Golfers were able to enjoy the full 18 holes of golf, and were treated to a day of bocce and snow cones on the course.
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Despite the tragedy that took place early Sunday morning, it appears most people won’t change the way they live.
Saturday night was Fight Night at the California Palms Hotel in Austintown.
A motorcyclist is in the hospital Saturday after colliding with another car.
What does the new law legalizing marijuana for medical purposes in the state mean for law enforcement and patients who need it?
Sixth grader Scotty Crawford has raised over $34,000 to renovate the Canfield War Vet Museum.
American Sign Language (ASL) Teacher Lauren Albaugh and her students have been hard at work.
The synthetic, U-47700, is 7.5 times more powerful than morphine and was recently made illegal in Ohio.
No animals were inside at the time and no one was hurt.
Natural ground slippage continues to widen the cracks in Lisbon Street, making the retaining wall project too expensive for the city.
According to data released by Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, over 115,000 Democrat voters switched to the Republican party.
Heroin is one of the most addictive drugs, and one of the hardest to recover from.
Over 300 students, parents and chaperones from 30 different schools filled the Assumption Social Center in Youngstown.
The popular community theater is one of the oldest in the country.
Grove City’s city council voted that pet stores could only purchase animals from rescue groups, humane societies or shelters.
Firefighters found one dog alive and took it to a nearby animal hospital. Four additional dogs are unaccounted for.
The most harmful chemicals are neonicotinoids, which attack the insects’ central nervous systems.
A dog believed to belong to Olds was pulled from the wreckage and was still alive.
Prince’s sister wants the court to appoint a corporate trust company to oversee her brother’s estate.
The Boardman Fire Department identified the man who died in the fire and his wife who was rescued.
A speeding ticket will cost the driver $100 or $150 in a construction zone.
The Youngstown Police Department and Canfield post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol were called out to investigate.