Zion Lutheran Church's Sunday school held its second annual family carnival for God's Global Barnyard, which is part of the Lutheran World R…
The Ohio Department of Transportation was worked around the clock on Saturday and Sunday to remove snow and salt roads
A disciplinary hearing is slated this week for a city worker who is facing a felony drug charge.
The Mahoning and Shenango valleys ushered in March with yet another winter storm.
The Ohio and Pennsylvania departments of transportation are ready for the snowfall expected Sunday.
Mardi Gras is still a few days away, but that didn't stop folks from kicking off the celebration Saturday night in Youngstown.
Habitat for Humanity is building a brand new house for an Austintown family.
Kids from churches across the Valley gathered Saturday to put their singing skills to the test.
The mild temperatures on Saturday may lead some to believe spring may truly be around the corner. But customers at local super markets know …
African-American history was the order of the day Saturday afternoon in Warren.
Students gathered in Youngstown Saturday to take a stand against bullying.
Police identify a boy that was found dead at a home on Youngstown's South Side. The frantic 911 call reveals the family's frantic plea for h…
One man was injured late Friday when his house caught fire.
The former lead singer of the rock group Hootie and the Blowfish performed at the Covelli Centre Friday night.
Rich Center for Autism and Angels for Animals were two charities receiving goodwill from another this evening.
Students in Columbiana County used art to show how they see drugs and alcohol and the consequences of drinking and using drugs.
For the first time ever, the staff at the Park Vista Retirement Center held a chili cook off.
A man accused of stealing candy from a truck stop in Trumbull County turned himself in to police.
On a cold Friday night, more than two dozen people showed their best dance moves inside a local school to support a Youth Ministry program.
Land banks in Mahoning and Trumbull counties received $4.2 and $3.2 million respectively to tear down blighted properties.