If you plan on going to a public display or having some fun in your own backyard, there are a few things you need to know to stay safe this …
The world continues to mourn the loss of one of the greatest and most courageous authors in the world.
One idea community members came up with was providing more computer resources and books for the kids to take home.
The annual Celebrity Bocce Social was held at Cassese’s MVR in Youngstown Sunday.
The event features a wide array of activities for the family, and is sponsored by the Greenville Museum Alliance.
Niles celebrated one of its most beloved citizens Sunday, Harry Stevens, with the 4th annual Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day.
Volunteers will help fix five vacant homes to put back on the market.
The 444 flags symbolize each day that Americans were held hostage in Iran from 1979 until 1981.
A local splash pad is breaking records for attendance.
The 5th Annual Canfield Alumni Till Open Scramble took place Saturday.
A Youngstown man and a Newton Falls Walk raise awareness about the dangers of heroin.
Family, friends and firefighters remembered Austintown Firefighter John Fritz at his funeral Saturday.
Saturday was a gorgeous day for people in Campbell to show off their patriotic spirit during the holiday weekend.
Police charged driver Jabraill Garner and passenger Vincenzo Daltorio with making false police reports.
Don Snyder of Snyder’s Antique Auto Parts purchased the car. He knows the history of the car.
No victim was found, but police did find several shell casings and blood on the road.
McDonald Fire and Police departments responded to the scene on Pennsylvania Avenue around 8:30 p.m.
Two men and a female quartet have one thing in common: in the past 12 days, they’ve performed the patriotic song.
They set up the evening on W. Market Street in Howland, holding signs protesting Candywood Whitetail Ranch.
The man was thrown from the car and pronounced dead at the hospital.
In Ohio, it’s predicted that 1.8 million drivers will be traveling during the Fourth of July weekend.
Police said the woman took oxycodone from a relative with stage four cancer.