Local sports hot spots are getting ready for huge crowds, and a Broncos super fan is watching the game on seven TVs.
The family and friends of a Sharon mother who lost her life to cancer are taking up the fight to battle the disease.
Jamail Johnson’s mother, Shirlene, says prayers and forgiveness help her get through each day.
The officer says the driver fled from him, crashed the vehicle and then fled from the scene of the accident.
The national event, Give Kids a Smile, is a great opportunity for kids who may not have dental insurance.
About 300 people attended, including First News anchor Stan Boney, who was the Master of Ceremonies.
Even though DeBartolo no longer calls the Valley his home, the family name can still be seen throughout the area.
Another voter registration event is scheduled next weekend.
Volunteers hope the fair will provide fun for kids, and good insight for parents as to what their kids will be learning.
A portion of Wesley Avenue experienced a power outage on Saturday.
He says the money could go toward infrastructure, storm water sewers or whatever a particular municipality needs.
Polish Youngstown celebrates their heritage with an authentic pączek donut and a run to work it off.
Jean Guarneri has three children, 23 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren on the way.
Some lawmakers also want to know why the state EPA did not step in more quickly.
Court records show that Payne agreed to plead guilty in New Orleans last July.
The tests showed that 13 homes have readings above the federal allowable limit for lead.
P.G. Sittenfeld wants to improve the background check system so that it closes internet and gun show loopholes.
There was a distracted driving simulator set up at Best Buy on Friday as part of the “It Can Wait” campaign.
Veterans who participate in the program are given an assessment to see if they need housing, child care or health assistance.
Downtown Youngstown usually does not see much of an uptick in traffic for Super Bowl weekend.