After a two year hiatus, the Small Ships Revue is back on the water in Sharon, but with a few adjustments.
Friends and family members of the Brothers Regime motorcycle club gathered Saturday to honor two fallen members.
Organizers said the market has grown each time. Saturday’s market had more than 60 vendors.
Families enjoyed pancakes and sausage as well as a petting zoo and games.
Construction workers at Route 7 and I-80 hit something while working and a transformer at the truck stop blew up.
The after party will be back at Chili’s Saturday night and at the Austintown Quaker Steak and Lube on Sunday.
The fire spread through part of the roof above a few classrooms, but no major structural damage was done to the school.
Police are still talking to witnesses and have not identified any suspects or a motive.
The Strawberry Festival started 66 years ago and was the biggest summer event in Poland for some time.
The family-friendly event that features amateur builders and their boats hasn’t taken place in three years.
Father Gerald DeLucia says he will return to the pastoral ministry full time on July 15
St. Jude’s and Our Lady of Lourdes are holding their first festival this weekend, despite other churches canceling theirs.
The Super Nationals is where you’ll find a vintage Mustang paired with a ’57 Chevy.
One woman finally arrived at her destination 28 hours late, and another waited in line for over an hour before the airline offered any resol…
Roleigh Culver shot Jessica Crowder at a home on Hamilton Street, then ran to another home a block away and shot himself.
Police said a man was sitting inside with a lit cigarette in one hand and a quarter-stick of dynamite in the other when the device exploded.
The program was part of a 3-week camp organized by OH WOW! The Roger & Gloria Jones Children’s Center for Science & Technology.
Local athletes with special needs are competing in the Special Olympics Summer Games in Columbus this weekend.
An OVI checkpoint is scheduled Friday, June 24 on State Route 45 in Columbiana County.
The work is part of a $900,000 project to replace culverts and repairs bridges along various routes in Mahoning County.
City officials said they had reason to believe that criminal gang activity had taken place in the Chestnut Avenue building.
Heflin had more than 800 pictures on his cellphone, which a relative reportedly found when borrowing his phone.