Santa made a special appearance at Mill Creek Metroparks Farm with camels, yaks and reindeer.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine shares how to avoid scams and identity theft on Cyber Monday and any time you shop online.
Experts at Fin, Feather and Fur in Boardman explain safe ways to load and handle a gun.
The hotel is offering free rooms to people visiting family in the hospital or a nursing home.
Tyler Gallo of Youngstown created “Tyler’s Cocoa & Cookie Stand” to give back to kids less fortunate than him.
Boardman Township Fire Department shares safety tips to keep your family safe around the holidays and winter months.
More than 100 people hit the track at Fitch High School for the Polar Run to raise money for Joe Shushok, a senior at Fitch who has testicul…
The idea of Small Business Saturday is to encourage people to shop small, helping local stores get more customers through their doors and he…
With the event gaining more popularity each year, it has become a tradition for some families.
The farm hosted more than 20 local artisan vendors for its second annual seasonal craft and gift market.
More than 30 businesses participated in the event so customers could experience what they have to offer.
The yellow labs have been passed over by several people for two reasons: they need to be adopted together and they were born blind.
Students say the messages found on the rock Monday morning do not represent YSU.
The month-long November campaign encourages men to grow facial hair to raise awareness about prostate cancer.
All season long, he has been watching his son on video. On Friday, he finally got to see him in action on the gridiron.
The dinner provided a good opportunity for those all over Trumbull County to gather around the table.
Kelly and Stephen House share their personal story about trying to start a family.
Trap Neuter Return in Warren is offering spay-and-neuters and rabies shots for outside cats.
The executive director says there are plans to start renovating the building next year.
Families gathered at Victory Christian Center to support one another and remember their loved ones.
Seventy-two kids from the Mahoning and Shenango Valleys played in the inaugural game on Saturday.
Evan, who suffers from hydrocephalus, had his first surgery at just ten days old.