One person was taken to the hospital with cuts on his legs from LaClede Avenue in Youngstown.
A Coronal Mass Ejection or Solar flare, took place Thursday, sending charged particles from the sun hurling toward Earth.
The groups Mayors Against Illegal Guns and Organizing for Action support tougher gun laws, including background checks for anyone wanting to buy a gun.
With only 2 days left before the tax deadline, Mahoning County residents filled the MYCAP office Saturday morning for help with preparing their taxes.
The three-mile run raised awareness about animal cruelty, with the proceeds benefiting Angels for Animals.
Gun control was the topic of discussion Saturday at the Democratic Women of Mercer County’s monthly meeting.
Two homes lost power after a semi-truck pulled down power lines in Lordstown.
A 99-year-old woman from New Middletown proved she’s still sharp by competing in a crossword puzzle challenge on Saturday.
Despite less than ideal conditions for fishing, several people set up around Lake Julia in Hermitage for the first day of trout fishing.
Volunteers had a little extra work on their hands for the annual clean up day at Buhl Park in Sharon this year.
The several vehicle accident occurred near the state Routes 7 and 14 intersection.
Police in two different Columbiana County communities are investigating bomb threats that were called into local businesses on Friday.
The body of the former owner of Avalon Gardens restaurant in Youngstown was identified this week, more than a year after it was pulled from the Ohio River in Clarington.
The eighth annual Men Who Cook event was a benefit for Catholic Charities.
Stambaugh Stadium was filled with women Friday night ready to have fun and learn about football.
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Large pieces of artwork dubbed “parking structures” were unveiled Friday afternoon in Grove City.
There seems to be a big push lately for students, especially women, to go into the STEM fields, but is the push steering students away from a liberal arts education?
A 1-month-old baby was injured in a Friday afternoon crash on Interstate 680.
One of the candidates in May’s mayoral primary in Youngstown is admitting his past isn’t as he portrayed it.