As part of the 6th annual event at Oh Wow!, there were stage shows, games and activities for kids to play and learn from.
Judge Maureen Sweeney is expected to make a ruling Monday on Robert Seman’s motion for a mistrial.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a pedestrian versus car crash that happened 9 p.m. Saturday night.
Card number 42 ended up being the Nine of Hearts for the nearly $2 million jackpot.
There was the 5K run and a kids fun run, both starting at Federal Plaza.
A man in a private security uniform stabbed nine people at a Minnesota shopping mall.
The money raised from Saturday’s event will go toward the town’s firefighter association fund.
Hubbard Fire and Police Departments responded to a multi-vehicle crash near the Pennsylvania state line.
The AHA recommends 30 minutes of walking per day paired with healthy eating and lifestyle habits in order to be heart healthy.
The event gave kids ages nine to 18 the opportunity to safely shoot guns under adult supervision.
Supporters came out to Nevels Temple Church of God in Christ to listen to several Republican speakers.
Team Sanders, Inc. officially began working on its biggest undertaking of the whole year, the ‘Home for Christmas’ project.
United States Senator Bernie Sanders spent time on the campaign trail in northeast Ohio Saturday.
A power outage caused the depressurization event. The line was repaired and microbiological samples were taken.
The proceeds from the event will benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Boardman Fire said they received the call around 3 a.m. and firefighters were on scene in less than five minutes.
The homeowner told police the woman collapsed in his living room.
Nordson Corporation will be combining three of its existing facilities under one roof at the old Giant Eagle warehouse.
Supporters say Democrat Hillary Clinton is the president that the nation and Mahoning Valley need.
Police say two suspects assaulted a man in August, knocking him to the ground and tearing his clothes.
Colleen Murphy-Penk, the former transportation director for Austintown Schools, will begin working as early as next week.
The discussion will include ways school systems can improve their approach with girls of color who have experienced trauma.