Liberty’s Michael Moamif stole home to give the Leopards a 9-8 victory over Lakeview.
The Cleveland Indians home was today and for dozens of local fans, watching it on TV wasn’t good enough.
Bailey Shade strikes out seven as the Tigers come back to defeat Champion, 7-6.
Rosemary Durkin, who served as Clerk of Courts in Youngstown for nearly 25 years, died over the weekend at the age of 84.
Patrick Heltzel, 20, was arrested Friday night by Greensboro police on first-degree murder and larceny charges in connection to a Warren Township homicide.
Police responded to a disturbance in the parking lot of Grace Services on Meridian Road around 3 p.m. Monday when the officer was struck by a truck.
Warren police were called to Washington Street around 9:30 a.m. Monday for a report of a naked woman running with scissors.
Authorities in Columbiana County responded to an area near the intersection of state Routes 170 and 154 in Negley on Friday, finding a pair of steel-encased pipe bombs underneath a bridge.
Youngstown city officials and members of the Cardinal Mooney Board of Directors met Monday to discuss the possible relocation of the high school to Boardman.
Now that there has been a break in the weather, many people are eager to start burning any debris they may have on their land. But fire officials are cautioning people to wait, because brush fires are not only dangerous, they’re costly to departments.
After a flurry of offseason moves by the front office, there is plenty of optimism for the Cleveland Indians for the 2013 season.
A Poland woman is using wrecked cars to help send a message to teens about distracted driving.
A Newton Falls man has been charged with three counts of child enticement after trying to lure four girls into a truck in Weathersfield Township.
Monday is the last day residents in Ohio can register to vote for the May 7 primary.
Three local restaurant chains donated $6,000 to two local nonprofit organizations.
The Mahoning County jail is now fully operational. The last of five pods that were closed three years ago re-opened Monday.
A manager and an employee at a Braceville massage parlor appeared in court Monday to face charges of prostitution and other related charges.
LaBrae’s softball team is enjoying early season success while Mooney’s baseball bunch are unbeaten.
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, whose conservative ideas made an enduring impact on Britain, died Monday. She was 87.
The eastbound lanes of Interstate 80 at the Hubbard, Route 62 exit were shut down early Monday after a tractor-trailer flipped over.