Plenty of Valley residents included an authentic Mexican meal as part of their Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
Lordstown Mayor Arno Hill said for as long as he can remember, the Lord’s Prayer has been a part of the village council meetings.
The content of the prayers is not significant as long as they do not denigrate non-Christians or try to win converts, the court said in a 5-…
Niles Treasurer Bob Swauger said they are putting in a new software system that will update account information between the auditor and the …
Oakhill Renaissance Place has gone without a cafeteria for nearly 20 years when it was formerly the South Side Hospital.
To see Jim Tressel’s open forum and interview in its entirety, watch the attached video.
Four air conditioning units were stolen over the weekend from New Jerusalem Fellowship Church in Warren.
Youngstown officials are hoping a new campaign will encourage more local businesses to create websites.
Political experts said low turnout is typical for a primary year with no major statewide issues on the ballot.
An Akron University communications worker said that the school’s board of trustees will meet in executive session Monday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.…
Monday is the deadline for non-party, or independent candidates to try and get on the November ballot.
Police in Ohio are combing through a Veterans Affairs medical center after getting reports of shots being fired at the complex.
JIm Tressel is the first of three top candidates to make a case for the YSU President’s job.
Austintown Local Schools Superintendent Vince Colaluca confirmed Monday morning that an Austintown High School teacher is on administrative …
Valley icon and well-known businessman Albert Covelli Sr. has passed away Saturday at his home on the Florida coast.
The renewal of a public works program in Ohio is drawing last-minute pitches from both sides of the ballot issue.
Gas prices in Ohio are down to start the work week.
WYTV 33 and Panera Bread are proud to announce a new initiative that highlights local schools during WYTV 33 News Daybreak with Len Rome and…
Jim Tressel is back on the campus of YSU to give his pitch for why he should be the school’s next president.
Local election officials make the final preparations for tomorrow’s primary voting. Dennis Biviano tells us what to expect.