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.
A plane carrying a wing walker crashed Saturday at the Dayton Air Show and exploded into flames, killing the pilot and stunt walker instantly, authorities said.
UPDATE: // Boardman police and wildlife officers spent much of the day Saturday tracking a black bear that was roaming through residential areas.
The biggest and brightest full moon of the year will take place on Saturday.
The annual Riverside Railroad Train Club Summer Open House held at the Warren SCOPE center.
Since 1916, the Gold Award has stood for excellence and leadership for girls everywhere.
With the help of their church community, Highway Tabernacle Church in Austintown, Joe and Cyndi Martin applied and were approved as missionary associates for Assembly of God World Missions. They will serve in Ethiopia.
One of the lead detectives in the 1974 murder of the Marsh family in Canfield Township said sometimes it is luck that helps solve a cold case.
The weather forecast couldn’t be better this weekend for a Valley tradition. The Steel Valley Super Nationals kicked off Friday in Salem.
Since Monday, 230 volunteers have been on a mission in Greenville with the group “His Work, His Way,” which was started three years ago to help people who are struggling with upkeep or can no longer maintain their homes.