Several people felt some shaking overnight in Mahoning County when a small earthquake hit the area.
A new music event in downtown Youngstown, not only hit all the right notes, but it’s helping the community at the same time.
Hundreds of people entering the Catholic faith gathered for an annual celebration preparing them for entry into the church community.
More than 100 amateur skaters from across Ohio and New York gathered at the Youngstown Skate skating rink Sunday, for the 6th Annual League Meet Competition.
Held at Salon at Creekside, the “Cut-A-Thon” was put on for the Spencer family of Poland.
The 25th Annual Nature Stone Mahoning Valley Home and Garden Show wrapped up at the Eastwood Expo Center on Sunday.
About 700 train lovers walked through the doors of McMenamy’s banquet hall to view model and toy trains on display.
An off-duty police officer and two other men are dead, after a shooting at a night club in Northern Ohio.
One day after abruptly closing its doors, a fire broke out Saturday at the Rodeway Inn in Liberty.
Blight and how to fight it will be the topic of a meeting Monday in Warren.
Demolition is moving right along at the old General Electric plant.
Slick roads overnight lead to a fender bender involving a highway patrol trooper’s car.
Most Americans will set their clocks 60 minutes forward before heading to bed Saturday night.
Small chance of light rain or sprinkles
Hickory used a strong start to take down Greater Johnstown, 63-37 in the PIAA State Tournament Saturday.
The NAACP in Warren hosted its first community UNITY celebration tonight.
The West Branch girls faltered down the stretch, and fell 42-36 to Akron St. Vincent St. Mary in the regional final Saturday.
Christ Episcopal Church hosted its third annual Beatles Mass.
A vacant house on Youngstown’s east side burns to the ground.
Poland used an early lead and balanced attack to take down Cardinal Mooney, 63-48, and win the Division II District Championship.