The victim was among three people arrested during a July 11 drug raid on Commerce Street in Wellsville.
The Ohio AFL-CIO is rallying communities across the state with the message that “Right to Work” is wrong.
The Youngstown Business Incubator is planning to renovate a historical downtown building and expand its campus to a fifth building.
Andrew Scott, 20, pleaded to a bill of information Tuesday morning on a charge of attempted felonious assault.
The woman told officers she hit the suspect in the head with a coffee mug to defend herself from his attack.
The Capital Bill funding list submitted to the Ohio General Assembly on Tuesday included five economic development projects for Mahoning and…
Anthony Saadey said the newly opened Anthony’s Italian Grill and Pub on U.S. Route 224 is just too similar to his business and has confused …
The last time Ohio’s jail standards were updated was in 2003.
Organizers of the government’s health care reform package originally wanted to sign up at least seven million people by March 31, but less t…
Wellsville’s Nate Scott was named 1st team All-Ohio in Division IV.
Labrae’s Peyton Aldridge is named 1st team All-Ohio in Division III.
Even as a racino is being built in Austintown, more people are signing up for a statewide program to ban themselves from Ohio’s casinos.
Eastern Gateway Community College has been named one of the fastest-growing colleges in the nation.
The accident happened about 3 p.m. near the Route 711 connector.
Kenneth Bielik, 29, of Austintown, is due in court this evening on charges of disorderly conduct and failure to desist after being arrested …
Youngstown Police arrested Joseph Lightfoot and Joseph Jenkins late Monday night on charges of felonious assault after they allegedly took p…
Ben Lupo previously pleaded not guilty to the charge. It is unknown if he will plead no contest or guilty in the case.
With the NCAA Tournament’s First Four getting underway this evening, here’s a look at the Penguins’ past playoff history.
Brady Mowery, charged with stealing from a BP gas station in November, took a plea deal Tuesday and will spend 24 months in jail.
A road project to add lanes to the bridge portion of U.S. Route 224 over Interstate 680 started Tuesday morning.