National Free Comic Book Day was celebrated in several stores across the Mahoning Valley Saturday.
Hundreds walked around Courthouse Square in downtown Warren Friday night into Saturday for the annual Relay For Life.
Timothy Six Jr. from Niles has been missing since February 2014, so his family and friends gathered for a prayer vigil.
St. Patrick Parish hosted a free laundry day at Wishing Well Laundry in Campbell on Saturday.
The 46th annual Columbiana County Special Olympics were hosted Saturday at East Liverpool High School.
The free fishing weekend is held every year to get Ohioans outdoors and to experience fishing.
The Mahoning County coroner’s office say 18-year-old Jabreal Collins had been listed as missing since 2013.
A man was shot in the stomach just before 10 p.m. on Manhattan Avenue and taken to the hospital.
The winning design will be featured on a limited edition travel mug at Dunkin Donuts locations across the Valley in August.
Kyle Myers already has a job lined up with an additive manufacturing research company.
The Relay for Life at Courthouse Square is one of the largest in Ohio.
Organizers also gave their opinion on North Carolina’s new controversial bathroom bill.
The victim, Kenneth Evans, died from a gunshot wound early Saturday morning at St. Elizabeth Hospital.
The US Department of Treasury rejected a plan to reduce the monthly pensions of retired workers.
Drinking fountains at the middle and elementary schools were shut off and the district provided bottled water for students.
This project will fund the acquisition of equipment to keep the airport serviceable during snow periods.
There are two vacancies on the Mill Creek MetroParks Board of Commissioners and 16 people have applied for the jobs.
The new waste disposal superintendent says changes are coming, including the end of unlimited service.
Students attended a Board of Education meeting and then toured the city police and fire departments.
The driver is charged with OVI. Highway Patrol says all of the headstones seem to be from the 1800s.