Monday was move-in day for the staff of three Youngstown departments.
Sen. Sherrod Brown said the Obama administration needs to avoid taking action solely on its own.
A man who was shot and killed in Youngstown was set to stand trial in connection wtih a 2012 murder.
Brown said many veterans and their families face problems enrolling in college classes.
The emergency started at 1 p.m. Monday, Feb. 2.
Police said weather conditions did not cause the accident.
A woman jumped from a moving van after police spotted it circling a Youngstown neighborhood.
This week is about raising awareness about heart failure.
Boy Scout pack leaders emphasize how important faith is to both Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts.
The success of the game helps them continue to provide support for the children.
Leaders at the Youngstown schools say they are looking all around the valley for new students.
Army soldiers of the 1st battalion 107th Field Artillery welcomed their new commander Sunday.
A sweet event Saturday in Youngstown included 7,000 cookies to taste and nibble on.
Four dogs are on quite a journey this weekend, heading to Connecticut.
Dressed in red to raise awareness, more than 20 women gathered in Youngstown for the Pink Goes Red event at the YWCA.
Niles resident George Davis held a fundraiser Saturday for a little boy he hardly knows.
Youngstown State University students and volunteers began their tax preparation program Saturday.
Getting ready for school was the goal Saturday at the inaugural Trumbull County Kindergarten Transition Fair.
About 60 Scouts raced their cars that they have been working on since December.
Police have confirmed that Dejuan Thomas, died at Saint Elizabeth’s hospital with a bullet wound in his chest.