On this day, there would be no talk of terminal illness.
The officers were trapped after a semi carrying bees overturned on Interstate 35.
See a retrospective of the highway’s history.
Giving local seniors and their family members peace of mind is what is behind a new program in Boardman Township
Tests confirm that the level of a chemical found in Youngstown’s drinking water is significantly dropping.
The Kennedy Center has chosen Warren as the 20th site and first school district in Ohio for Ensuring the Arts for Any Given Child.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Police arrested Marc Schadel early Wednesday evening after a series of chases with police.
Three Dog Night has postponed several upcoming concert dates including their scheduled performance at Stambaugh Auditorium.
Saturday, Sept. 26, marked National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
A Berlin Township man accused of neglecting his dogs is free on bond after a court appearance Tuesday night.
Plant-level union leaders were summoned to Detroit for a meeting Thursday to decide the next move.
The quake happened just after 10:30 p.m. Tuesday night, with the epicenter being located in Freeport, Ohio, in Harrison County.
A Youngstown woman wanted in connection to an attempted murder in Youngstown was arrested near Cleveland Tuesday night.
A judge has sentenced a Cleveland woman to 18 months in prison for inciting two 12-year-old girls to beat up an autistic child earlier this …
A Vatican spokesman didn’t deny the encounter took place but said Wednesday in Rome he had no comment on the topic.
More than 300 schools were selected nationwide based on academic excellence.
The only woman on Georgia’s death row was executed early Wednesday, making her the first woman put to death by the state in seven decades.
The Youngstown fire chief thinks someone may be targeting vacant houses to get them torn down.
Gissendaner would be the first woman executed in the state in 70 years.
The governor vetoed the package, saying it would increase the state’s deficit and harm its credit rating.
Approximately 500 to 600 people were in attendance to hear from incumbent Mayor Doug Franklin and hopeful Dennis Blank, who is running as an…