The jackpot of $1,752,860 will only get bigger, because the 10 of Hearts was pulled this week.
As the crowd thinned following the ceremony, a group of Catherine Salter’s former classmates stood talking and hugging in the middle of the …
Father Stephen Popovich served a morning mass to start off the 3rd annual Fall Festival at the Liberty Healthcare Center Sunday morning.
For the last six years, the directors of the Columbiana County Fair have been able to present over 400 quilts to area veterans.
The 9/11 Memorial Park in Austintown held it’s annual service Sunday.
Highway Patrol is urging drivers to move over in their lanes for any vehicle on the side of the road with flashing lights.
The library wants people to stay and enjoy the atmosphere instead of getting their materials and then leaving.
Brown said that it is outrageous that drug companies raise prices when they do not have competition.
The museum is always changing its exhibits to display the rich history of Youngstown.
A driver has been charged with OVI after striking a Highway Patrol trooper’s cruiser.
The three people involved in the accident were taken to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries.
Saphire Kimmel, an 8th grader at Hubbard Middle School, says her mother, a recovering addict, has already taught her important life lessons.
The checkpoint will be held on Warren Sharon Road in Brookfield Township.
The group visited Ryan’s Chair Barber Shop on Glenwood Avenue before heading to Charlie Staples Bar-B-Que on Rayen Avenue.
A crash in South Pymatuning Township Saturday morning sent a woman to the hospital, where she later died.
A portion of Interstate 80 was shut down around 5:30 a.m. Saturday morning after a semi-truck rolled over on its side.
This weekend, musicians and community members are getting together for three days of music.
A total of 29 businesses around the city of Youngstown participated in the Community Cup this year.
Police said he ran into a fence, flipping over it onto his head, but got back up with the beer still in hand.
Police Chief John Lane says the decision to post the graphic images, which have now gone viral, was not made lightly.
Police are looking for Andrew Sarna, who they say failed to update his address although he is a convicted sex offender.
Police are looking for a suspect who they say robbed a Dunkin’ Donuts in Struthers in July.