Ravenna, Ohio (Formerly Newton Falls)
Rain expected Friday with colder air and snow moving in just in time for Christmas.
The Dog Warden’s Office is trying to break through the stereotypes many shelter dogs have so they can all find forever homes.
Some county leaders were stationed outside the Barnes and Noble and Boardman.
A holiday tradition continues in the New Middletown area this season.
Schnatter will step down about two months after he criticized the NFL over national anthem protests by players.
According to the district, the student posted a fabricated news story on social media about a staff member.
The toy drive benefited Trumbull County Children Services.
Work is being completed on a waterline in the McKinley Heights area.
Youngstown’s outdoor amphitheater is taking shape.
Attorney Marty Desmond said he was fired for reporting misconduct in the Mahoning County Prosecutor’s Office.
For the second year in a row, the opioid epidemic lowered the life expectancy for people across America in 2016.
Those who work at the Warren Family Mission said the donation will go a long way.
That, and other crime reported in Austintown over the past week.
The money will go toward food for its backpack program.
For dozens of Youngstown families, Christmas is coming a little early.
More than 15,500 children are now in foster care, up from about 12,600 four years ago.
That brings the staff total to 127, which is required by the SAFER grant that the department received.
The bank said it has software to prevent skimmers from getting customers’ information.
Youngstown City School District offices have moved completely out of the Ward building.