The district is handing out orange ribbons to families so they can show their pride in the district.
Springfield Local Schools has been doing this event every year since the late 1990s.
Police have released a description of a vehicle, believed to be used in a shooting on Youngstown’s south side.
If you have driven on the highway recently, you may have noticed some black strips across ramps.
The non-profit was the only one in Ohio to receive an award through the Department of Labor’s TechHire Initiative.
The driver, who is a juvenile, told police he mistook the gas pedal for the brakes.
Their toddler is living with physical differences that require extensive surgeries and doctor’s appointments.
In just a couple of days, 3,000 people will have their Thanksgiving dinner at the Warren Family Mission.
Hannah’s House, a faith-based recovery program, has been changing lives since 2005.
The National Philanthropy Day Awards were held at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman.
The victim told police that he agreed to meet Robbins at Walmart so Robbins could buy his XBox One.
The woman said the suspect then punched her in the face while wearing brass knuckles.
Jones said Youngstown is near and dear to her heart.
At Dobbins Elementary School in Poland, students are receiving the Wonder award.
It’s especially important for teenagers to find a loving home so they have a support system as they grow into adulthood.
The largest lights display in northeast Ohio — “Joy of Christmas — takes place at Firestone Park.
The Niles School District has a history of financial problems — now it’s a $2 million deficit.
Six big construction projects are currently taking place in Boardman for a total of about $15 million worth of work.
A woman drove her car into a pillar near Dollar General Thursday evening.
Mahoning County Common Pleas Judge Robert Rusu, Jr.’s office released the list of applicants on Thursday.
Last weekend, an Austintown church’s protocols were put to the test.
Locations being considered include downtown Youngstown, Niles, Warren, and Austintown, among others.
More and more research suggests that this digitally-lightened mental workload may cost you.
The issue came to light Wednesday after a mother Pennsylvania died after cleaning up after her son’s overdose.
CCA directors said Mason had the fentanyl in a “body cavity.” Another resident overdosed on the drug, they said.
Saturation patrols will also be conducted in support of the checkpoint.
The department received a report that someone on the app solicited a child for nude photographs.
The city’s Parks and Recreation Department cut the 40-foot Blue Spruce tree down and moved it to Center Square.
“For sale” signs went back up at a spot in the township where a new grocery store was supposed to be built.
The Mahoning County Career and Technical Center is teaching students how to use this life-saving equipment.