Second Harvest Food Bank and Community Food Warehouse of Mercer County won $60,000 in Wal-Mart’s Fight Hunger, Spark Change campaign.
Rumor churns after students disciplined at Poland Middle School.
Police say the internet is fueling prostitution operations.
About $52.8 million was spent at Hollywood Gaming in September, with $46.8 million paid out in winnings.
A Boardman woman said her boyfriend threatened to kill her and put a pillow over her face.
The warning will be in effect until further notice.
The Struthers fire department greeted students at Struthers Elementary School and talked to them about fire safety and how to escape a fire.
Auditor David Yost made the announcement Tuesday saying the city faces a dire financial challenge.
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force was awarded funding to target impaired drivers.
Many of those showing up Tuesday at the Mahoning County Board of Elections see the extra 28 days to cast ballots as an added convenience.
Nicole Baird’s family members have reported receiving an outpouring of support.
A utility pole was sheared and live wires were down around the damaged vehicle.
Police said the suspect and officer struggled over control of the vehicle while the officer was hanging out of the passenger side window.
The students said they want to send a message to their peers that their vote matters and not just during a presidential election.
Gary Cates, the Board’s Senior Vice Chancellor, paid a visit Monday morning to the Choffin Career and Technical Center in Youngstown.
Habitat for Humanity says 1.6 billion people worldwide do not have adequate shelter.
On Tuesday, YSU students are encouraged to wear purple, which is the national color for anti-bullying.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the Sojourner House held its annual vigil on Monday.
There were reports of spiked drinks at the Mineral Ridge homecoming dance and at least one student has been suspended, but school officials …
The closure of the General Electric plant and the First Place Bank headquarters left hundreds of people without jobs.