Over 250 people showed up to the community Thanksgiving dinner on the north side of Youngstown.
A jury recommended the death penalty Saturday for a man convicted of aggravated murder in a triple homicide at a Cleveland barbershop.
Both the officer and suspect were taken to St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital but had no injuries.
The event is at the Arms Family Museum at 648 Wick Avenue in Youngstown.
Saturday, the Trumbull County Sanitary Engineers Office sent out a release saying the boil alert has been lifted.
Ray Ream, owner of Cottonwood Associates, says no matter how big or small, any donation can make a difference.
More than 75 emergency personnel and 20 emergency vehicles were on the scene of a fire in Green Township.
Although mosquito season has ended in some areas of the world and transmission of the virus has slowed, it’s far from gone.
Valley Congressman Tim Ryan said the call to run against current House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi did not come until election night.
Drivers are reminded to find a safe way home if they’ve been drinking.
A modern-day Klansman says the group doesn’t hate anyone – it just doesn’t like to mix with other cultures.
According to a police report, she didn’t let go of her purse right away, so the suspect threw her to the ground.
She told officers that people gathered in a parking lot on Garden Street were “tussling” when she heard a gunshot.
Friday, the temperatures were in the 70s, but the temperature is expected to rapidly drop by Saturday morning.
Police say the methamphetamine lab was discovered in Andrew Delucia, Jr.’s apartment after a search.
The Bel-Park Professional Building has remained vacant for 10 years, and the city wants to take ownership.
With Bottom Dollar, Sparkle Market in New Middletown, and IGA in Campbell and Girard shutting their doors, Rulli Brothers has found the secr…
When Bella arrived at Animal Charity, she didn’t have any fur, was blind and had a number of infections.
This year’s banquet, in honor of National Philanthropy Day, was the 26th year the event has been held in the Valley.
The results of a TourismOhio report represented a 6 percent increase in tourist activity in Mahoning County since 2013.