There were lots of hugs for Father Tim O’Neill.
The celebration honors Harry Stevens, but it’s not just the hot dog he invented.
The storms that blew through the Valley on Saturday turned into a tornado in western Pennsylvania.
Flooding has closed some Valley roads, uprooted trees, and forced two Trumbull County parks to close.
The parks will remain closed until further notice. Other parks may have standing water and should be avoided.
Two of the people who testified in favor of the bill were YSU President Jim Tressel and Regional Chamber President Tom Humphries.
The driver was 35-year-old Aaron Smith of Middlefield, Ohio. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
An Austintown couple, previously married in New York, honored their marriage during a local ceremony.
Police say the animals were in deplorable conditions.
The rain Saturday put a damper on summer festivals and events. Some were postponed or canceled altogether, while other went on rain or shine…
High water in the Mud Creek has washed over a driveway leading to a home in Lordstown.
Saturday night’s Scrappers game against the State College Spikes has been postponed due to field conditions.
While it was the couple’s dream to have an outdoor wedding, it didn’t seem possible that today would deliver that wish.
One Newton Falls neighborhood is frustrated with constant flooding issues.
The event features a bike helmet giveaway on Sunday June 28 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
A tree fell on the mobile home, trapping the residents inside.
The cancellation is the fifth rain-out in the first 10 weeks Sharon Speedway has been open for the season.
The weather has caused trees to fall and roads to be covered.
Cost of the markers was underwritten by the Frank and Pearl Gelbman Foundation.
Residents are frustrated with the flooding and have called government officials and organizations for help.