Girard’s new speed enforcement program that started earlier in July is about to get rid of its grace period.
A Girard man is behind bars Sunday, accused of raping a young child.
The Columbiana County Fair will open Monday, August 1 at 3 p.m. and will run until Sunday, August 7.
A driver fled from an officer around 4:15 a.m. Sunday and crashed the vehicle.
Friday’s celebration was 100 years to the actual charter date of the Kiwanis Club of Youngstown.
Critics from both parties on Saturday questioned whether Trump had the empathy and understanding to be president.
Police continue to search for the driver.
The rain Saturday morning didn’t keep people from having a blast at Day Out With Dad, an event held at the Arlington Heights Recreation Cent…
Tom Stewart sold 20 parking spots along East High Avenue for $10 each to Donald Trump supporters.
Local Republicans made sure their voices were heard before Hillary Clinton’s campaign stop Saturday in Youngstown.
The conference will launch Thursday, August 4 at Youngstown State University’s Williamson College of Business Administration.
Members of the Ohio State Highway Patrol conducted a sobriety checkpoint on Friday on State Route 193 near Tod Lane in Youngstown.
A Shenango Township police officer was involved in an accident Saturday afternoon, sending him to UPMC Farrell for treatment.
Youngstown State University was packed with swimmers Saturday, all hoping to take home a trophy or two.
The summer months are always the toughest for blood supplies because people are not donating as much.
Homeowners said the water company does not have a shutoff valve for the line that broke.
Beaver Township Fire Department had both lanes closed for 30 minutes before opening up one lane of traffic.
Some work is still to be done on the football and soccer field, but the synthetic surface has already been installed.
A blue 20-ton engine at the museum runs. A 60-ton engine built by General Electric will be running soon.
The term was coined for low-income neighborhoods where kids do not have access to bookstores, libraries or community schools.
The band director says it is their way of giving back and thanking the police department for keeping the community and schools safe.
Friends of Fellows Riverside Gardens has been struggling to raise funds, but says several volunteers have come forward to help.