Art students at YSU got a unique opportunity to work with visiting professional.
The proceeds of the event are going to Team Alex because of their generosity to the Girard IFH.
The annual Peace Parade, now in its third year, promoted non-violence through the streets of downtown Youngstown.
Lisbon Rail to Trail teamed up with Weaver Family Chiropractic in Austintown for Bike for Children.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warned that scammers are calling homeowners claiming to be a rep with the Affordable Care Act.
If you want to make sure your opinion counts in the Nov. 5 general election, time is running out.
A car crashed into the side of a home on Youngstown's North Side Saturday evening.
Every year at Lawn-Con, fans get the chance to meet some big-name comic book artists right here in Youngstown.
Employees at Elkton Federal Prison in Elkton have been furloughed, but are still required to come into work.
Democratic candidates from all around the Valley were talking with other party members at the Knoll Run Golf Course Saturday.
Guests tasted beverages from the local area, across the country and even across the globe at the first annual Youngstown BeerFest.
Members of the gay and lesbian community gathered in Mercer County on Saturday to fight for laws in Pennsylvania.
The suspects showed handguns and asked for all the money in the safe and register.
The goal for the next Relay for Life in Niles is $60,000, a goal that will take months to reach.
Police arrested one driver for driving under the influence after a two vehicle accident in Beaver Township Saturday.
Police in Boardman are investigating the death of a man found near Southern Boulevard, behind the railroad tracks.
Fire fighters found the elderly victim dead in the front room of the house on Homewood Avenue in Youngstown.
The restrictions essentially cut down on consumer incentive for playing, and several area cafes already had closed by Friday evening.
A ribbon cutting was held for the Andrews Avenue Industrial Parkway.
Some of the money to pay for the new officers will come from a $250,000 COPS grant the city received.