Highway Patrol plans on doubling up its patrols, looking for impaired drivers this weekend.
Dave Metzler and his daughter think contaminated water at Camp Lejeune is the cause of his health problems.
Football players snapped a few selfies and signed autographs for about 100 adoring fans.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation reduced the speed limit due to winter storm conditions.
Police said a 20-year-old man from Liberty was shot Thursday night in Youngstown.
Other stores have already closed or will close within the next ten days.
The cheerleaders held the sign before Tuesday’s basketball game against the Girard Indians.
Many in Mahoning County still remember the feeling of the earth shaking under their feet on New Year’s Eve in 2011.
Youngstown State has a slew of activities planned leading up to the big game on Jan. 7.
Several improvement projects, including the courthouse restoration and new dog pound, will be finished in the new year.
Heavy rains in June of 2015 caused road and water line damage on McGill Street.
Judge Denny Clunk served in the place of a Mahoning County probate judge who resigned in the midst of a corruption probe.
Sakalosh’s arrest is the latest in a string of prostitution-related arrests in Austintown over the past few months.
The sanctuary is closed for the season, so the owners have until their opening in May to correct the issues.
Ross Linert was burned back in 2007 when his patrol car was hit by a drunk driver, and the cruiser caught fire.
Gibson pleaded guilty in November to voyeurism, gross sexual imposition and sexual battery.
Getting into better shape is always a big New Year’s resolution, but many don’t follow through.
According to the university, the 125 available ticket packages were gone within 45 minutes.
If you’re feeling nostalgic, Youngstown’s East High School has a way to relive your high school glory days.
The Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office said Gallite was convicted of domestic violence and was to go to jail on Jan. 3.
An Akron bar DJ was sentenced for beating a man to death who had complained that the music he was playing was too loud.
The MVSD Board plans to hire a replacement by January 22.