Parking bans are in place in Leetonia, Salem, and Struthers through 6 p.m. Monday.
The Department of Transportation is giving 14 days to get responses.
John F. Kennedy Catholic School in Warren held its open house for pre-kindergarten students through sixth grade.
Hundreds of firefighters packed the conference center at Mahoning County Career and Technical Center for the annual symposium.
Many downtown business owners support economic development.
The fundraiser was aimed at raising money to help provide the homeless with survival gear.
Hundreds of people came to Angels for Animals in Canfield Saturday afternoon to check out all things slithery.
The program is a small-group workshop to assist those with conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.
Teams competed in an Olympic-style, co-ed shooting competition.
The Mosquito Lake Polar Plunge kicks off the season.
The victim was robbed outside of a local hospital.
Four Valley families have a major burden lifted off their shoulders – their mortgages are paid off.
Once Upon a Child held its annual grab bag clearance event.
Money and prescription pills were also found in the raids.
Ohio drivers wishing to show support for the state’s historic Capitol now have a specialty license plate available to them.
The driver was able to crawl out of the car through a window.
Summit Academy in Youngstown is responding to a surprise state audit that found far fewer students in the building than reported.
Police in one Trumbull County community are cracking down on people illegally parking in handicapped spots.
One of the tax changes President Obama proposed in his State of the Union Address is getting some backlash from families saving for college.
Administrators of Vista Care of Boardman say they’ve corrected the violations that led to government fines of $49,000.