The slogan “Live Like Leya” was created to encourage people to make the most of every single day.
Extra saturation patrols will also be on hand throughout the weekend, looking for drivers under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Sharon’s Ziyon Strickland became the first receiver to eclipse the 1,000-yard receiving mark in Mercer County as just a sophomore.
Freshman Aiden Miller leads the Braves in scoring early on this season.
Jeff Hammond is in his first season as the head coach of Leetonia’s varsity basketball program.
The Wildcats’ Andrew Carbon is one of the area’s best scorers.
West Middlesex is off to a 1-1 start after the New Castle Tip-Off Classic over the weekend.
Fitch currently features four players who are scoring in double-figures.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
He is expected to appear in court December 17.
Families of gun violence victims in Newtown and Aurora demand new gun laws on Capitol Hill.
Commissioners say the Justice Fund is covered by a 0.75 percent portion of the total sales tax, while all other departments will be supporte…
The boil advisory went into effect last Saturday after a water main break on Tibbetts Wick Road left about 4,000 City of Girard Water custom…
Mahoning County is presently the largest county in Ohio without a dedicated levy to pay for senior-related services.
People are still playing golf at Mill Creek Park, with temperatures in the low 50’s.
House Democrats announced they will make ending a ban to use federal funding to research gun violence a top priority Thursday morning.
Both lanes are expected to be reopen by 6 a.m. Friday.
The new citizens are entering the U.S. at a time when controversy over immigration is at its peak.
It was a good year for one local businessman, who asked for the help of the Youngstown Police Department as he pays it forward.
The university was placed on lockdown after the suspect drove onto campus. No shots were fired.
The world’s largest retailer is launching its own mobile payment system that will allow shoppers to pay through its existing smartphone app.
The driver told police she turned around for a second to give her 2-year-old child a snack and hit the wire.