122 roses were placed at the Korean War Memorial at Austintown Veterans Park on Sunday.
Radio Operators, also known as HAMS, from the 20/9 Radio Amateur Club in Austintown, set up at Austintown Park for 48 hours for a public demonstration during the annual Field Day event.
A Boardman doctor brings a cutting edge treatment used by professional athletes to the Valley.
Two were injured, including a five-year-old, in an accident Sunday afternoon.
A young girl from Liberty asked for supplies for her birthday, only to donate them to Small World Cat and Dog Rescue Center in Girard.
Over 300 dogs began training Sunday for dog agility trials.
Although it’s only June, some kids at Mill Creek Parkl got excited about school this fall.
The Centers for Disease Control urge fairgoers to frequently use hand sanitizer and offer other helpful safety tips to keep the public healthy while attending fair season.
A suspect from California was extradited after he allegedly made threats to a jail where he was recently incarcerated.
Update // One suspect is in custody, and the victim was flown via helicopter to the hospital.
A benefit was held Saturday for a Boardman girl battling a rare form of spinal cancer.
People took to a local pond on the first weekend of summer to help raise money.
Runners once again used their passion to help raise money for a great cause.
Wing walker Jane Wicker was performing her act when the plane went down.
Habitat for Humanity opened its newest Re-store Saturday in Columbiana County.
Aspiring young athletes got the chance to run alongside some of their idols Saturday. Brad Smith of the Buffalo Bills held his Sixth Annual True Foundation Football Camp at YSU’s Stambaugh Stadium.
The city of Salem has come up with a creative way to keep graffiti under control.
Fallen firefighters of Youngstown were remembered Saturday with a special event.
A community safety summit was held Saturday where local, state and federal agents came together with residents to discuss ways to keep neighborhoods safe.
A community garden at Slippery Rock University could be a model for other projects in the area.