Update // One person was shot to death on the city’s North Side just after 5 p.m.
A breakdown in negotiations between about 40 Community Action Rural Transit System workers and the Community Action Agency resulted in a strike notice with workers expecting to start picketing as soon as Thursday.
Images form the devastation in Oklahoma brings back memories of the deadly tornado of 1985 that ripped through the Mahoning and Shenango Valley
Schools and emergency agencies continue to review plans to withstand Mother Nature’s fury.
The Warren Township man whose body was found in a burning car last week in Lordstown was fatally shot in the head before being set on fire.
Complaints about high grass are pouring in to townships and cities around the Valley.
An Austintown bar is facing penalties after a state investigation revealed they served two underage men alcohol who eventually crashed their car into a Niles police cruiser on St. Patrick’s Day.
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Here is a roundup of Memorial Day events happening this weekend and Monday around the area.
The Cardinals advance to face Canton South in the Division II Regional Semifinals.
The lawsuit against United Way says more than $950,000 was donated to the Chardon Healing Fund after the shooting in February 2012 at Chardon High School. The suit alleges the trust wasn’t properly administered and says the families have received a total of less than $150,000.
The Blue Jays advance to the Division IV Regional Semifinals.
State Rep. Armond Budish’s resignation as House minority leader comes as he has expressed interest in becoming the head of Cuyahoga County.
This is the second year in a row that Max Lee of Canfield Middle School won the regional competition for a chance to compete in Washington, D.C.
Cook was released to make room for Miguel Maysonet who was awarded to Cleveland off waivers from the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Raiders advance to face Ursuline in the District Finals on Wednesday.
The Irish advance to face South Range in the District Finals.
Students in the culinary arts program and the early childhood education program at the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center took high honors at the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) state competition.
Warren officials are waiting to hear if a federal firefighter staffing grant will be extended. If denied, 14 firefighters will be laid off on Monday.
BP donated $50,000 to the Warren Fire Department so they can distribute smoke detectors to people without them for free.