The city charter calls for redistricting to be done after every census so the wards are evenly divided based on population.
A ruling by PUCO may have cleared the way for an idled Trumbull County steel plant to reopen.
Left End was in an in-your-face rock and roll band popular in the 1970s and 80s and singer Dennis T. Menass was Youngstown’s version of Alic…
Concrete benches, large stones and a bird bath were destroyed at a garden on the North Side a few weeks ago.
Park officials believe the damage was done Saturday after heavy rains.
If the wage is increased to $10 per hour, skilled workers like emergency medical technicians, nursing assistants and others could find thems…
A man wanted for allegedly raping children in Pennsylvania was able to live at area missions while he was on the run despite a background ch…
A Boardman doctor clarifies the risks and treatments for anyone who comes in contact with Listeria.
Will Mahone appeared in Austintown Court on Wednesday, where he pleaded guilty to four misdemeanor charges.
Cries for help in the dark at a Mercer County park sparked a search effort.
Schwebel’s said an independent lab told them more about the bacteria they found at their factory Tuesday.
A well-known national fast food chain is celebrating a milestone birthday. Arby’s, which opened its first store in Boardman, turns 50.
General Motors issued six more recalls on Wednesday, bringing its annual total to 60 recalls covering almost 30 million vehicles.
A judge sentenced a Warren man to jail time after he pleaded guilty to stealing from a 93-year-old woman.
Motorists who travel along one Trumbull County road will have a detour for the next several weeks.
A replacement has not been named for the position of executive director of the Western Reserve Port Authority
Police arrested a Smith Township man Tuesday night after receiving reports that he raped a female relative over a period of seven years.
Two streets will be closed up through Monday morning.
Giant Eagle is reacting to the news that Listeria was found Tuesday at the Youngstown Schwebel’s factory.
About 50 workers will impacted when East Liverpool City Hospital closes its maternity and pediatric wards in August.