One person is dead after an automobile accident Sunday night in Youngstown.
Dog owners flocked to Niles Sunday afternoon for the third annual Dog Ownership Day at the Eastwood Expo Center.
One of the largest events in Sharon this summer is responsible for a financial boost to area businesses.
Each year families in Mercer County look forward to the Munnell Run Farm Day. Sunday marked the ninth year for the event.
Runners pounded the pavement Sunday morning in Mill Creek Park for the inaugural Green Cathedral 5K and a half marathon.
Lots of food, entertainment and handmade items were all part of the fun at this year’s Artisan’s Festival in Leetonia.
A bike ride in Champion on Sunday was aimed at helping disabled veterans transition back to life outside the military.
Howland native Heather Wells is representing Ohio in Sunday night’s Miss America contest.
Youngstown police and the Mahoning Valley Crisis Response Team surrounded a house on Glacierview Drive in Youngstown and arrested a man insi…
Youngstown looks at urban farming and the opportunities it offers to residents. Free classes are beginning soon.
The Mahoning County Violent Crimes Task Force is offering a $25,000 reward in connection to information in the death of former Valley busine…
More than 200,000 bowhunters are expected to participate in Ohio’s popular white-tailed deer archery hunting season starting Sept. 28 and co…
There were different things happening all day in Sharon, ending with a lighting ceremony of cauldrons placed in the Shenango River.
The Youngstown State University chapter of Habitat for Humanity partnered with the Western Reserve United Methodist Church mission committee…
The steak fry is one of two main fundraisers the Saint Vincent de Paul Society holds every year to help support the soup kitchen and food pa…
Celebrations were held at the Volant Mills as the building turned 201 years old.
On Saturday, four girls presented Angels for Animals with money they raised from a lemonade stand.
Pets, with the help of their owners, created works of art using everything from their paws to their tails.
Motorcycle riders from near and far traveled to the Valley Saturday morning to lift the spirits of a young boy battling brain cancer.
The first 200 children received a fishing pole at the annual Armstrong Antlers and Anglers show at Boardman Park.