Severe weather hit the area on June 5, 2016
A government study found that between 1982 and 2014 nearly 13,600 people died from ATV related accidents.
159 couples renewed their vows Sunday at St. Columba Cathedral in Youngstown.
The annual Cancer Survivor Picnic was held at the Jewish Community Center in Youngstown.
Troopers were collecting non-perishable items and canned goods in order to support the food pantry.
The outages are on Glenwood Avenue near Breaden Street and in the area of Taft Avenue and Campbell Street.
Dr. Elena Rossi said three babies die each week in Ohio from unsafe sleeping habits.
“I mean he was just so far ahead of his game, he was so far ahead of the sport,” Mancini said.
Sunday will mark one year to the day that a woman from Farrell went missing, and her family wants answers.
The facility will help meet the growing needs of the Trumbull County community.
Saturday marked the 3rd annual Hacker Classic at the Tamer Win Golf Course in Cortland.
Penn Ohio Rehabilitation was a huge sponsor for the event, having major responsibilities for its planning.
Saturday, marking one week since his death, friends, family and members of the community gathered to remember Walton.
The 5th annual RiverFest brought together a ton of people, all to promote efforts to clean up the Mahoning River.
The team traveled to Firestone Stadium in Akron to face Wheelersburg as they look to cap the best season in school history.
Volunteers focused their efforts to many different areas including Wick Park and Crandall Park.
The United Way relies on fundraisers to fund the programs they offer to those in the area.
Smoke filled the gas station, but the fire was put out with only minimal damage done to the vehicle.
Friday night downtown Youngstown kicked-off its annual Burgers and Beards Festival.
The Beard and Mustache Competition was held for anyone with any type of facial hair that could win a contest.