The 23rd Annual Taste of the Valley was held Sunday at Stambaugh Auditorium.
Investigators believe the man was riding alone when he lost control of the vehicle and it flipped on top of him.
Over 60 groups and local organizations participated in the parade to promote peace in the city.
Two women told the police chief the officer was sexting on the job.
More than 100 people overcame obstacles to help the West Branch Local School District.
The event benefits the Michael Fox Foundation, named after a 22-year old Ohio racer who died in an accident.
Awesometown Oktoberfest was back for its fifth year Sunday in Austintown.
The walk included entertainment, featuring comedians and a rapper.
The tractor-trailer went into a ditch and rolled onto its side.
About 100 members of the United Steelworkers union voted 58 to 20 to accept a new contract.
Fire departments used Sunday’s open house to talk to kids about fire safety and remind parents of the basics.
Two women are facing several charges after a traffic stop in Campbell.
When firefighters arrived on the scene, the house was engulfed in flames.
The deadline to request an absentee ballot is noon on Nov. 1.
The officer said he felt a tug on his holster.
Among the stranger items on display are a jar of peanut butter and a cast-iron skillet.
A Colombiana County woman with a rare condition received some help in her home on Saturday from a Pittsburgh group.
Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center in East Liverpool got a visit from a few feathery friends on Saturday.
The Mercer County Health Department tested how prepared it is for an outbreak of an infectious disease.
The annual festival kicked off the university’s Hispanic Heritage Month program.