Conroy’s held a customer-appreciation giveaway. Also, the Youngstown RedZone will hold a free Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 19.
Twenty-two-year-old Becky Pyne’s boyfriend dropped her off at the hospital Saturday night, where she was pronounced dead nearly an hour late…
Volunteers from WKBN helped rehab a home on Lake Road in Austintown for the Elliott family.
“Murphy Meets Motown” is presented by the Division of Multicultural Affairs at Youngstown State University.
The final score of the game at Salem’s Riley Stadium was Warren JFK 16, Mogadore 3.
The museum is located on Wick Avenue in Youngstown.
The Midlothian Boulevard exit ramp from I-680 South was shut down for about an hour Sunday morning.
A man from Youngstown is facing felonious assault charges after police say he stabbed his brother multiple times.
One of 18-year-old Trevor Walker’s friends called him “one of the kindest kids you’ll ever meet.”
The Help Hotline Crisis Center in Mahoning County has heard from those unhappy with the result of the presidential election.
11 Columbiana County food pantries benefited from a $29,000 check.
Pearl Frisk went missing from her West Middlesex home Monday afternoon. She drove unaimed for the next 36 hours.
On Saturday, the YWCA in Youngstown held a “Technovation Challenge” Crash Day.
Performances start at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Edward W. Powers Auditorium in Youngstown.
The final score of the game at Gill Crest Field was 49 Warren Harding, 31 Chardon.
A double-header match-up in basketball is set for Saturday evening at Youngstown State University’s Beeghly Center.
WKBN 27 First News Anchor Erika Thomas bids a heartfelt goodbye to the Valley.
Many in the Mahoning Valley are upset by the demonstrations taking place on a day to remember veterans.
According to fire crews, it may have started on the first floor and quickly spread.
Natalie Lynn is tutoring math to 12-year-old Emily Orlaski, who was diagnosed with kidney cancer two years ago.
The training programs offered at the trade school can provide a viable alternative for workers who have been laid off.
Police found baggies of heroin, crack cocaine, guns and drug paraphernalia.