Youngstown State University’s class of 1966 met Sunday for a 50 year class reunion.
The 13th annual Hermitage Festival of the Arts wrapped up this weekend.
The heroin epidemic is hitting Trumbull County hard, so the county is doubling down by investing in recovery.
Some very special guests were in attendance for the service held at Second Baptist Church in Warren Sunday morning.
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church’s annual Greek Summerfest occurred all weekend long.
All American Cards and Comics held a multi-genre entertainment and comic convention in Warren.
Sharon, Pennsylvania is experiencing a record amount of fires this year.
The exhibit will run through the summer and end on September 11.
There were four vacant house fires in the area Sunday morning that occurred within less than nine hours.
Handel’s Ice Cream held its annual Dollar Cone Day on Saturday as part of their Customer Appreciation Day.
A few departments in Liberty Township cleaned house with a live vehicle auction Saturday morning.
The Mahoning County Republican Party has a new location for its headquarters.
Two OVI checkpoints will be conducted Saturday night in Boardman.
Two police shootings were shared on social media websites, both of which were watched hundreds of thousands of times.
Over 150 kids from across the Valley participated in fun, yet competitive summer activities Saturday.
Cody Allen Kuntz escaped the facility by running out of the kitchen door.
A week ago, Canfield won the district tournament by beating Boardman in the championship game.
On Saturday morning, The Colony is holding what it is calling “You Own the City Clean Up.”
Mahoning and Trumbull counties have seen an increase in the number of candidates running for local office.
Their instructor says there have been many changes in the community that officers going into the field today have to prepare for.
People showed their appreciation in Niles, Hubbard Township, Cortland and Weathersfield Township.
Ray Mashorda has been running the garden store for the last 21 years and before that, his father, Ray Sr., ran the business for 46 years.