He released a statement Saturday night saying “Trump’s comments were offensive and wrong.”
It’s a non-profit committed to making sure people have access to vision services, regardless of cost.
A monster pumpkin of 2,058 1/2 pounds beat the old record by 50 pounds.
The Warren drive-in first opened in 1950. Now 66 years later, it’s still owned and operated by the same family.
Anita Davis, who will host a presidential debate watch party, is “embarrassed” by Trump’s latest incident.
The Penguins outscored Illinois State 17-0 in the final quarter, improve to 4-1.
Over 500 people in the area have HIV/AIDS and more than 300 get help from the Ursuline Sisters HIV/AIDS Ministry.
He only suffered a burn on his left hand. However, two families are without a home.
Taylor Schilling and Kate Mulgrew will meet with supporters of Hillary Clinton and Representative Michele Lepore-Hagan.
Almost 30 people from the Valley are headed to Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas.
Ingredients that could be harmful to consumers with allergies, including eggs and almonds, are not listed on the label.
Floridians who used to live in the Youngstown area missed most of Hurricane Matthew’s destruction.
Fans can get a picture with the Larry O’Brien Trophy on Oct. 21 at Youngstown State.
Local political leaders stress the importance of voting and encourage residents to check their voter status.
Many of Cleveland’s core players got their start with the Mahoning Valley Scrappers.
Police said a man was stabbed more than 30 times after the suspect came to his house to get her things, along with 2 men.
The suspects said the fight was sparked by racism and threats from their neighbors.
Hazel Street in downtown Youngstown will be closed for a few days while a building at 147 W. Federal St. is demolished.
OH WOW’s hurricane chamber simulates what it’s like being caught in winds of up to 95 miles per hour.
Friday marked National Manufacturing Day, and MCCTC students were able to tour General Motors Lordstown Complex.
Seventeen new AmeriCorps members were sworn in to the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation program Friday.
The county warned residents not to be alarmed during the drill, scheduled from 8 to 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 10.