The Youngstown Fire Department is mourning the death of one of their own.
On Oct. 28, an event is being put together to break the world-record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Penguins.
At the downtown Youngstown history center, you’ll be able to follow the Mahoning Valley’s history from Native Americans to modern times.
The breast care center in Youngstown says, for women over 40, annual mammograms should be a no-brainer.
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown.
About a dozen turkeys have made their home on Tanglewood Drive and have been harassing people.
Police say Jesse Stewart, Jr. and James Perry shot and killed a man who answered his door Wednesday night.
A Home Depot employee recommended Michael Willochell for the project after taking note of his respect and courtesy.
Two Mahoning County banks have weathered the storms of a stock market crash and recession.
Their duties included transporting cargo and military personnel to the island via C-130 jets.
Officers in Austintown and Boardman are asking anyone with information to call them.
Earlier this month, the faculty union overwhelmingly approved the contract.
The crash happened in the westbound lanes of the Ohio Turnpike in Braceville Township.
The Pennsylvania Attorney General and State Police say Karson violated drug laws and interfered in a case.
Ryan Sheridan’s Leetonia home and business were raided by several law enforcement authorities on Wednesday.
Hamad said he shot the five in self-defense but prosecutors say he coaxed the victims to come to his home.
The search warrant was conducted in reference to a traffic stop where drugs were found last week, according to police.
Detour signs will direct drivers to use Southern Blvd., Route 224 and South Ave.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash that shut down part of Mahoning Ave. in Jackson Township late last night.
Over the past year, $811,000 has been spent to fix up some of Girard’s buildings.
The annual “Girls Night Out” event had dozens of local vendors whose businesses are run by women.
Youngstown City School Board member Dario Hunter filed the suit in August claiming a public records request was not met.