A Mother’s Day flower sale on Sunday benefited the Northeast Ohio Adoption Agency.
Officers responded to a call to observe a gold Hyundai traveling southbound on Garland Ave. at East High Ave. at a high speed rate.
Police pulled over 43-year-old Jahnta Campbell after a series of traffic violations driving around Youngstown’s south side.
A big day for the class of 2016 at Youngstown State University. They’re no longer students, they’re proud alumni.
National Free Comic Book Day was celebrated in several stores across the Mahoning Valley Saturday.
Organizers also gave their opinion on North Carolina’s new controversial bathroom bill.
The victim, Kenneth Evans, died from a gunshot wound early Saturday morning at St. Elizabeth Hospital.
The new waste disposal superintendent says changes are coming, including the end of unlimited service.
City leaders and bar owners said they’re working together to prevent such fights from occurring in the future.
The employee told police he was hit with a hammer and struck by a vehicle while attempting to stop two suspicious customers from leaving.
Local business owners and health professionals weigh-in on pending FDA regulations on electronic cigarettes.
Lawmakers met to discuss funding for new aircraft at the Air Reserve Station, one of the largest employers in the Valley.
A verdict was reached Thursday for two Youngstown men accused in four murders.
Police said the arrest started with a traffic violation in Youngstown.
An Energy Special Improvement District would provide funds to make the Stambaugh building more energy efficient.
The 87-year-old created a $491,000 scholarship endowment to benefit Windham High School graduates going to YSU.
The vehicles crashed on the bridge that crosses over Meridian Road Wednesday afternoon.
Eric Stone, of Newton Falls, was a junior Electrical Engineering student with a 4.0 grade point average.
Michael Austin and Hakeem Henderson are accused in the deaths of four people since 2011.
Police said the suspect provided officers with a fake name after he was stopped during an investigation of a fight involving weapons.
Sherrod Brown believes state governments failed to invest in their universities, and says he’s working to lower the cost for students.
The West Public Library in Youngstown shut its doors for the final time on Saturday.
The MYCAP agency held a clinic to help those with felony or misdemeanor convictions in Ohio get employed.
The Youngstown 6th Ward Citizens Coalition held summit to help tackle crime in the city.
Authorities found Rickie Gonzalez and Michael Zarlingo at the Mountaineer Casino and Racetrack.
Youngstown Police are investigating a report of shots fired in the 800 block of E. Philadelphia Ave.
Two locations in the city will be targeted on Friday night.
Law enforcement, the justice system and community leaders had a panel discussion on working together to battle racism.
You can now watch baseball on Youngstown’s west side and take in some beautiful artwork in the process.
Recent problems with the airline have led to the inspection date being moved up