One man was injured in a stabbing on Youngstown's South Side Monday.
The Senate sided with traditional retailers and financially strapped state and local governments Monday by passing a bill that would widely …
In its heyday, the Route 422 strip that ran from Alberini’s in Niles to the Brown Derby in Warren featured the finest restaurants anywhere. …
Hundreds of people poured into a New Castle church Monday to say goodbye to Shenango Township police officer Jerry McCarthy.
Niles police is asking residents to be on the lookout for suspicious activity after a string of burglaries in the city.
A Mahoning Valley man said on Monday he will donate a family burial plot to the alleged Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, whose fami…
Nearly 350 students were evacuated from the Youngstown Community School on the city’s South Side after a threat was found written on a bathr…
The fourth annual Economic Development Summit was held in Columbiana County Monday.
Former Youngstown police chief Jimmy Hughes on Monday filed petitions to run in the November general election for Youngstown mayor.
Gov. John Kasich will be part of a ribbon-cutting ceremony tomorrow at Exterran's new oil and gas treatment equipment fabricating facility i…
The Youngstown Development Center in Mineral Ridge received $464,000 in state funding to replace generators.
Trumbull Memorial Hospital has two new executives.
A warehouse at Henley's Truck Covers in Edinburg was destroyed by a fire on Monday.
Youngstown's parking ticket amnesty program brought in $40,000 in unpaid violations this weekend.
Board of Election officials started counting absentee ballots and preparing for Tuesday's primary election.
Neshannock Township police charged an 18-year-old man with raping a 14-year-old disabled teenager.
A Warren man is facing charges after being accused of stabbing another man in the chest with a broken bottle during a bar fight.
Jury panels C, D and E still need to report to the Mahoning County courthouse Monday morning, even though the phone lines have been down.
Local artists displayed their work Sunday during the Spring Open Studio and Art Sale.
The Valley celebrated Mexican heritage and culture with Cinco de Mayo celebrations lasting through the day and night.