The Youngstown Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a summer camp program this summer.
A Youngstown father was indicted Thursday for violently shaking his 4-month-old daughter to death.
Nine new United States citizens were naturalized Thursday during a ceremony at the Mahoning County Probate Court.
A tree trimmer was working in the downtown New Castle area when a tree fell through a transmission line.
The Mahoning Valley College Access Program honored 20 students with its Last Dollar Scholarship.
A Youngstown talk show host is hopeful her show will be picked up nationally.
The man accused of shooting four family members and then himself in Campbell last weekend has been indicted by a Mahoning County grand jury.
Struthers City Councilman Robert Stouffer is resigning his position.
Three people were arrested Thursday in connection with the murder of a Yellow Creek Township woman in 2011.
Owners of a Warren machine shop are facing felony charges for defrauding the Bureau of Worker’s Compensation.
A Boardman man is facing federal charges for aiming a laser pointer at an emergency helicopter approaching Akron Children’s hospital in Boardman.
A man caught hiding from federal charges in Salem was sentenced Thursday to two years in federal prison for his role in an expansive drug trafficking ring that took heroin from Chicago and sold it in Youngstown and Warren.
Voters in the Canfield School District could face a levy campaign this fall.
St. Elizabeth Health Center received an award this morning for their work to improve care for heart attack patients.
Declining revenues for Penn National Gaming’s casinos and racinos have caused the company to scale back the number of slot machines at the racino in Austintown set to open next year.
A former six-term Struthers mayor died at the age of 102 on Wednesday.
East Liverpool police are searching for a man they believe shot someone on Wednesday.
A Salem man is facing charges for stealing 30 catalytic converters from an auto salvage yard in Little Beaver Township.
The General Motors Lordstown plant will be idle on the week of Aug. 26, according to sources.
The Ohio Department of Transportation is seeking the public’s input on a $1.7 million project that will install noise walls along Interstate Route 76 in the Lake Milton area.