Ten people have died in the largest Legionnaires’ outbreak in city history.
Polka music and the aroma of ethnic food fill the air in Sharon this weekend.
Three Pennsylvania Supreme Court candidates were in Mercer County Saturday morning drumming up support for the November election.
Salem police have detained a suspect in connection to an early Saturday morning shooting.
The checkpoints will be held in Austintown and on Youngstown’s south side.
The detour was for a bridge project in Green Township.
Several off-duty firefighters helped to put the fire out.
The Youngstown YMCA has been promoting the event for 26 years now.
The annual walk raises Down Syndrome awareness and funding.
The state patrol and other police agencies are pushing the safe driving message.
Boardman Subaru is giving $25,000 to the project.
The TV production is done, but there’s still some work going on inside the east side bar.
Gianna Clemente won the US Kids Gold World Championship in North Carolina.
The signs are up along Glenwood Avenue in Youngstown and Boardman.
Business leaders in the Mahoning Valley are trying to get some of the convention attention in 2016.
Residents have until Thursday to cast their vote either for or against the project at the county administration building in Warren.
Both parents and kids were out shopping Friday in Boardman, saving money on back-to-school wardrobes.
The company president said prices for aluminum have fallen, making it much more competitive with other steel products.
Among the 10 men appearing during Thursday night’s prime time event, Ohio Gov. John Kasich drew perhaps the loudest ovation.
Sharon Police Chief Gerald Smith confirmed that brothers Larry Marrow, 27, and Jaylan Marrow, 31, were arrested in Delaware County, Ohio