Aniyah Ward, who has terminal sickle cell anemia, received backstage VIP access to see her favorite music artist.
James Loza takes over for Joseph Pavlic and is tasked with keeping the volunteer department moving forward.
East Side Crime Watch put on a Feast of Salads at Wick Park. Clarence Boles was the guest speaker.
Matthew Wilson, 32, was taken to the Trumbull County Jail on Saturday.
John LaPlante, chief information officer for the YCSD, is nominated for an Illuminator of the Year Award.
Philip J. Mike was convicted of manslaughter in 2001. His 17-year sentence ended on Feb. 15.
The Nature Photography Exhibit opened to the public, held at Ford Nature Center.
Columbiana is one of three counties that has been attacked in Ohio.
Girard High School’s robotics team is getting ready for a competition next month, called Steam Works.
Since the beginning of this year, harsh weather and the flu have contributed to the blood shortage.
The FBI said it would issue a press release on the robbery once it finishes the investigation.
To show off Boardman Subaru’s newest renovations, the car dealership is holding an open house on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The final score of the game was Poland 64, Canfield 56.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman this week.
The fundraiser brings in money for the Rescue Mission’s general fund and covers things like keeping the lights on at the facility.
Concerned employees got to ask their many questions to Steward Health Care representatives on Friday.
Trustees announced who the contractor of the “once-in-a-generation” project will be.
The 15-room home, which has been on the market for about a year, is for sale at just $76,900.
Police are offering a reward for information leading to the man’s identification.
Spending time with the people she loved was Mandy’s greatest joy. She was the light of her parent’s lives.