Part of Oakwood Avenue in Youngstown will be closed beginning at 7 a.m. and going until 8 p.m.
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Warren police arrested a man on a warrant for failure to appear in court after a Best Western Park Hotel was robbed Friday.
The children’s dad told police that he knew about Kellish’s drug problem but said he let her live there because he needed a babysitter.
The job fair is open to the public and runs from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The Pennsylvania-based company is closing 16 of its Ohio stores and 12 of its Pennsylvania stores.
Drivers are able to call the usual *11 number again.
A woman in New Middletown takes egg decorating to a whole new level by keeping one Polish tradition alive.
The Steel topped the Phantoms 4-1 Friday night in game one of the playoff series.
Youngstown Fire Chief John O’Neill said the plastic material could create difficulty for firefighters.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally told the students that now is the time to start thinking about college, don’t just wait until senior year.
Local financial professional Ryan Nisbett with Cottonwood Associates has some ways to spring clean your financial house.
The idea behind Saturday’s event is to raise awareness about community resources available in the Valley for moms-to-be.
According to an indictment, the group obtained about $496,000 using the identities of approximately 90 victims.
She has been PLYMC’s executive director since July 18, 2012 and will leave the position in mid-July.
The Rich Center for Autism teaches life and academic skills to about 70 students who have autism.
When crews arrived, smoke was pouring from the house.
The victim was found after crews put the fire out and searched the house.
A neighbor said the house on Ravenwood Avenue was vacant.
Alex Esposito’s late goal got the Phantoms past Lincoln Saturday night to get back into a tie with Green Bay for the final playoff spot in t…
One Ohio State Highway Patrolman says he’s seen drivers eating, putting on makeup or even reading behind the wheel.
Some educators worry that too much time is spent prepping students for technology rather than lessons learned.
The Ohio Department of Transportation is concerned about the congestion overflow pouring onto the freeway.
The fields will be ready to use in Beaver Local’s varsity home opener against Indian Creek on Monday.
It’s estimated that 65 million people in the world have epilepsy, with 50 percent of those cases resulting in unknown causes.
The play is designed to bring two communities together, the hearing and the deaf.
According to the police report, a man wearing a blue “Duke” sweatshirt, a gray “Carhartt” hat and jeans is the suspect.
Employees will pass out small vanilla cones while supplies last, one per customer.
Do-it-yourself slime is currently the latest craze with children, but experts are warning against it, saying it can be really dangerous.
A new law takes effect Sunday that will help cyclists stay safer on the road.
The Kennedy Catholic girls were eliminated from the Class A postseason after falling to Juniata Valley Saturday night.