Campbell is getting a new library and the process to get it built began Tuesday.
The Joy in Childhood Foundation partnered with Feed the Children and the Warren Family Mission to assist 400 Warren-area families
The Boardman Township Road Department’s 2017 Resurfacing Project will begin Sept. 6.
Jarelle Johnson, 20, of Warren, is charged with four counts of trafficking in heroin within a school zone.
An old church in Columbiana County is in need of repair Now, they are getting some help.
The future of motor travel will not be passing by Hermitage.
Shannon Graves was reported missing by her family in mid-February.
The fire department is partnering with Baby Box University to reduce high infant mortality rates in Trumbull County.
Charles Nader and former mayor Ralph Infante face theft in office and other charges.
Last weekend, WYTV reported about the mess along the sidewalks getting to East High School.
Police said McQuiston was holding a child and was unsteady on her feet near the Dollar General on Boardman.
A man from Youngstown was charged after a fight that was egged on and allegedly paid for by spectators.
Police in Sharon have arrested a teen in connection to a string of arsons in the city.
Some of your favorite brands of wine and liquor in Pennsylvania could soon cost more.
The man was walking down the street when he was shot multiple times.
The company says someone has been contacting customers claiming to be an employee.
Rides are never open to the public on day one of the Columbiana County Fair because of strict inspections.
The Niles BOE met Monday and voted unanimously to ask for an additional school levy in the November election.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is handling the investigation.
A new bill introduced in Ohio would allow dog owners to bring their pets on outdoor patios at restaurants.
The City of Warren swore in John Murdoch, Adam Gilger and Ryann Ruckman on Monday.
Police said they found a sink full of knives, so they’re unsure of which was used in the attack.
The jackpot is now up to $230,000 at Crickets Bar and Grill in Youngstown.
The Commons at Madison offers counseling and 40 one-bedroom units for low-income people.
Power has been restored to most Ohio Edison customers in Warren and Howland Township.
Proceeds from the camp will go toward medical expenses for Aiden Elder, a 4-year-old who battled leukemia and is currently in remission.
On July 17, the three men — who are all new hires and trained paramedics — jumped into action.
Investigators checked a total of 15 places that sell liquor on Saturday.
Youngstown City Schools CEO Krish Mohip will announce the final decision about school mascots at a news conference on Aug. 2.
Police said the victim had a collapsed lung and several broken ribs as a result of the attack.