It’s an annual event for ages 9 to 18.
Former Warren JFK and Niles head coach Tony Napolet passed away Saturday afternoon.
Saturday was National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
One ramp has reopened but another two will be closing.
Police arrested a Youngstown woman on Thursday after she allegedly threatened to kill her mother before stabbing her in the leg.
Police said the shooting occurred at 3:15 p.m. at the corner of New Castle Avenue and George Street.
The checkpoints, funded by federal grants, are planned to deter and intercept impaired drivers.
The students are looking at Phelps and Hazel Streets, as well as the area between Wick and Fifth Avenues.
A car hurled into a wooded area on Glenwood Avenue, flipping over and scattering debris throughout the area.
Members of the Senior Mentorship Program at Youngstown State University held an informational session Friday morning on campus.
At least one local congressman has ties to a potential replacement for Boehner.
The city expects to have the work done by the beginning of October.
Ticket refunds are available at face value at the point of purchase.
Would-be millionaires lined up again Saturday at Barry Dyngles in Austintown.
The accident happened Friday at the intersection of Route 7 and Chestnut Ridge Road.
A new iPhone hit store shelves Friday across the nation and here in the Valley.
The event kicked off at 1 p.m. Friday with a few climbs and starts back up Saturday morning at 8 a.m.
According to a September report from the Ohio Department of Health, one human case of West Nile Virus was reported in Mahoning County.
The advisory was issued after repairs were conducted on a pump station on Creed Street.
CVS expands over-the-counter sales of naloxone. Locally, Hometown pharmacies carry the drug without a prescription.