For many, the Comprehensive Care Center in Youngstown can be a scary place, but the Ursuline Sisters Ministry works to make it inviting.
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Police say Hawkins told them that he sometimes sleeps with the phone in his pocket and it just calls 911.
You can buy them, you can transport them, but you can’t enjoy them – at least for now.
The Austintown Local School District is looking to fill non-teaching positions.
The officers taking this week’s course come from six different departments throughout Trumbull County.
Members of the Supreme Court’s Board of Commissioners on Professional Conduct are looking into McNally’s conviction.
Valley natives can once again relive their memories of Youngstown’s own amusement park today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Detectives are asking anyone with information on the homicide to contact the New Castle City Police Department.
New Middletown Village police stopped a car around 2:20 a.m. Saturday morning after seeing it drive across center lines several times.
The Down Syndrome Association of the Valley is at Eastwood Field in Niles today for their 2017 Buddy Walk.
Open since 1837, the West Mecca United Methodist Church will hold its final service on Sunday.
The Dec. 29 plane crash near Cleveland killed six people, including a family of four from Dublin, Ohio, and their friend and his teen daught…
The second annual Warren Homecoming kicks off Friday, with events like “Taste of Warren” and live music in Courthouse Square.
Canfield police officers will visit Hilltop Elementary School with the kits on September 26.
Weeks leading up to the eclipse, eye doctors were warning patients to not look directly into the sun.
School districts are now being judged on 10 measures, rather than receiving a single letter grade.
This year’s high school seniors have new guidelines to follow in order to graduate.
Employees at the Cornersburg store reported being burglarized twice by the same man.
Police blocked off S. Schenley Avenue between Kirk and Canfield roads while they were cleaning up the scene.
Target is hoping to impress shoppers by cutting prices on thousands of items.
Some roads in Youngstown will be closed this weekend for a marathon and community cup.
Hubbard Township police say Dakota “Cody” McGivern was found walking by himself around 10:15 a.m. Saturday morning.
Police said the woman who was accidentally released Friday morning is now back in jail.
The job fair is for RNs and LPNs at their Niles community, located at 1500 McKinley Ave.
Parking will not be available at the Covelli Centre, but Panerathon’s website includes a list of where you can park.
Many associate football with concussions, but other contact sports like soccer and basketball can also result in concussions.
Along with the checkpoint, saturation patrols will also be conducted.
Jermaine Bunn received prison time on weapons and tampering with evidence charges.
A bill proposes stricter sentences for people convicted of soliciting children on the internet.
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown made the announcement Friday.