Austintown and Dayton are supposed to get $500,000 a piece now that they have race tracks, but there is a debate on where that money is comi…
A special service was held Sunday at Poland United Methodist Church
A local second grader has done his part to make sure all kids have a merry Christmas.
Lanterman’s Mill was decked out for an Old Fashioned Christmas on Sunday.
A public tribute was held Sunday to honor former Valley congressman Jim Traficant.
The event’s goal is to raise money for a scholarship in honor of Vivian Martin.
Legacy Dog Rescue stresses responsible pet ownership.
The event featured old-fashioned steam whistles that were used in factories and on trains.
The Molnar’s invited 20 local vendors to Christmas on the farm.
At least 40 small businesses participated in Small Business Saturday.
The day will feature Traficant memorabilia and numerous guest speakers.
The Mercer County home cemetery holds secret graves for many.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is reminding drivers to be safe if they have to go out over the weekend.
The man who was struck by a pickup on the north side has died.
The swan was shot with a shotgun earlier this week in Sharpsville.
The holidays are a time spent with family and friends, but the area’s four-legged friends need help this season.
The annual collection supports the food pantry for almost the entire year.
Lauren Hill only got to play one game for her Mount Saint Joseph team.
With the holiday shopping season under way, the Better Business Bureau and American Express want everyone to remember small businesses.
When it comes to a real handgun versus a fake one, Rick Kaleda teaches that there is no difference.