Twelve people graduated to become guides Monday for the Butler Museum of American Art, and they’re ready to teach folks about displays insid…
Police worked to clear the scene of a mutli-vehicle accident in Boardman Monday morning.
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A western Pennsylvania man has drowned while saving a young boy caught in rough surf while the man was vacationing in Cancun, Mexico.
After months of preparation, a new maternity and NICU wing are about to open in Boardman
Mickey Rooney’s approach to life was simple: “Let’s put on a show!” He spent nine decades doing it, on the big screen, on television, on sta…
Dozens of police cars could be seen surrounding the Eastwood Mall Complex in Niles Sunday evening, but it was all part of a drill.
The public got a chance to see some of the tiniest and cutest animals Sunday at Mill Creek MetroParks Farm Animal Baby Shower.
An organization is honoring the memory of a Hubbard teenager killed by a drunk driver by helping teen girls with a very special day.
An area church is reaching out to help a young girl hit by a stray bullet while sitting inside her home on Youngstown’s South Side last week…
After losing its tax exempt status in 2012, the Packard Music Hall Foundation will join another organization that specializes in philanthrop…
A group of volunteers is raising money to help put on an annual event.
Some residents displaced by last weekend’s fire at a senior housing complex in Sharpsville are being allowed back into their apartments.
What would possess hundreds of people to attend school on a beautiful Sunday afternoon? Christine Terlesky.
Now that winter is behind us, it’s time for road work season.
A Youngstown man is in the Mahoning County Jail facing numerous charges following a late night police chase.
A deactivation ceremony was held Sunday afternoon for the 773rd Airlift Squadron at the Air Reserve Station in Vienna.
The party introduced its endorsed candidates to the public.
One vandal in Warren picked the wrong wall to spray paint.
Last year, organizers gave away $2,000 in scholarship money.