If you missed today’s show, there’s another one on March 8.
Fans who like to watch at home were stocking up on chips and drinks at supermarkets Sunday.
A display of 25 pieces of art created by Greg Rossi was shown at the Butler Institute of American Art in Howland.
If you want to drink alcohol– have a designated driver or call a cab.
One driver was on wrong side of road.
Vukovich is retiring from the 7th District Court of Appeals.
A set of 30 motorcycles will be making their home in Warren this winter, one of which is 100 years old.
Brides and grooms-to-be were exploring all sorts of wedding options at the Eastwood Mall this weekend.
Some well-known faces and voices in the Valley were given the President’s Volunteer Service Award.
One local animal charity has been getting some calls from people concerned about dogs being outside in the freezing temperatures.
Authorities in Lima said a fire at an Ohio oil refinery was still burning eight hours after an explosion rocked the plant.
A Niles man is in the Trumbull County Jail following a robbery and chase that began at the Eastwood Mall on Monday.
Modern cars with electronic fuel injection have eliminated the need for warming up the engine.
The road was shut down between Elm Road and East Market Street.
Sunday mass will go on as scheduled at Sovereign Grace Chapel, but it will be held in the assembly hall.
Lori Naples, a Howland business owner, and Melissa Wasser, an OSU student from McDonald, will be in Arlington next week.
The Warren woman visited the site of the newspaper killings and was touched by the way the French are dealing with the terrible events.
Police said the Huntington Bank on South Avenue near Midlothian Boulevard was robbed Friday afternoon.
The ice and snow made for dangerous driving Friday, and some drivers weren’t prepared to handle the conditions.
The 14 buses in the Austintown fleet have the longest routes in the county.