The Sparks family was able to snap a few pictures when they ran into the legendary boxer at an airport in 1982.
Crews will begin work later this month and should be completed by the middle of September.
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A portion of 89 streets in Salem are going to be resurfaced.
Dick Paulini returned to his veteran father-in-law’s grave at Hope Cemetery to find the flowers he placed there were taken.
Salem Mayor John Berlin said he expects around 30,000 people to attend this year.
A selection committee made up of community members interviewed seven finalists last week.
Three corrections officers are being recognized for their lifesaving actions at the Trumbull County Jail.
Frank Amedia, who leads Touch of Heaven Christian Church, said he is an unpaid liaison to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
The man told police that his house was ransacked and only a bag of dog food was reported missing, according to a police report.
An airplane, owned by the late Dale Earnhardt’s wife, stopped at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport on Thursday
The Holiday Inn Express in Warren is ranked the number one Holiday Inn hotel in the country.
A witness told police he saw the front and back wheels of the car roll over the woman.
Turner was convicted of attacking the woman he met at a fraternity party and was sentenced to six months in jail and three years’ probation.
The FAA had considered realigning the airport’s control operations with Cleveland or Pittsburgh but concluded it would not be cost effective…
The Champion Rotary Club’s Safety Town taught kids bus, playground and animal safety, as well as other important skills.
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College students from five universities, including Youngstown State and Kent State, have been working together on plans to revitalize the ci…
Gov. John Kasich signed the medical marijuana bill into law, but patients shouldn’t expect to get it from dispensaries here anytime soon.
The bill, which comes as a result of the crises in Sebring and Flint, Michigan, adds new requirements for Ohio’s water systems.