Students at Columbiana High School came up with a unique way this year to get students fully involved in their annual food drive – make it a…
Attorneys for Donna Roberts are asking the Supreme Court to hear her case again.
Even though JAC Management has alleviated the city’s financial burden by running the hall, Warren doesn’t know if it can meet JAC’s financia…
The board voted Monday to put money towards certain staff’s training to become certified arborists.
Reports say Valley native Eddie DeBartolo Jr. has interest in assembling an ownership group to potentially purchase the Carolina Panthers.
Mayor John McNally said Dave Bozanich has helped strengthen the city over the years.
The Ohio Lottery has a new change to make it easier to purchase tickets, but some worry it could encourage problem gamblers.
Workers clocked out for the last time at the BWAY plant, which the company announced it was closing just a month after buying it.
The Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley and the Salvation Army’s donation goals have fallen short as Christmas approaches.
Tyler McVicker is able to make house payments and pay for school, thanks to the money generated from his YouTube channel.
A vote was made by Supreme Court’s “Board of Professional Conduct” for the Oakhill Renaissance scandal.
A Jamestown man is facing several charges, including unlawful contact with a minor.
Those interested in being considered for the position must notify Dave Betras by Wednesday, January 3.
Police caught Pedro Rodriguez after a chase into Youngstown’s east side, where they said he ditched a car in a field and tried to run away.
SMARTS is now on the first floor of the Ohio One Building.
That, and other crime reported in Girard over the past week.
Six people in Mahoning County have been hospitalized so far this year due to the flu.
Mahoning County Sheriff’s deputies found Kennedy on the side of the road, where her vehicle was stuck in the snow.
That, and other crime reported in Canfield.
Bluto, 14, was seized by Columbiana County’s Dog Warden a month ago. His body’s breaking down after years of neglect.
A man is in custody after a police chase ended in a crash.
The Leo and Bell families accepted posthumous degrees for their late children at YSU’s 2017 Fall Commencement.