Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, is leaving the campaign, following a tumultuous stretch marked by missteps and infightin…
Long lines began forming early at Dick’s Sporting Goods in Boardman, where Cavaliers t-shirts, hats and flags were flying off of the shelves…
More than 800 students preregistered for YSU’s Crash Day.
Police said the suspect told a police officer “you better get your mind right,” when asked to stop impeding traffic early Sunday morning.
Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers make NBA Finals history with their 93-89 win over the Gold State Warriors.
“This is history,” a fan said. “I cried real tears. It was overwhelming and breathtaking to be here.”
A woman from Niles finished in the top 10 at Saturday night’s Miss Ohio Pageant.
One person was sent to the hospital after being stabbed during a late night bar fight.
Recently, an alpaca, several goats and a tortoise have joined the team.
This weekend Warren transformed into Warrenshire for those traveling back into medieval times.
The Rust Belt Made Makers Market took place at Trailside Bicycle Company and High Octane Coffee Company in Canfield.
Cars from all over the Valley were on display at the new South Range High School.
Crews had the flames under control shortly after 2:00 a.m.
Brian Tolnar, the Director of Golf at Mill Creek Park, said it is fair to say that the AJGA is the junior equivalent to the PGA.
A hip-hop event at Utopia was held to show support and raise awareness for people struggling with addiction.
27 First News at 6 p.m. won a Regional Emmy in the Evening Newscast Market 41+ category.
The event was created to celebrate the rich cultural traditions of Youngstown’s Slavic community.
More than 100 people competed in the Mahoning County Developmental Disabilities Special Olympics Track Meet.
Saturday was the annual American Cancer Society Relay for Life in Columbiana.
Along with Friends of the Leetonia Coke Ovens, Leetonia hosted their 3rd annual Bigfoot Festival Friday and Saturday.