A painting of Confederate general John Hunt Morgan was recently removed from an Ohio lodge by the ODNR.
200 teams took part in the downtown Youngstown race, all in the name of finding a cure for breast cancer.
The Youngstown City School District, The Red Zone and City Kids Care will raffle off 800 bicycles.
WKBN will have another Identi-kit this Thursday from noon to 5 p.m. at the Window World tent at the Canfield Fair.
Police say they administered Narcan to revive one of the passengers and both were taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown.
Valentina Williams was born in Cuba and moved to Youngstown in 1927. She has 17 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren.
Volunteers from Ohio and Pennsylvania have already been sent down to Texas but the Red Cross is still looking for more help.
JR’z Pub in Austintown is one of the very few places in the area showing the historic boxing match.
Art displays were set up all around Courthouse Square, along with vendors, crafters and more.
Canfield Police hosted a massive back-to-school giveaway Saturday.
Locals dropped off travel-size personal care items and snacks from noon-4 p.m.
National Honors Society students passed out bricks from the old Austintown Middle School building — demolished in June.
Parking will not be available at the Covelli Centre, but Panerathon’s website includes a list of where you can park.
Many associate football with concussions, but other contact sports like soccer and basketball can also result in concussions.
That, and other crime reported in Niles this week.
Police Chief Gerald Smith said the detectives in this case did a tremendous job.
Allegiant Air’s decision to leave the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport has forced families to refigure their travel plans.
Senator Rob Portman recently proposed legislation after a two-year investigation into the website Backpage.com.
Howland police found a man dead inside the motel on E. Market Street in July and protesters said that was the last straw.
Clauss is accused of stealing over $17,000 and tampering with records at the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
Volunteers helped people who are elderly, handicapped, or veterans with things like yard work.
Teachers in the district have spent the past seven days in training for the start of the school year.