Organizers expected to see around 10,000 people in downtown Youngstown for the Arab American Festival.
This year’s Panerathon will be one of the largest races to date with 6,500 adults and 1,500 kids.
A’s attic is a boutique located inside Adamas Jewelry and Gift that is raising awareness about bullying.
Authorities said the motorcyclist was heading westbound on U.S. Route 224 when a car tried to turn in front of him into Mill Creek Park.
The Vienna Home Day festival touts that everything must be made by a township resident or organization.
Boy Scout Troop 60 of Boardman hosted an emergency drill for other area troops with the help of local police and fire departments.
Stephen Malutic of Campbell purchased both buildings at Saturday’s auction for a little more than $47,000.
Every year, people from Columbus, Cleveland and Pittsburgh travel to show off their dahlia plants in a competition at Fellows Riverside Gard…
A Unity Shabbat was held at Congregation Rodef Sholom in Youngstown to celebrate the coming together of their congregation and those from Te…
Teachers will work under their old contract until Sept. 30 while talks continue with the school board.
The 17-year-old student is refusing to cooperate in the police investigation, so no criminal charges have been filed.
The non-profit organization will hold a kickoff Mass and breakfast starting at 9 a.m. Sunday at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman.
Nine local dancers trained during the summer at renowned programs around the country, and one even traveled to London.
State Route 46 in Beaver Township has reopened after being closed while crews build a pedestrian tunnel under the highway.
The city of Girard is now using a more convenient and accurate water meter system and has started installing the new meters in homes.
The Boardman Township Board of Trustees met with the Mahoning County Board of Health to get help speeding up the process to tear down severa…
As students head back to college, there’s one lesson they may not learn in the classroom and that’s how to properly handle their finances.
Kids got to have a little fun while their parents did their banking on Friday.
The Warren Family Mission is helping to send hundreds of local students back to school with the supplies they need.
A local church is hitting the auction block Saturday.