice and snow.
Vienna police said surveillance video and some detective work helped solve a theft case that occurred on Friday.
A list of items seized last week during a search of Judge Mark Belinky’s office was unsealed Monday.
An Austintown Fitch wrestling coach is facing domestic violence and other charges after an altercation with a woman in a Boardman parking lo…
First Place Bank customers will see some changes beginning Monday.
The Youngstown-Warren Metro Area is one of the least expensive urban areas in the U.S., according to a private data collection firm.
A Youngstown teen pleaded guilty Monday to murder and other charges surrounding a 2012 murder case.
Police departments are putting it on their Facebook pages, schools are hanging posters in the hallways; a conversation is starting and it’s …
A very special church service Sunday evening brought together the voices and instruments that lead worship services all around the Valley.
The snow didn’t stop people from driving to Campbell this weekend for one of the biggest and only winter Greek festivals in town.
The Catholic Diocese of Youngstown celebrated those working in the medical and healthcare professions.