About 1,500 First Energy customers in North Lima and 500 in Salem are without power due to the windy conditions.
Police were called out arond 10 p.m. to a crime scene in the 700 block of Lexington on the north side of Youngstown.
Students and parents from the Minerva Local School district packed into their high school gymnasium on Sunday night to remember three of the…
Emergency operators and dispatchers are gearing up for a major overhaul, and are looking into exactly what the change will affect.
Here is a look at the best moments from week 13 of the high school football season
After months of working without a union contract, the faculty at YSU is one step closer to having one.
A Warren man is in jail after police reported that he assaulted a child at the Eastwood Mall.
Youngstown artists celebrated the local art scene at the Mahoning Commons Ward Bakery Building on Sunday afternoon.
Before John Knox Church closed its doors last year, they made a major donation to their neighboring church, St. Patrick’s, of a historic org…
Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course in Austintwon said they’re expecting a big crowd for the inaugural thoroughbred horse race o…
Hubbard Township police are investigating an armed robbery that took place around 1:30 p.m. at Michelle’s Mart on state Route 7.
A one vehicle crash in Champion Township in Trumbull County remains under investigation after a car struck a house.
Organizations from all over the Youngstown area came together to give folks food, hair cuts and entertainment for kids.
The Ohio State Patrol said a school bus from the Brown Local School District and a vehicle collided on U.S. Route 30.
The DALE Foundation started the program as a way of remembering their loved one.
Volunteers groups from the community joined together Saturday to help get the Rescue mission ready for cold and flu season
This weekend marks the 12th annual youth deer hunting season.
A special prosecutor says that three sheriff’s deputies in north-central Ohio were justified in fatally shooting an unarmed man.
Four deaths in the Cleveland area are suspected overdose deaths linked to the drug, Fetanyl.
The investigation is still underway, and police say they have no suspects or information about a motive.