One of four people charged during a meth lab bust at an East Washington Street apartment last year, pleaded guilty to several drug charges.
Sebring Village Council met Monday night to discuss its water issues and to approve the hiring of a temporary water treatment plant operator…
Combined with earlier tests, 588 of 619 samples have been below the federal allowable limits.
Niles Mayor Tom Scarnecchia says, without the levy, the city faces additional police and fire department layoffs, as well as layoffs of city…
Adrienne Toth’s family and friends are mounting a new effort in the battle against cancer.
The Army’s PAYS program is a way for Army recruits to learn skills they can use in other career fields.
The fire was reported around 4:30 p.m. Monday at the Camelot Trailer Park on state Route 170, just north of Springfield Local High School.
WKBN talked to the experts about what side effects someone who has been administered naloxone may experience.
The Mahoning County Engineer’s Office has used only $5,000 of overtime — compared to $22,000 at this time last year.
On Monday, organizers of a Ohio Division of Wildlife project dumped more than 150 recycled Christmas trees into Berlin Lake.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating the accident.
Prospective applicants are required to take a civil service exam. The next exam will be given on March 5.
Police in Kent are investigating the fatal shooting of a Kent State University student who was found dead inside an apartment.
A teen was dragged out of a home in Girard with deadly levels of carbon dioxide.
The state Department of Health recommended the remaining residents — less than 20 — be relocated to other homes over the next 30 days.
The students of St. Rose School in Girard celebrated Heart Health Day by raising money for the American Heart Association.
Youngstown Police confirmed that the infant died early Sunday on the south side of Youngstown.
A tractor trailer caught fire Monday morning on the Ohio Turnpike.
The home sustained extensive damage. No injuries were reported.
As vape shops in the Valley continue to open, do electronic cigarettes really offer a safe alternative to traditional cigarettes.