Holly Welch, the curriculum supervisor for the Youngstown City Schools, received the honor.
It is Karen Infante Allen of Niles, who currently serves as the Trumbull County Clerk of Courts.
The Greenville Senior Community Center in Mercer County was among 36 senior centers across Pennsylvania to receive more than $2 million in s…
Being a successful income producing property owner takes time and effort, according to Chad Cromer of Community First Real Estate.
There is a way to cash in on the drilling boom without worrying about mineral rights: real estate.
Ohio task forces seized over 20,000 pounds of marijuana in 2013, making it the most-commonly-seized drug in the state for 2013, according to…
An eighth grader from Howland has been studying hard as he prepares to compete in a national spelling bee competition.
Volunteers and workers that helped to make United Way projects succeed in Trumbull County were honored Thursday.
Local veterans say they are disturbed by the stories they’ve been hearing about VA hospitals.
While Memorial Day policing efforts will be beefed up across the nation, statistics show Ohio officers will be busier than most.
Eastern Gateway Community College announced a tentative plan to move from its location at Courthouse Square in Warren later this summer.
A Youngstown man is facing rape charges surrounding assaults on three girls under 13 years old.
The fire ignited Thursday morning at a house on Council Rock Ave.
The casino industry’s main lobbying group has quietly ended its efforts to legalize online gambling as its members stake starkly different p…
The price of gasoline should look familiar to many drivers this Memorial Day. For the third year in a row, the national average will be with…
A 20-year-old man has been sentenced to seven to 14 years in state prison for fatally shooting his stepfather during a dispute over a televi…
The mother of a young Akron man killed in a car crash after she says police chased him at speeds of 90 mph without probable cause and left h…
While the school year is winding down, the Warren City Health Department is already looking to the next school year.
A non-profit group is offering free medical and dental services in Warren.
Youngstown arson investigator Alvin Ware told WKBN that a man accidentally started a fire at a Youngstown house Thursday.