Under the new Return to Play Law, coaches and officials must all complete concussion training.
Gates open Monday for the 168th Columbiana County Fair.
Youngstown police investigated a shooting on the city’s East Side.
Beaver Local teachers have reached a tentative agreement.
Lanes restrictions have been placed ahead of the Route 224 bridge construction over I-680.
A group of cyclists riding thousands of miles for the American Lung Association made a stop in Columbiana County Saturday afternoon.
Community members burned thousands of calories Saturday during an event at an Austintown gym to benefit area athletes.
The Second Harvest Food Bank hosted a special day for volunteers.
A woman with a passion to help others is making hundreds of home cooked meals for people in need.
When you hear the term thoroughbred you think race horse. But a Cortland woman is transforming thoroughbreds so that anyone can ride them.
Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a “terroristic threat” made at the General Electric plant in Mercer County.
Several traffic lights were out throughout Canfield Township because of a transformer explosion Saturday morning.
Township officials have received numerous complaints over the past week of the intersection being blocked.
Money that was given to a Girard property owner for a fireworks display will go back to the festival organizers.
A memorial park bench will be dedicated Saturday in memory of John Lipinski, a regular walker on the Mill Creek MetroParks walking trail, wh…
Warren police said a woman was doing yard work on Thursday afternoon when a man exposed himself to her and asked if she needed help.
It is estimated that 38 percent of senior citizens now have cell phones.
Police believe battery thefts from the Warren Environmental Services Department and Community Action Program are related.
Police raided a methamphetamine lab at an apartment complex at 1005 Hallock Young Road in Lordstown.
A driver walked away from an accident unharmed after flipping a pickup truck over several times.