Ginny Pasha, a lifelong Trumbull County resident, will be the first female CEO in the organization’s 90-year history.
Mary Pappas of Boardman has written a memoir about her journey through six bouts of cancer.
The National Restaurant Association is predicting the food-service industry alone could be adding about half-a-million people across the cou…
The Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley is pitching in to help those affected by the devastating tornado that swept through Moor…
A Cleveland man is being held in the Trumbull County jail, accused of threatening people with a gun while on a bus.
Warren police are investigating the theft of a dozen propane tanks from a pharmacy.
A Warren grandmother was attacked with a hammer by two people while walking home.
School is wrapping up for the summer but there’s still some time for that one last homework assignment.
Two parents face charges after authorities say motorists spied a 10-year-old girl riding in a dog cage in the back of a pickup truck in west…
A Salem trailer manufacturing business was cited by federal inspectors for safety violations that could cost the company more than $50,000.
A local bank donated $10,000 to Big Brothers and Big Sisters of the Mahoning Valley.
A driver turned left in front of another vehicle, causing a three-car crash early Tuesday.
The second largest union at General Motors in Lordstown swore in their new president on Tuesday.
Four Youngstown police officers were promoted on Tuesday during a ceremony at City Hall.
The Brookfield Local School District’s first school levy in nearly two decades passed by a single vote after provisional and absentee ballot…
The state Senate is preparing to release its changes to Ohio’s sweeping two-year budget.
An Ashtabula County man will spend the next seven years in prison for extorting more than $100,000 from a Jefferson Catholic priest.
Two people died and another was injured late Monday after a head-on crash in Berlin Township.
Employees from a local Family Video store lend a hand to the victims of last week’s tornados in Oklahoma.
Two people were hospitalized Monday after a traffic crash in Bazetta Township.