The Ohio Department of Transportation kicked off the 2013 construction season by announcing $2.3 million in new projects.
John Barnes was introduced Thursday as Youngstown State University’s new head women’s basketball coach.
A Leetonia man won $100,000 playing an Ohio Lottery scratch-off game.
Boardman High School’s football team could have a new home.
A Bristolville nurse expected to plead guilty in a murder-for-hire plot is facing new charges that he illegally accessed patient health records at the Cleveland Clinic.
Seniors and residents with disabilities in western Mahoning County now have another option to get out and about.
The 20th annual Holocaust Commemoration service was held Thursday at the Mahoning County Courthouse rotunda.
State legislators met Thursday in Austintown to try and find a way to help find remedies for a proposed Austintown racino to be approved by the state racing commission.
A grand jury investigating possible additional charges in the rape of a 16-year-old girl at a party in Steubenville last summer won’t hear from witnesses for about two weeks after it is convened Monday.
State Route 19 in Coolspring Township is closed while crews clean up downed utility lines.
A deaf Champion man pleaded guilty Thursday to sending sexually explicit text messages to a 12-year-old girl.
Boardman police and fire are investigating a late Wednesday fire on Shelby Road.
Longtime New Castle head football coach Lindy Lauro will be inducted into the WPIAL Hall of Fame in early June.
Three of five inmates at the Youngstown super-maximum security prison sentenced to death for a historic prison riot plan a hunger strike.
The 90-day suspension of a Warren spa was upheld.
A boy who briefly escaped from a western Pennsylvania juvenile detention facility apparently had the munchies.
A look back at the last 10 years of Green Jacket winners.
The Youngstown Fire Department will soon have a new ladder truck, new fire station, and six new firefighters to add to the force.
An estimated $100,000 is owed to the city of Youngstown in unpaid parking tickets, and now an effort is being made to collect the money.
RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — Three men have been accused of stealing items that include a samurai sword — but according to central Wyoming police the suspects weren’t exactly ninjas.
Authorities in Riverton say they tracked the men down