Police in Columbus are seeking a 30-year-old man they believe fired shots outside an elementary school that injured two people.
Firefighters were called to 65 E. Glenaven Ave. off Market Street just before 10 p.m.
The 27th annual KO Drugs High School Boxing Tournament came to a close Thursday night, with 27 champions crowned.
The Ursuline softball team blew open the first high school game at the new YSU complex, winning 19-0 over Warren JFK.
Trumbull County’s Engineer was asked to step aside Thursday night while he is under investigation.
Liberty’s Junior Lyndsay Johnson threw a complete game with six strikeouts and two hits in a 6-1 win over Springfield Thursday.
The ITCL will change from its current two tier configuration to a more geographical-based three tier set-up starting in the 2015-16 school y…
Mathews Pitcher Cheyenne Eggens took a no-hitter into the sixth inning in a 3-1 loss to Windham.
The board hired Rachel Livengood with Labor/Management Consultant Services from Troy, Ohio, to do a survey in October after the board suspen…
Approximately 3,000 students were treated to the sounds of the Youngstown Symphony on Thursday.
Leaders with a pair of women’s voting groups in Ohio are now weighing in on statements made this week by local judicial candidate Chris Samm…
Commissioners said there were actually 761 pay adjustment allocations in 2013, but board chairman David Ditzler said it is wrong to call the…
The names of a Canfield mom and her baby will get to take their places in local history as the first patients in the new maternity unit at S…
Get ready for lots of orange barrels on the roads. The Ohio Department of Transportation unveiled Thursday this year’s construction projects…
Mahoning County will once again offer low-income youth a chance to earn some money working this summer.
Two brothers have been indicted in connection to Youngstown’s second homicide of the year.
More than 2,000 new rainbow trout are now calling Lake Glacier home.
Fire crews worked to control a fire at a scrap facility in Youngstown.
Two Austintown men killed in the Vietnam War now have a second place of honor at their alma mater.
Students from across the region have descended on Youngstown State University for its annual English Festival.