Two deer found themselves in a sticky situation Monday.
Inmates in the day-reporting program at the Mahoning County Jail will help employees from the engineer’s office fill potholes.
Two teens have been indicted on aggravated murder charges in the slaying of a southwest Ohio teen whose body was dumped several counties awa…
Youngstown State junior forward Heidi Schlegel has been named the Horizon League Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for the period ending…
For the second time this season and the fifth time in his career, senior guard Kendrick Perry has been named the Horizon League Men’s Basket…
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Monday proposed shrinking the Army to its smallest size in 74 years.
A disabled vet had his motorcycle stolen at a very inopportune time.
Students at Stambaugh Academy are participating in the annual “Jump Rope for Heart” program this week.
Warren is working on finishing up an overdue redistricting plan following the 2010 census.
Three people were secretly indicted last week on charges they contributed to the September overdose death of a Boardman High School graduate…
Brandon Keller led the Bulldogs with a 10.1 scoring average during the regular season.
The Ursuline Irish rode the momentum of the long range shooting of Megan Ross off the bench to cruise past the United Eagles 52-31 in Divisi…
Kennedy Catholic will play Erie First Christian tomorrow night at Sharon High School (7 PM) in the District 10 Class A Semifinal round.
The new site will allow local consumers to compare prices before
Deep potholes in the Warren area are giving drivers grief.
Jury selection was postponed for a murder defendant after a co-defendant pleaded guilty to lesser charges on Monday.
Niles finished the regular season with a 9-13 mark while making 67% of their free throw shots.
Members of the Mahoning Valley’s Democratic delegation in Columbus warned their constituents Monday morning to not simply accept what Govern…
Neighborhood Ministries of Youngstown is seeking churches or organizations to join in giving free meals to needy children ages 18 and under.
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