The GM Lordstown Complex is a major economic engine in the region, but in the mid-1990s, the company almost walked away from the Valley.
The UAW union has had its ups and downs as it tried to deal with changes at the plant throughout its 50-year history.
Amy Carrier, the first shift trim leader at the plant, said the trim line’s ergonomic design makes it easier for workers.
Greg George, Bruce Kimes and Vince Martini are friends who have worked together at the plant for nearly 40 years and consider each other fam…
Drivers on Route 82 or Route 11 in Trumbull County likely saw a thick cloud of black smoke Thursday afternoon.
According to data released by Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, over 115,000 Democrat voters switched to the Republican party.
Police charged Freeman after a search of a Warren home in March.
Chief John O’Neill was there in 2015 for the fire on Powers Way, and in 2008 for the fire that killed six members of the Crawford family.
Irby was charged after the Youngstown Police Department’s Vice Squad raided her Seneca Street home in March.
Police said Ellis fired a gun in the direction of another man’s car after a reported road rage incident.
Police reported finding crack cocaine, marijuana, thousands of dollars in cash, digital scales, pills and a handgun during a search.
Those from about 10 different departments from across the Valley remembered the 128 officers who were killed on the job last year.
An adult is also charged with assault and open container related to the incident.
Several laptops, worth more than $2,250, were reported stolen.
The special segment takes a look at notable moments throughout the plant’s history, as well as its plans for the future.
Sciortino pleaded guilty to using county-owned office equipment for political purposes last month.
Safer was a CBS News mainstay in 1970 when he joined “60 Minutes,” which had debuted just two years earlier.
Wike is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from State Sen. Capri Cafaro and his 89-year-old grandmother.
Ohio’s Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of a Youngstown man for a rape and homicide that happened more than 30 years ago.
The state will invest more than $2 million in dam repairs at three state parks, including at Lake Milton State Park.
Bernard Weathersbee pleaded not guilty to 17 counts of rape, among other charges, in court Thursday.
Police found the man hiding in the woods.