Students get new bikes

Students in Campbell earned new bikes for passing both the reading and the math parts of the Ohio Achievement Assessment in fourth grade.

Concessions boost teams

At nearly every football field in the area, spectators can find booster club volunteers working the concession stands to raise money for the…

Saturday, September 28

Today is Saturday, September 28, the 271st day of 2013. There are 94 days left in the year. Highlights in history on this date: 1066 – Willi…

Police probe bar assault

Police said a man was severely beaten at the Wonder Bar in Girard Tuesday night and employees there cleaned him up and told him to drive hom…

Former chief gets sendoff

Danny Merwin worked as a firefighter for 37 years before becoming chief in 1990. He died of cancer earlier this week.

Funeral home prompts calls

Girard police have received dozens of calls from people over McClurkin Funeral Home at 222 S. Main Street since it was revealed the business…

MCBDD director placed on leave

The board’s attorney confirmed Friday that Director Larry Duck has been placed on paid administrative leave following a meeting Thursday nig…

Chaney starts Code Academy

Junior Achievement of the Mahoning Valley and the Youngstown Business Incubator teamed up to create the Youngstown Code Academy, a 10-week a…

Tension grows in crash probe

A statement released Friday afternoon by Coitsville Police Chief Mike Morris complains about the way his cruiser’s dashboard camera and reco…

Upgrades eyed for Route 422

The U.S. Route 422 corridor through Mahoning and Trumbull counties could be getting a facelift.