Boxes on the curb can be billboard ads for the new goods inside your house.
Shoppers were either returning gifts, using gift cards or just looking for good deals.
For her efforts, Champion Middle School teacher Jessica Hrubik is a $500 Creative Classroom Winner.
A gallon of regular gas costs $2.29 in Springfield Township, Ohio. Just down the road in Pennsylvania, gas is $2.45 a gallon.
WKBN met Marsh’s family Monday at their home in Kent. They’re convinced others know where Calhoun is.
The Mahoning County Green Team is asking for people to donate their Christmas trees.
Students in the Lordstown Political History Club have been part of the 2016 election every step of the way.
Cleveland.com reports the appropriation marks a new era of transportation technology funding in the state.
Farmer’s National Bank hosted the Salem dinner, while Gleaner’s Food Bank hosted the Youngstown dinner.
22 people spent Sunday at Ohev Tzedk Temple to celebrate Christmas in the “Jewish Tradition.”
The emergency 911 lines for Lordstown and Warren Township were never down.
Aimee Cantola had a life-saving liver transplant within days, but about 22 people die each day waiting on a transplant.
A report released last month revealed that toy injuries alone resulted in 185,000 visits to the emergency room.
Lexis Yandel Bautista De Jesus, born premature, spent nearly 60 days in intensive care. Christmas Eve marked his first day home.
People were also lined up outside Lariccia’s in Boardman Saturday morning around 7:30 a.m.
The woman was stopped in northeast Cincinnati.
Firefighters in Campbell were called to a car fire on Regent Street Christmas Eve morning.
An overnight accident on Route 680 north sent one driver to the hospital.
A customer summed it up pretty well: “When you run out of gifts and they don’t give you a good list, you give them gift cards.”
President Obama signed a bill Friday that will upgrade the Youngstown Air Reserve Station’s outdated equipment.
The state only gave Carrie Weaver, of Youngstown, a small compensation and she couldn’t afford to bury her sons.
The university said multiple departments are trying to get YSU students to the FCS National Championship game.