The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
Program Director and on-air personality Dan Rivers says despite the rise in other forms of media, he’s confident that radio still has a role…
Both Boardman and Canfield are seeking week six victories after suffering a loss last Friday.
Some hotline workers handle fewer than five calls per day and leave before their shifts end, said the former director.
The jackpot at SkyLane Bowling got up to $3.4 million and as far as the bowling alley knows, it broke the record for the game.
A Summit County prosecutor ruled the shooting justified, saying officers thought Lemmon was armed.
A state review found that enrollment at ECOT is nearly 60 percent lower than originally reported.
At the Eastwood Mall in Niles, officers participate in active shooter drills and other training.
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Katherine Irene Roof 94, of Salem, passed away September 26
Western Pennsylvania holds a true link to the man who made golf an international sport in the 1960s, and golfers feel there will never be an…
Four local teams are ranked in the top ten of their respective divisions in the Associated Press High School Football poll released Monday.
Cetin was described by a neighbor as so “creepy, rude and obnoxious” that she kept a Taser by her front door.
A Warren couple told police that an unknown man got into the house through an unlocked basement window.
Mary Ellen D’Altorio Monaco, 93, passed away September 26
A total of 484 vehicles passed through the locations on S. Raccoon Road and Mahoning Avenue over the weekend
A Warren man reported being stabbed in the thigh and back of the head after an argument with his girlfriend.
Work should start in 2017.
The Supreme Court found Braun failed to promptly prepare and file a divorce action for a client, even after taking a fee.
Police said Altamimi was warned not to come into the bar with weapons after employees saw him with a machete on Saturday.
The U.S. Marshals said someone has been calling people, posing as Deputy Marshal Pete Elliott.
Food services were back up and running Monday with a little help from donors.