BJ’s is the restaurant next to the Southern Park Mall where Cheddar’s used to be.
All proceeds go toward The Strimbu Memorial Fund, which provides scholarships for local high school seniors.
Saturday night, people packed the Metroplex Expo in Girard for IM’s biggest fundraiser of the year.
Almost six years ago, Matt Hiznay was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer. He’s now working toward a PhD in molecular medicine.
Dr. Ohr, a Boardman native, died Saturday morning from pancreatic cancer.
Almost 300 people gathered at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Youngstown and marched around Wick Park.
9/11 Memorial Park in Austintown will soon be getting security cameras, along with more than $3,000 from local organizations.
Hundreds gathered at four Youngstown city schools in an effort to reduce violence in the city and promote education.
Youngstown State hosted Endure for the Cure and 300 Sisters in Red events.
One record store owner in Niles has spent the past few months preparing his store for this day.
The Market for Makers is located at 110 Freeman Alley in downtown Youngstown, and runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
April has been named Distracted Driving Awareness Month because around this time of year more teenagers are out on the roads.
The fashion show will be held at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman on Thursday, May 4.
Debbie Fay’s journey with the disease has taught her how important the Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society are to cancer patients…
Organizers said it’s a chance for people to hear about what’s happening in the city and to ask questions.
These guys walk the walk AND talk the talk.
The bite caused several puncture wounds, gashes, and torn tissue on the lieutenant’s arm.
The value of recycled material has dropped due to contamination from people putting the wrong things in their bins.
Medical professionals say an overdosed person has 5 to 10 minutes and what you do in that timeframe is crucial.
Prosecutors say Little drove Britton around to get clothes and let him stay at her home while police were looking for him.
Pre-K for PA says 57 percent of the eligible 3- and 4-year-olds in Mercer County have no access to high-quality early education.
After about an hour, they were able to talk him into swimming to shore.