7th annual Chili Cook-off held

All proceeds from the Boardman Optimist Political-Celebrity Chili Cook-Off go towards the club's youth programs.

Man honored for walking

Arthur Dunn, 75, received a resolution commending the many miles he has walked over the years from the Trumbull County commissioners.

3 arrested in home invasion

Members of the U.S. Marshals task force were serving a warrant at a nearby apartment and quickly responded, enabling them to capture all thr…

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Man arrested on gun charges

Joe Poole was arrested Monday night after police found him in a car with a number of guns.

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Drowning victim's body found

The body of a Mercer County man who drowned while boating with friends last week has been found.

Students pave path in park

It was a perfect day Wednesday to clean up and improve Peterson Park in the center of Poland.

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Allegiant fleet back in service

Allegiant Air says its fleet of MD-80 aircraft is back in service after an overhaul of emergency exit slides.

Shutdown impacts sewer project

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Furloughed workers at the Air Reserve Station in Vienna Township gathered Wednesday for a peaceful protest.

Cruiser collides with two cars

An Ohio State Patrol trooper and two other people were taken to the hospital after a crash in Boardman Wednesday.

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YSU professor writes book

Youngstown State University history professor Donna DeBlasio has written a book called "Images of America: Youngstown."

Parks fall victim to shutdown

Some areas in local parks are closed due to the government shutdown, but many facilities remain open.

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Teacher surprised with check

LeAnne Snyder, a teacher in Boardman, was surprised to learn she won Office Max's "A Day Made Better" award.

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Cops get mental health training

Over the next two weeks, officers will learn how to de-escalate a situation with someone suffering from mental health issues that they may e…

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Shutdown won't affect MYCAP

The federal government shutdown will not affect a number of programs that help the area's lower income families.