The teens told authorities they had planned since early May to smother the Severances with pillows as they slept, but the effort was complic…
Witnesses described an explosion and thick plumes of smoke.
According to the indictment, James McBride issued nearly 900 fraudulent diplomatic credentials he sold to people at hotel seminars and throu…
Final passage came after lawmakers sought to ensure additional legislative control over $300 million set aside in the budget measure for a M…
Both the Senate and House approved the changes, which Gov. John Kasich is expected to sign.
Exal Corp. workers will not be represented by the Teamsters union.
Bill Johnson of Austintown said his water bill is rarely more than $40, but he received a bill on Wednesday for $177.
Former downtown events director Lyndsey Hughes will receive a $72,000 settlement over a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against a former may…
The cycling event was canceled because of a lack of event sponsorship, specifically a title sponsor.
A Warren man was killed Wednesday morning when his motorcycle overturned on U.S. Route 30.
The new building will provide better handicap accessibility for disabled veterans and more parking than the current location.
Trace, a black Labrador Retriever, is the newest member of the Trumbull County Fire Investigation Unit.
A Boardman Shepherd of the Valley resident got to step back into her favorite past time.
Generous individuals have been leaving cash in envelopes and tipping off their locations on social media. And now it is here in the Valley.
Online ordering and shipping directly from stores is part of the reason the Toys ‘R’ Us distribution center in Youngstown is closing.
A road is closed in Lawrence County after a discovery in a farmer’s field.
Fresh, healthy and local is the idea behind a farmers market hosted by two local hospitals.
A Boardman woman was indicted by a federal grand jury for having sex with an inmate while employed at the private prison in Youngstown.
Sunoco Logistics will completely repave and restore roadways near a work site in Ellsworth Township.
Girl Scout CEO talks with students about bullying and answers questions about reorganization throughout the council.