Among other things, the Toxic Release Inventory shows what companies are putting into the water, air or ground.
A local security expert said he thinks the likelihood of a terrorist attack at the Olympics in Sochi is great enough that he would not have …
If the sale of Sharon Regional Health System is approved, the hospital would change from a non-profit to a for-profit hospital.
The National Transportation Safety Board has several new recommendations to cut down on more than 10,000 drunken driving deaths that happen …
One of the two court cases facing former boxer Kelly Pavlik could be resolved at the end of this month.
West Middlesex Big Reds head football coach Ed Roberson.
Residents in Mercer County now have four new places to easily and safely dispose of unused prescription drugs.
Valley dentists gave kids something new to smile about Thursday and proved going to the dentist isn’t that scary.
Bristol senior Brandon Lee has 974 career points. He tries to join the 1,000-point club this weekend.
Youngstown police are searching for a man who held up a taxi driver Thursday morning.
Bristol will play at Bloomfield tomorrow evening.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is asking for the public’s help in locating dozens of unregistered sex offenders in Ohio.
Emergency crews are working to clear the scene of a tractor-trailer fire on Interstate 80 in Hubbard Township.
Former Youngstown Mayor Jay Williams was back in the Valley on Thursday.
Cole Pryjma is 20 points from reaching 500 for his varsity career.
Humane agents are investigating a case into possible animal abuse at a Goshen Township residence.
Several fire departments responded to a house fire Thursday morning in Boardman Township.
Subway is removing chemical in bread that some say is used to make rubber mats.
A Niles man pleaded guilty Thursday to downloading dozens of images of child pornography onto his computer.
A Columbiana teen says he crashed his car last week trying to avoid Bigfoot.