A look at the history of the GM Lordstown Complex, 50 years after the first car rolled off the assembly line.
The swearing-in ceremony for the new Newton Falls fire chief was postponed.
Thiel College made a historic announcement Tuesday, naming its first female president in the college’s 150-year history.
The one-year anniversary of David Denovchek saving little Jamie’s life is just a few days away.
A tractor-trailer accident on Route 422 in Southington Township tied up traffic Tuesday morning.
There have no been no illnesses reported and the recall was initiated out of an abundance of caution.
James Artrup reportedly told his girlfriend he went fishing Sunday night. When he didn’t return, a widespread search was conducted.
The accident happened during the “Good Neighbor Stunt Show,” at an Atlanta-area airport.
Leechburg police were made aware of the allegations last week when a teacher called a child-abuse hotline.
Police say the school principal solicited a minor online.
Investigators said the engineer was so consumed by radio chatter about rock-throwing that he didn’t realize he was approaching a sharp curve…
Delicate plants need protection through the fluctuating temperatures of spring.
A Youngstown cab driver is recovering after being attacked in his cab.
The United Way of the Mahoning Valley hosted its 11th annual “Champions Among Us” fundraiser Monday evening at The Lake Club.
16 people spoke during the public comment session at Monday night’s meeting of the Mill Creek MetroParks Board of Commissioners.
The Champion Board of Education received final approval to buy 20.9 acres for a planned $31.3 million PK-8 school complex.
A Poland Seminary High School junior noticed a discrepancy between school policy and Ohio state law.
The speakers included Ray Romano, her TV son; CBS head Les Moonves; and “Frasier” star David Hyde Pierce.
The TSA’s own estimate is that baggage fees mean 27-percent more carry-on bags, causing longer lines and wait times than check points withou…
Trump took offense when Kelly confronted him in the first primary debate about crude remarks he’d made about women.
More than a dozen nurses obtained pins marking their entrance to the registered nursing profession.
Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor recognized middle and high school students who are taking a stand against drugs.