A Leetonia parent donated an $11,000 wireless emergency alert triggers for the school district.
WKBN is disputing a claim by Youngstown officials that they acted correctly in barring reporters from a meeting between city council and Cardinal Mooney officials.
Buckeye Transfer, located in Columbiana, is a top finalist for the Ohio Chamber of Commerce’s Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award.
Nearly $8,000 in cash and 200 condoms were found during a raid of a Braceville spa last week.
Police in Warren are searching for a suspect who entered a convenient store Monday night and robbed a clerk at knife-point.
A driver was hospitalized following a 2 p.m. crash on the Route 711 entrance ramp from Interstate 80.
A Warren home was shot several times Tuesday, according to reports.
East Palestine’s longtime boys’ basketball coach Tom Bingham resigned following 16 years of service.
An Alabama man indicted in a 2009 shooting was arrested Tuesday in Niles.
Man’s best friend got a big boost from Home Savings and Loan Tuesday. The Mahoning County office handed over a $6,100 to Animal Charity.
According to St. Clair Township police, the Walmart on Dresean Avenue was evacuated Tuesday morning after a suspicious device was found in the store.
CZESTOCHOWA, Poland (AP) — Workers are putting the finishing touches on a new statue of the late Pope John Paul II that its backer is calling the tallest one of the pontiff in the world.
The 13.8-meter (45.3-foot)
James Donofrio, who went missing Sept. 26, 2011, was confirmed found Tuesday. His body was found more than one year ago, but West Virginia investigators confirmed his identity on Tuesday.
The adoptive parents of a then-9-month-old girl who was raped by her biological parents during what was supposed to be a supervised visit at the Trumbull County Children Services building have sued the agency and three employees for $3 million.
The father of a Warren man accused of fatally stabbing a 71-year-old man warned police his son was going to kill someone the day before the man was found dead.
Jefferson utilized a six-run third inning to turn away Girard.
The majority of funds for the new Niles McKinley High School are coming from the Ohio School Facilities Commission, which paid 71 percent of the cost. The rest is from a bond issue passed by voters.
Rebels score seven runs in the 5th inning to help defeat Mineral Ridge, 11-3.
Poland remains undefeated on the year after a 10-5 victory over Fitch.
Youngstown voters will decide in May whether to approve a Community Bill of Rights which would ban fracking within the city limits. Monday, both sides debated the issue at a candidate’s forum at New Bethel Baptist Church.