Art See, 86, and Clyde Bolinger, 84, haven’t let their age and a major surgery stop them from competing.
The accident happened near the Belmont Avenue exit around 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Police said the boy threatened to kill the witness who was filming the abuse, and he also threatened an officer.
Police said five people were charged after searches at two New Castle homes found drugs and cash.
Austintown Schools superintendent said the swap will get rid of land that would be hard for the district to sell.
Police said the man came to the Youngstown police station and threw a rock at the lobby door, asking to be arrested.
Your plans this weekend need to include plenty of water and shade.
Donald Trump joined Pence onstage at the conclusion of his new running mate’s speech, even giving Pence an air kiss.
Youngstown Police have identified the victim shot on the city’s north side Tuesday night.
The price increase is largely for rebuilding and widening the road system.
Seven team members with NCCC will be in Warren for the next six weeks helping TNP build a better Warren.
They say Portman, like Trump, is putting his own interests ahead of what is best for the state.
Residents in Struthers and Lowellville are showing appreciation for their police departments by displaying the brightly colored bulbs.
No one was injured when an SUV came crashing through a Champion firefighter’s Alva Avenue home on Tuesday.
The woman told police someone shot at her car overnight.
The Dayton university made the announcement Tuesday afternoon. It was to be the first presidential debate of the season.
Closure of the bridge was anticipated to occur this week, but the closure date had been extended.
One of the big attractions at the Republican Nation Convention in Cleveland comes from Youngstown.
DeWine said if Trump hopes to win Ohio in November, he should consider reaching out to Kasich.
Only 18 percent of General Motors’ eligible Chevrolet dealerships received the Mark of Excellence Award.
The boil alert went into effect Friday after a water main break at the intersection of Wilson Avenue and 6th Street.
More than $300,000 was awarded to the district to improve sidewalks at McGuffey and Williamson elementary schools.