Youngstown native and former world boxing lightweight champion Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini greeted fans on Monday at Park Vista in Youngstown.
A new bill was introduced last week in the state legislature that would require those served with a temporary restraining order to turn over any guns they possess.
O.J. Simpson is back in court, asking for a new trial in the armed robbery-kidnapping case that sent him to prison in 2008.(AP)
State police in Mercer County have charged a Franklin man with murder in connection to a body found near a burning van in Mercer County in December.
Chris Mele brings 20 years of successful youth coaching experience to his new position at Kennedy Catholic.
The Nickel Plate 765, a 1944 Berkshire steam locomotive rolled through Leetonia on Monday.
A steel sculpture, called the Deck of Cards sits behind Youngstown State University’s Bliss Hall. The artist: 75-year-old Lew Devlin.
This week is National Nursing Home Week, and nursing home facilities across the area are celebrating with different events.
Update // A vacant house in Austintown exploded late Sunday after copper thieves ripped out gas lines.
The New Castle woman charged with crashing into a police cruiser while fleeing from officers, killing a 60-year-old Shenango Township officer, is being held in the Lawrence County Jail on $250,000 bond.
A tractor trailer accident on Monday shut down part of East Garfield Road in Petersburg.
Springfield seeks their fifth district title in the last six years.
A 23-year-old Warren mother was robbed at gunpoint during a home invasion by two masked men who held her and her two small children at gunpoint.
Pursuing art degree
A Lawrence County man is dead following what police are calling a domestic shooting.
Ohio Edison dispatched crews early Monday to Youngstown’s North Side following a power outage.
Milwaukee scored seven runs in the fourth inning to blow open a 1-1 game and beat the Youngstown State baseball team on Sunday afternoon at Henry Aaron Field.
A barn in Mercer County has been completely destroyed after a fire.
Local Native Americans Gathered together for a Pow Wow in Columbiana County on Sunday to educate the community on their culture and heritage.
Boom Boom Mancini is expected to visit the Valley on Monday.