Family members say police violated Sean Hake’s civil rights in January when they shot and killed Hake.
Police say someone went through the 4-H Garden across from Taft Elementary and destroyed vegetable plants and fruit trees.
Police blocked off S. Schenley Avenue between Kirk and Canfield roads while they were cleaning up the scene.
Firefighters say the farmhouse is on Matthews Road and caught fire around 5:30 a.m. Sunday morning.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a crash in Ellsworth Township that left one person dead.
The event is a day to celebrate how far children and families have come from their intensive care days.
Hundreds of people packed Eastwood Field Saturday for the 5th Rally for Recovery.
Target is hoping to impress shoppers by cutting prices on thousands of items.
Hubbard Township police say Dakota “Cody” McGivern was found walking by himself around 10:15 a.m. Saturday morning.
That, and other crime reported in Canfield.
Calling hours were held Friday evening for longtime local politician Harry Meshel.
A B-17 Flying Fortress that was built in 1945 is the historic plane that will be flying around the area.
People in the Valley joined together to help educate parents on safe sleeping habits for infants. Ohio’s mortality rate is among the highest…
The FOCUS Building aims to turn other people’s business or nonprofit dreams into a reality by providing the space and tools to make it happe…
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown this week.
Melika Garcia’s two daughters went on their dream vacation to a Caribbean island, only to get caught in the path of two hurricanes.
Police in Farrell worked for a good part of the day on Friday to catch a black bear spotted in several different parts of the city.
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Former State Senator and Democratic Party Chairman Harry Meshel passed away this week at the age of 93.
The “Meds to Beds” pharmacy is set to open later this fall.
The goal of Yellow Brick Place is to not overlap with any other cancer services in the Valley.
BYWAY Corporation in Hubbard officially announced this week that it is closing its plant on Myron Street in Hubbard.