Ed Fitzgerald’s running mate, Sharen Neuhardt, stopped by the Mahoning County Democrats endorsement meeting Saturday.
It’s about to get more expensive for no-shows in Columbiana Mayors Court.
The memories really come rolling back for folks who used to hang out at Top O’ The Strip Roller Rink in Niles.
Sophomore Ryan Weber scored a career-high 24 points with four 3-pointers, but a late run by Valparaiso handed the Youngstown State men’s basketball team a 68-66 defeat at the Athletics and Recreation Center on Saturday afternoon.
The Columbiana girls used a quick start and balanced scoring to knock off Youngstown Christian, 62-39, in a Division IV Sectional Final Saturday.
Reverend J.Jeffrey Baker was installed as the new Rector.
Jim Pitts and a group of friends helped to organize today’s fundraiser in Sharpsville.
All proceeds go to The Hope Foundation of the Mahoning Valley.
The program is aimed at preventing kids from ending up in J-J-C.
A sitting judge loses his party’s endorsement.
Trumbull County will soon house a little bit of aviation history.
Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court says no to Governor Tom Corbett’s request.
Four different Canfield boys swam their way to a 7th place finish overall at the Division 2 State Swimming Championships Friday.
Firefighter Tommy Gibbs Jr. received the Lifesaving Award for performing CPR on a woman after she jumped off the McKelvey Bridge on Jacobs Road.
Imbibe Martini Bar has been open for nine years in the same location and it has been able to stay open without serving food. But that is about to change.
WYSU-FM and the McDonough Museum of Art hosted the 19th annual Mad about the Arts event on Friday.
A truck driver from Ravenna was treated for minor injuries at St. Elizabeth Health Center following a crash in Columbiana County Friday afternoon.
Mahoning County commissioners announced a $100,000 cut to the local government fund at their meeting Friday morning.
Crews are expected to be working over the weekend to fill holes in city streets.
While flooding is at a minimum on the streets and along the riverbanks, all that water may be taking a toll on the sump pumps in residents’ homes.