The 4K for Cancer Run, a coast to coast run, had a stop in Youngstown Sunday to help raise awareness for cancer.
The heavy rain on Sunday pushed a community concert at the Warren Community Amphitheatre to a spot indoors.
A local support group held a fundraiser Sunday night to benefit its new resource center in Youngstown.
Initial information indicates the balloon did have contact with a utility transmission wire.
Just like everyone in the crowd, they patiently waited seven hours to see Clinton.
A major political race in the state of Ohio is for senator, and Republican Rob Portman is taking on former Ohio Gov. Democrat Ted Strickland…
Girard’s new speed enforcement program that started earlier in July is about to get rid of its grace period.
A Girard man is behind bars Sunday, accused of raping a young child.
Franklin Osgood was pronounced dead at an area hospital.
The flagship location of Korner News in downtown Sharon has felt the tax’s impact on cigarette sales.
Researchers are forecasting that this season’s harmful algae bloom will be less severe than those over the past few years.
The Columbiana County Fair will open Monday, August 1 at 3 p.m. and will run until Sunday, August 7.
Police in Fayette County said the two were struck shortly after 5 a.m. Sunday.
A driver fled from an officer around 4:15 a.m. Sunday and crashed the vehicle.
Friday’s celebration was 100 years to the actual charter date of the Kiwanis Club of Youngstown.
Officials are trying to determine who suspects are and didn’t rule out that a suspect might be someone transported to the hospital.
Critics from both parties on Saturday questioned whether Trump had the empathy and understanding to be president.
The 13-story building was originally a Kauffman’s department store that opened in 1887 before Macy’s bought the building in 2005.
Hackers utilize malware that takes control of your computer, and you end up paying hundreds of dollars to get control of your computer back.
Bontje raised more than $5,000 in order to help a single homeless mother go from living in her car to living in an apartment.
The stunt was broadcast live on the Fox network for the TV special “Stride Gum Presents Heaven Sent.”
Police continue to search for the driver.