The Memorial Day Parade in Columbiana started at 10 a.m. on Main Street.
The event in Bristol started with a parade, ending at a marker that was dedicated back in 1863.
The Middle East Conflicts Memorial is part of Liam McGee’s project. It’s all about recognizing those who have served.
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers are partnering with Platform Beer Company to brew a special craft beer.
The crash happened at the intersection of Glenwood Avenue and Wildwood Drive in Boardman.
Flags lined the sidewalks and banners of those lost to war lined the streets as the community came together for a day full of events.
The woman told police she was acting in self-defense.
A man told police that a friendly gesture ended up getting him stabbed in the stomach.
A man is recovering from a gunshot wound to his hand after grabbing the gun of a would-be robber.
A woman and man took turns breaking out the windows of two cars.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, drowning is the leading cause of unintentional death for children 4 years old or younger.
The alleged assaults happened at a home in Millcreek Township.
Boardman increased its parade in the 1950s, moving the ceremony to the Boardman Park.
Boy Scout Troop 101 — which dedicated its new headquarters Sunday — lost its home base when the Elks Lodge shut down.
The Memorial Day 100 wrapped up Sunday morning at Avenue 444 Flags in Hermitage. 40 vets ran for their fallen comrades.
Danny Catullo from Catullo Prime Meats in Poland shared some grilling tips with WKBN to make this year’s cookout is your best one yet.
Scleroderma involves the hardening and tightening of the skin and connective tissues that support the body.
A dispatcher’s job is more than just answering a phone call, they’re the ones ready to help at a moment’s notice.
WKBN rode with Sharon Police Officer Steve Winans while he was out on patrol Saturday.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Basilica and St. Patrick Church earned Community Revitalization Awards.
Vendors set up shop Saturday in the new Woodside Community Gardens in Austintown.
Burton Kephart of Franklin lost his son in the Iraq War 13 years ago; He now passes out a booklet to help others cope.