Police say a man is in the hospital after he was severely burned in a house fire on the west side of Youngstown.
Tod Avenue United Methodist Church opened a time capsule from 1965 after Sunday’s service.
At an average of $2.64 per gallon, gas prices in Ohio are up 51 cents compared to last year. Check out the possible reasons why.
Across the state, voters in local elections will choose leaders of cities, villages and townships.
Brookfield Middle School hired a new 7th and 8th grade language arts teacher this year, someone who has a special relationship to the school…
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says it happened around 11:20 p.m. Saturday night on State Route 88 in Trumbull County.
New this year is a replica of downtown Youngstown decorated for Christmas from the 1950s and a working steel mill.
It’s called, “The People of the Mahoning Valley: Stories of Identity and Innovation.”
Toys were everywhere inside the Avon Oak Ballroom, from Star Wars to G.I. Joe to Marvel to Masters of the Universe.
Richard Duffett and Don Dragish are vying for Canfield mayor in Tuesday’s election.
From 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Saturday, Poland will have its annual Holiday Shoppe at the high school on Dobbins Road.
Youngstown police received a call just before 2:30 a.m. about a woman being shot outside of Club Deja Vu on Market St.
A complaint was filed about Enrique Suarez’s endorsement of the Youngstown Municipal Judge candidate’s opponent.
Gerald Smith, who has been the city’s chief since August of 2014, officially retired on Friday.
Up to a dozen larger growers for sites up to 25,000 square feet are expected to be announced later this month.
The Beauchenes have already adopted two sisters and are will soon take in their siblings, including Jamie, who had a liver transplant two ye…
In a few months, Austintown Kmart customers will have to drive nearly 20 minutes to get to the next closest store in Niles.
If you want to see the facility, the open house will continue from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Mahoning Valley Opportunity Center parents thought they’d learn more about why the school closed but instead, left unsatisfied.
The robber made off with some cash and a bottle of tea, according to a police report.
Ameriprise Financial joined forces with the local school districts to help out those in need.
It’s a place where people can safely complete their internet transactions or meet up for custody swaps.
The Howland Police Department wants to reassure the community that the school is safe.
The Regional Chamber said more meetings will be planned in the future, along with an online survey.
The arrow went through the deer’s shoulder muscle.
A dollar from each sandwich is going to a fund in Justin Leo’s name.
The family reported that they were trick-or-treating in the Sherwood Forest neighborhood.
A portion of Himrod Avenue is expected to be closed for at least a few weeks and drivers will have to use detours.
A man from Niles is accused of exposing himself to fellow workers at the Healthridge Medical Center on Struthers-Liberty Road.
November is Prematurity Awareness Month and a new report highlights the problem in Ohio.