Iron Soup Historical Preservation is heading the project that will provide four veterans with housing, rent free.
Pugh, who passed away on Christmas Eve, served as the president of the NAACP and as councilman for the 6th Ward in Warren.
The owner of a candy store in Niles says he sees a drop in sales at the start of each new year.
Hermitage Police say the man was driving drunk when he lost control of his vehicle on River Road Friday morning.
A Big Blue Trucking semi tipped over after the driver failed to negotiate the curve.
Restaurant owners downtown believe removing street vendors from the First Night Youngstown event was what caused the increase in sales.
The last time Sharon had a downtown beat cop was in 2002.
One woman on the west side says two of her parked cars have been hit within the past month.
The Mahoning County Green Team is reusing old Christmas trees for fish habitats.
The Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport has been without daily commercial service since 2002.
Police in the state are now crunching the numbers to determine why there were so many traffic-related fatalities in 2015.
Zach Byler, owner of Byler Elite Strength Training, gave WKBN tips on how to keep your New Year’s fitness resolution this year.
Bottles, cans and trash littered the streets, even though the city provided trash cans for the crowd.
The Out-Spokin’ Wheelmen Cycling Club celebrated its 25th year of the “Heal the Hangover” bicycle ride on Friday.
In areas where winter is mild, cats will mate year-round. But in Ohio, most litters are born in late spring or early summer.
The event celebrates the signing of the document by President Abraham Lincoln, abolishing slavery.
Organizers say that the event is not happening because the sponsor can’t afford the insurance.
Crews were called just after 2 a.m. to a vacant home on Payne Court.
Tom Mackall, originally from Columbiana and now living on Lake Milton, owns what will be called the Town Center at Firestone Farms.
Singer Mark DeVicchio said he’d like to devote more time to his family and business, but band members say they’ll stick around.