Mayor Glenn Holmes was recently elected to serve as representative to the 63rd Ohio House District.
Dr. Ivania Del Pozo of Poland and Zenaida and Richard Blanco of Canfield spoke about the former leader of Cuba.
A NRF survey said 34.7 percent of people shopped on Small Business Saturday — up 5.3 percent from 2015.
Sunday was Tyler Gallo’s fifth year hosting the drive at his home in Youngstown.
Youngstown State University has moved on to the next round of the playoffs.
Animal Charity live-streamed dogs at a kennel so people could see what it’s like for animals to not have a home for the holidays.
Santa’s Winter Barn showcased a variety of animals, including reindeer.
Youngstown Police are investigation an accident that has a man hospitalized in intensive care.
Youngstown State beat Samford, 38-24, Saturday at Stambaugh Stadium.
The Eagles led 27-0 after the first quarter and never looked back.
Assailants emerged from a wooded area; Police said the attackers fired at least 15 shots.
Gallery 29 welcomed many customers, while Barn Owl held its grand opening.
Curtis Samuel swept in for a 15-yard game-winning touchdown.
The 12 local shops that took part in the event had sales on holiday merchandise.
The Columbiana County Dog Pound said they were called to a house by East Palestine Police Friday night.
Saturday, Nov. 26 is Small Business Saturday, a day set aside for people to shop and support small local businesses.
The school’s first head coach, Jason Stanford, will be in charge of the new baseball team, called the Eastern Gateway Gators.
Over 300 people shopped at the locally-owned Uptown Cheapskate along 224 over the course of Friday.
Owner Walter Fuchs estimates that damages from the fire could be anywhere from $800,000 to $1 million.
Police said the suspect matched the description of someone who had reportedly been selling drugs from the home.
An indictment says Trgovich secured investors for her company and used the money for personal expenses without developing a product.
People shopping on Black Friday said they believed the crowds were bigger on Thanksgiving.