Eastern Gateway Community College saw another double-digit enrollment increase this semester.
The Covelli Centre has released more seats for the Elton John concert scheduled for Saturday night.
Police raid a suspected meth lab in Coitsville Township.
A man convicted in a July shooting rampage that injured four people and terrorized children inside a Campbell home was sentenced on Friday.
Drug dealers may be rebranding a deadly heroin blend that is being blamed for 22 overdose deaths in western Pennsylvania.
Britax is recalling about 216,000 strollers because of a risk to partially amputate fingertips.
Amidst the flames and smoke of a house burning to the ground, a veteran fireman approached the house and saved an American flag.
Two women wanted in connection to a shoplifting incident earlier this week at the Eastwood Mall Macy’s turned themselves in to police on Fri…
Thirteen people became American citizens Thursday morning at the Mahoning County Courthouse.
The salt shortage affecting municipalities throughout Northeast Ohio is hitting area plowing businesses even harder.
The Nicholson Center has lost $150,000 from the state that they cannot recoup and could close its doors for good.
Mahoning County Commissioners took a major step forward Thursday to repair and preserve the historical Mahoning County Courthouse.
Schools now have a way to share information on a secure, private network known as Drund.
Youngstown has renewed its food service agreement for the Covelli Centre, and also is moving forward on an amphitheater at the facility.
Income tax collections in Youngstown are about $2 million below what was projected.
A popular restaurant franchise in the area has apparently succumbed to this month’s frigid blast of winter weather.
They say that for every cloud, there is a silver-lining. And that may be the case for a treasured location in the Valley.
January has been a very tragic month on Columbiana County roadways. Six people were killed in four accidents.
Students at Austintown Fitch High School dodge falling water today after several water breaks in the building.
The Ohio Supreme Court will hear complaints in March from Youngstown municipal court judges that their facilities are crumbling.