The hospital is kicking off Breast Cancer Awareness Month a little early with a run on Saturday and bra design contest.
A volunteer chair of Trump’s Mahoning County campaign has resigned after backlash over comments she made to The Guardian.
Some street lights were knocked out after a crash Thursday morning at the corner of Belmont Avenue and Wirt Boulevard.
Warren Police are investigating a shooting after a man showed up at the hospital on Tuesday with a gunshot wound.
The boil alert is in effect until further notice.
Technology is everywhere, and kids know how to use it. That means teachers are changing what they do and how they do it.
The program pairs students up with work and mentoring opportunities
City council set aside $375,000 to buy Bertha Tillis’ house and the whole neighborhood to build an industrial park.
The purpose of the City Club of the Mahoning Valley is to serve as a non-partisan forum for open debates and an exchange of ideas.
Burton told The Associated Press that she and her lawyer settled a federal civil rights lawsuit in Youngstown, Ohio.
Both the driver and passenger on the motorcycle were injured and taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital.
The Move Over Law is in place to protect troopers, but hundreds of them around the country are still hit by drivers breaking it each year.
Farmers National Bank CEO Kevin Helmick said it’s important to learn how to reduce your risk of a data breach.
When Smart was 14, she was kidnapped from her home and raped for nine months before being rescued.
Richard Schiff, Bradley Whitford, Joshua Malina and Mary McCormack will be in Boardman Saturday.
A development company bought the Metroplex Complex on Motor Inn Drive in March of 2015.
Wednesday, members of the Western Reserve Port Authority agreed to operate the facility for at least the next six months.
Chromium-6 is known to cause damage when it is breathed in or swallowed, such as lung cancer and liver damage.
The memorial includes 87 posts — one for each Department of Transportation employee who died since 1970.
The case went cold for 19 years but when detectives reopened it for the third time last year, they finally got a break.