Nevels Temple held a Bless the Firefighters Worship Service for firefighters in Youngstown and surrounding communities.
Thompson Park in East Liverpool hosted a Rock the Park event Sunday to say thanks to residents for voting in a contest.
St. Luke Church in Boardman held its first-ever Celtic Fest on Sunday.
A trial is set to open on whether a mandatory photo-ID requirement for Pennsylvania voters should be enforced at polling places across the state.
Randy Dunn, the eighth president for YSU, will take office beginning Monday.
New websites are now available in an effort to make historical records more easily accessible.
Portage County is the top location for the most injection wells in the state of Ohio.
Residents in East Liverpool near the Heritage WTI plant are urged to wash any and all foods from the garden and change pet water due to an incident at the plant.
Saturday night the Mahoning River was no longer at flood stage.
There’s still a lot of cleanup to be done throughout Trumbull County, but everything was ready for a popular Saturday night event in Warren.
The Southington facility provides therapeutic riding for kids with physical and mental disabilities.
Vendors included picture art, handmade spoons and even handmade wind chimes at the fifteenth annual Summer of the Arts Festival.
In operation from 1845 to 1877, the canal played a major role in economic development in the Valley, serving as the modern highway of today.
The entire set is composed of 231 pieces and it took 49 years to collect the pieces and put the entire set together.
Attendance has been hampered with rain and flooding for the start of the 6-day fair in Cortland, but the rides were packed and vendors were busy with visitors on Saturday.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol reported that the driver lost control of the vehicle, drove off the roadway and into the swamp.
Volunteers from St. Patrick’s Church in Youngstown spent Saturday cleaning up the city.
According to our news partner, the Morning Journal, Frank Gorichky, 53, is now facing a reckless homicide charge in the shooting death of Michael Fisher.
The Youngstown Police Department investigated a fatal accident on Interstate 680 Saturday morning.
Jane’s Carousel, which originally sat in Idora Park, has been nominated in the Most Awesome Parks and Playgrounds category in the New York 2013 Red Tricycle’s Totally Awesome Awards.
All the proceeds from the two-day event will go to the Wounded Warrior Project, which is aimed at providing aid to wounded Iraq and Afghan veterans.