The flier describing the “Top Ten Ways to Get Away with Rape” was found in 2012 in a coed dorm bathroom at Miami University in southwest Ohi…
The state, which now owns the Lonz Winery property on Middle Bass Island, is seeking a private investor to come up with a plan for the site.
A man found the remains, along with a blanket and other items, in a locked blue footlocker while cleaning out his late mother’s home in Nort…
Kevin Sabo and Joseph Holmes are accused of stealing a bag of shrimp from the Sparkle Market on South Avenue and then trying to run over a g…
The first round of the 2014 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft has been completed.
There are two kinds of fiber and Dr. Shayesteh explains the difference between them and how both are beneficial.
On Friday, a sun-splattered Normandy celebrated peace, with silent salutes, tears and international friendship marking 70 years since the D-…
The investigation is still ongoing after multiple law enforcement agencies raided three Internet cafes in Austintown on Thursday.
The Youngstown Board of Control approved settlement agreements with Cicero Davis and Lyndsey Hughes.
More than 10 high-ranking GM officials will be fired in the wake of an investigation into the company’s processes.
An upgrade is taking place with area power lines in Trumbull County, but that’s not the only thing being fixed.
Youngstown isn’t the only city with a shortage of lifeguards this summer.
Commissioners are trying to avoid a projected $6.5 million shortfall in 2015.
A Hubbard man that left for work on Wednesday afternoon and was reported missing has returned home.
The Valley Extreme 12U Girls softball team last weekend won the ASA Eastern National Qualifier Fastpitch Tournament.
A Harrier AV-8B took off from the Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma and was almost at his destination when it went down Wednesday, exploding …
Changes at the Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic in Youngstown will help more people overcome drug addictions. A ground breaking held on Friday i…
Western Reserve fell to Newark Catholic 6-2 in the Division IV State Semifinals Thursday at Huntington Park in Columbus.
Thursday was a very important day for three children in the special needs and medically fragile Pre-K unit at McGuffey Elementary.
A pair of red-tailed hawk chicks have been removed from their Pittsburgh nest after the parents attacked a woman who lives nearby.