The YSU College Democrats sent a letter to Ohio Gov. John Kasich urging him to reconsider the closing of the Youngstown Development Center.
More than 70 percent of U.S. students who graduate with a bachelor’s degree leave with more than $28,000 in debt.
A contract to have Trumbull County Engineer Randy Smith run both departments could be approved by commissioners on Wednesday.
All-Star Driving School offered some tips for driving during pothole season, especially for teenagers who are still learning the rules of th…
Ghossain’s Gourmet Mediterranean Foods is one of 10 small businesses in the running.
The Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office rounded up a number of unregistered sex offenders Tuesday.
Sheriff Jerry Greene said that local compliance with sex offender registry laws is better than the state average.
Summit County Sheriff Steve Barry called the case a significant seizure, possibly one of the largest ever in the county.
Officers said they got multiple private messages thanks to social media.
The CCA notified the State Department of Corrections.
A roofing contractor told authorities he heard a thud and turned around and found the man unconscious.
Police said the woman fell from an apartment building’s balconies.
The man must register as a Tier II sex offender after his prison term.
The project is expected to change traffic patterns.
The presidential steps aim to crack down on a student loan system known for being complex and confusing to navigate.
Cody Pitts was a 2007 Hubbard High School graduate.
Police said the driver was reaching for coffee.
Two vacant homes burn to the ground on the South side of Youngstown.
The stakes are high for a company that just dislodged AT&T as one of the 30 stocks comprising the venerable Dow Jones industrial average.
He was diagnosed with advanced colon cancer in 2011.
It not 2015 that is worrying council members. It is the 2016 fiscal year because they are expecting huge budget blows that year.
Crews started at 7 a.m. Monday and are working 12-hour shifts to fix the city’s roads.