Youngstown’s parking ticket amnesty program brought in $40,000 in unpaid violations this weekend.
Board of Election officials started counting absentee ballots and preparing for Tuesday’s primary election.
Neshannock Township police charged an 18-year-old man with raping a 14-year-old disabled teenager.
A Warren man is facing charges after being accused of stabbing another man in the chest with a broken bottle during a bar fight.
Jury panels C, D and E still need to report to the Mahoning County courthouse Monday morning, even though the phone lines have been down.
Local artists displayed their work Sunday during the Spring Open Studio and Art Sale.
The Valley celebrated Mexican heritage and culture with Cinco de Mayo celebrations lasting through the day and night.
Thousands are expected to pay their respects to fallen officer Jerry McCarthy this week.
The Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic held it’s annual Sobriety Brunch on Sunday.
Several gathered at St. John the Forerunner Church in Boardman for the celebration of the Greek Orthodox Easter.
Youngstown police spent Sunday morning looking for two suspects involved in an SUV shooting on the city’s South Side.
A well known artist is will have an exhibit the Valley at The Butler.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, Boardman Park was the scene of the semi-formal Tea and fashion show.
Easy Street Productions continued its 25th anniversary celebration Saturday.
A vacant structure fire on the South Side of Youngstown not only destroyed the house but also damaged a family’s home next door.
A man was taken to the hospital Saturday night after crashing the SUV he was driving into a pole.
Officials at Thiel College broke ground Saturday on a new, high-tech communications center.
Looking for a hard to find book or magazine? You might find it at the Lost Pages Bookstore.
Hundreds of men from across the Valley packed the Covelli Centre Saturday for the annual Men’s Rally in the Valley.
The weather cooperated Saturday for volunteers in Niles.