The Great Conjunction Expo brought together psychics, mediums and readers for all things metaphysical.
Fire crews work to salvage what they can in a fire that hit several buildings in Youngstown.
Finding shelter dogs a forever home was one of the goals of Adopt-a-Palooza.
At least three vacant buildings are a complete loss following a fire early Sunday morning in Youngstown’s Uptown area.
Heavy smoke and flames were seen coming from the house.
The park hosted a special evening, catering to families with lots of games and entertainment.
A two-vehicle crash slowed traffic for about 45 minutes in the southbound lane of I-680.
Officials on the scene said the break on the 8-inch line did not impact customers.
About 30 trucks were on display, ranging from 1930 models to more modern semis from around the world.
Youngstown police officers teamed up with area youth for an elimination style basketball tournament.
The Covelli Centre was the place to be for beer lovers on Saturday.
A Canfield family has returned their pit bull to the kennel after police visited their home.
Two people were taken to the hospital after a one-vehicle crash in Hermitage early Saturday morning.
The accident happened as the driver was rounding a curve on South Canal Street.
There will be seven less candidates on the November ballot in Columbiana County.
A nearly three-year redevelopment project along 224 in Boardman is almost finished.
Movie theaters are stepping up security measures, but not all changes include more security guards or police.
A Lisbon man will pay the price for stabbing another man over a roofing job.
To build excitement, Mayor Doug Franklin served ice cream floats to all employees in attendance.
Teachers issued an intent-to-strike notice Thursday.