Mercer County celebrated Memorial Day with its annual Mercer Memorial Day 500.
Vince Poluse, 95, is the only veteran from his Army regiment still living.
Veterans will be able to live in the house free of charge when it’s done.
Tommy R. Butler III, 24, of Sixth Street, is charged with felonious assault, according to Campbell police.
Bert Dawson has been Columbiana County engineer since 1969, making him the longest-serving elected public official in Ohio.
The holiday celebration is a little more subdued and calmer than most area celebrations.
The awards honor those in Mahoning and Trumbull Counties who take an active role in preserving historic buildings, sites and districts.
The Valley’s gas prices are below the national average
A fire broke out on the east side Saturday night. There were no injuries reported.
Mayor Frank Jackson thanked the protesters who remained peaceful and respectful as they expressed their frustration with Saturday’s verdict.
A Niles man pays tribute to soldiers who have given their all to the United States.
According to the CDC, drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional injury death for children.
Home Depot comes through and donates a flag so that it could be put up where one had been stolen.
A catholic church celebrates the birthday of the church.
Wounded Warriors Project is a charity and veterans service organization that offers a variety of programs, services and events for wounded v…
The farewell celebration will be held on Wednesday June 10, 2015 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Drive Sober or Get Pulled over- that’s the message this holiday weekend from law enforcement across the country.
Union Baptist Church hosted the event where residents gathered to talk about what to do when stopped by a police officer.
Jim and Toni Amey have once again opened their private collection of Idora Park memorabilia to the public.
Farmers are facing a big problem in growing their crops. Honey bees across the country are dying off in record numbers.