Some local voters say they’re happy that the nominees are vying for their vote.
Police said a man had stolen an ambulance from a gas station in Liberty because it had been left unlocked with the key inside.
Trump will be the second big political name stopping in the Mahoning Valley within the last five days.
Many people went to the 20th annual Open Garden in Hubbard Sunday to stop and smell the roses, among other things.
Canfield Fire and Rescue was well prepared for the fair and able to respond to emergencies faster than ever.
Police confirmed a sergeant was shocked by a downed electric wire at the scene of the crash.
The walk was started by a mother who wishes she had more resources when her son battled with a heroin addiction.
Fanni Jackson is waiting for a phone call from her doctor telling her a match has been found for pancreas and kidney donations.
Communities from Hubbard to Conneaut held a 60 mile yard sale for the third year in a row to help revitalize Route 7.
The quick response from Brookfield Township firefighters could not save a home on First Street.
Around 11 a.m. Saturday morning, a car crashed into the Boost Mobile store on Boardman-Poland Road along Route 224.
Upon arrival, officers determined someone did make entry into the business by removing plywood that was covering a previous break in.
It was a golden anniversary in Struthers Friday night as the Wild Cats football team celebrated its 100th year.
Ticket scams often involve third-party individual sellers who are not associated with an event.
YSU Day was Friday, Family Day will be Saturday and Faith and Family Day will be Sunday.
Travelers flying to Myrtle Beach Friday seemed unfazed by tropical storm Hermine.
The destination in Cortland is a perfect place for many to spend their Labor Day weekend.
Twenty-five years ago, Willie “Flip” Williams murdered four men on the east side of Youngstown.
Police said the driver and passenger in the other vehicle, which rolled over at least once, are okay.
Police said a group of witnesses was holding him behind a post office on Seneca Street until officers arrived.
The work will be done between Kirk and County Line roads.
Officers said he passed through stop signs and red lights, cut other vehicles off and drove on the wrong side of the road.