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Dozens gathered at Courthouse Square in Warren Monday night to voice their opposition to the Senate health care bill.
People gathered in Austintown on Sunday for the Korean War Veterans Memorial Ceremony.
The Emerald Diner re-opened its doors on May 3 after shutting down in 2012 when a fire destroyed the business.
While Christopher Stivers told the judge he takes full responsibility for his crime, the girl’s family thinks he’s trying to blame the victi…
This building is the first of 11 projects that will be taken down in the City of Warren in the next 120 days.
Signs are floating in the water. Homes were left waterlogged. The scene at Plantation Park is shocking, even to longtime summer residents.
Dads and their kids decided to take advantage of the good weather for the first half of Sunday and spend Father’s Day outside.
A tree fell on a motorcyclist at Oak Street Extension and Early Road on Youngstown’s east side.
Smoke was coming from an upstairs bedroom, where firefighters found a smoldering mattress.
Friday, JAC Management announced its headline act for its “Y Live” event on August 24.
One feature the new building will provide is a dedicated sports area for athletes with injuries.
Some panelists at Monday’s town hall on the topic said getting rid of racism forever might be a dream but improving equality is possible.
Police found a body — believed to be the missing young mom — in Neshannock Twp. on Monday and have charged her boyfriend.
United Returning Citizens held a Father’s Day Brunch in the Wick Park Pavilion Sunday as part of its fatherhood initiative.
Two men have been arrested for a fire at a Lowellville aluminum repair shop early Saturday morning.
Several incidents of overt racism have gotten attention the past few days and Rev. Lewis Macklin says they shouldn’t go unnoticed.
When it comes to the heroin crisis, animals can be impacted, too.
Over 1,000 people have signed up to run from all over the country and the world.
Too much rain could be not so good for the first harvest of the summer.
The Memorial Day Parade in Columbiana started at 10 a.m. on Main Street.
The Memorial Day 100 wrapped up Sunday morning at Avenue 444 Flags in Hermitage. 40 vets ran for their fallen comrades.