Monday is the last day to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
The 14th Annual Greek Parade kicked off at noon Sunday at St. Demetrios Church in Warren and ended at City Hall.
A spinning event was held to benefit a Canfield woman diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
The Animal Welfare League held its 30th Annual Fashions for Compassion fashion show at the Mahoning Country Club.
Mister Anthony’s hosted the 5th annual Mahoning Valley Pizza Cook-Off to benefit Potential Development’s School for Autism.
A community gathered in Poland to support a young woman who is battling cancer for the second time in her life.
For the 22nd year in a row, motorcycle enthusiasts gathered Sunday to buy parts and swap expertise in Trumbull County.
Officials are still trying to figure out exactly what caused the fire at the Wade Mertz Towers in Sharpsville, but believe it’s accidental.
Those traveling along Interstate 80 and Mount Everett Road in Hubbard Township can expect some delays.
According to Ohio Edison, there was a pole fire in Vienna about 1 a.m. that initially cut power to 3,000 customers.
Crews have been working through the winter to prepare the site.
Houston-based Hilcorp is trying to use an old state law to drill under the property of four holdout landowners in New Bedford.
Three houses were destroyed by fire in Wellsville.
Fire crews from several departments were called to a fire at senior apartments in Sharpsville.
A tip from a citizen led police to find 100 marijuana plants Friday in the basement of a house in Warren.
An accident sent several people to the hospital and tied up traffic along a busy stretch of road Saturday.
A group of friends is making it their mission to clean up an empty lot in Warren.
Youngstown kicked off Minority Health month with a fair Saturday.
About 200 middle and high school students are competing in Ohio’s District Four National History Day contest.
A first-ever spaghetti dinner benefit will help a family still struggling to cope with the loss of their wife and mother.