Locally, the Sears in New Castle was listed among the closures.
A study from the American Lung Association says Beaver County and southwestern Pennsylvania are among the worst areas in the country for air…
Police said a man brought a dual flashlight/taser to the Trumbull County Juvenile Detention Center on Wednesday.
On May 7 and 8, state residents are invited to take part in the annual free fishing weekend, according to a press release from the ODNR.
The Trumbull County OVI Task Force will have a checkpoint Thursday evening in Cortland, according to Officer Ben Harrell, Warren Police Depa…
Police said a 21-year-old Farrell man was shot through the hand, and a bullet grazed his stomach.
Investigators haven’t been able to connect the two incidents, but officials from both agencies are asking the public for information.
The second phase of the Lily Pond improvement project begins Monday, with updates to the parking lot.
Hundley is charged with killing Erika Huff last November inside her Youngstown home
Sister Jerome is the founder of the Mill Creek Children’s Center, the Youngstown Community School and Sister Jerome’s Poor.
The robber got away with several hundred dollars in cash but not before he was captured on surveillance video.
Mahoning County Auditor Ralph Meacham wants to come up with an idea of just how much the facility has cost over the years.
Thursday, Mahoning County Commissioners approved a number of road closings happening over the next few months.
Dellick’s attorney said he was cited for possession of marijuana and littering by the Mill Creek Park Police.
Police said the suspect forced his way into his ex-girlfriend’s Liberty apartment, beat her and threatened to kill her teenage daughter.
The cause of the stoppage is due to supply chain issues related to recent earthquakes in Japan.
Applications are being taken under an open enrollment lottery system. More information is available on the school’s website.
Number one on the most miserable sports cities list is Buffallo, New York.
Pop music superstar Prince died at his home in suburban Minneapolis on April 21, 2016. He was 57.
Prince left behind a treasure trove of music including “Little Red Corvette,” “Raspberry Beret” and “Kiss” to name just a few.
Pop music superstar Prince died at his home in suburban Minneapolis Thursday and stars and fans alike quickly took to social media to rememb…
The pop star’s publicist confirmed that he died in Minnesota Thursday afternoon.