The third and final candidate for president of Youngstown State University will address students, faculty and staff on Wednesday.
The third and final interview forum for the last of the candidates for YSU’s president, visits the campus today.
The race many people will be talking about today, is the defeat of the renewal sales tax levy in Mahoning County. Dennis Biviano gives us th…
Police said a domestic incident apparently preceded a shooting on South Edgehill Drive in Austintown.
The complete but unofficial results are in for Trumbull and Columbiana Counties Tuesday.
Cardinal Mooney rallied to score four un-answered runs and beat Howland, 4-3 at Segall Field Tuesday.
The Girard baseball team scored five runs in the top of the 6th inning, and defeated LaBrae, 9-5 Tuesday at Eastwood Field.
Funeral services are set for valley pioneer and businessman Albert Covelli Sr.
Final results are in for the 2014 primary election in Mahoning County, and Susan Maruca, Anthony Donofrio and Michele Lepore-Hagan are among…
Kentucky Head Football Coach and Cardinal Mooney graduate Mark Stoops has received a contract extension.
Springfield’s Dalton Danochie is a contender for this year’s Diamond Kings.
Some local nurses are celebrating National Nurses Week, not by taking time out for themselves, but by giving back to others.
Tribune Chronicle assistant metro editor Burt Cole can add published author to his repertoire.
The University of Akron’s Board of Trustees will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. for an executive session under an Ohio Revised Code rule which allo…
Under Ohio law, it can take cities weeks or even months to pass legislation, unless it’s an emergency. The city of Niles did that 85 percent…
Four Youngstown Democrats will seek to take the next step in their effort to get elected Tuesday, as one man and three women fight for the O…
Ohio voters will only see one statewide issue on the ballot, and voters who ask for a Democratic ballot will choose who will face incumbent …
Voters in Mahoning and Trumbull counties will be voting on a candidate for Probate Judge.
The charter amendment was defeated twice at the polls already, once in last year’s May primary and again in November.
Bond issues to build new schools in Austintown and Mathews were soundly defeated at the polls on Tuesday.