Evgenii Dadonov scored with 1:53 to play to complete a hat track and give the Panthers a 6-5 victory over the Penguins.
The annual American Heart Association held its biggest event of the year, the Heart Ball.
The Youngstown Phantoms got out of the gates fast Saturday night, but Omaha scored 4-straight to get the win.
YSU did not make crucial free throws down the stretch in regulation and overtime which ultimatley sunk the Penguins Saturday night.
Indiya Benjamin and Nikki Arbanas both broke the YSU records for three-pointers made in a career Saturday night in the Penguins win over riv…
The Spartans finished 5th and 7th in their relay races Saturday at the State Meet in Canton.
The Boardman senior took the podium twice in his final meet with the Spartans.
The event helped raise money for the Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center in downtown Youngstown.
The Michael Kusalaba Library in Youngstown had a ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday morning.
Ohio still has some time until the May primary election, and arguably the biggest race on the ballot will be for governor.
West Middlesex registered their 19th win behind Dogan and White’s 22.
Among the refugees were the parents of current South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
The entire viewing area is under an areal flood watch while Columbiana County is under a flood watch.
Raiders hold off fierce charge by the Crusaders
The upset was only the second curling medal in U.S. history, with the first coming in a bronze-medal game at the 2006 Turin Games.
Jackson Township police say a Canal Fulton police officer checking on a 16-year-old girl and 17-year-old boy’s welfare found them together a…
Sunoco was ordered to pay $12.6 million for everything that’s gone wrong with the construction of the Mariner East 2 Pipeline.
SWAT officers were in a standoff with Keith McCauley II for several hours in Columbus Thursday.
According to the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office, his body was recovered from a pond a short distance from his home.
A handful of companies have ended discount programs with the NRA as the group aggressively resists calls for stricter gun control
The case’s outcome could affect unions representing over 5 million government workers in 24 states and the District of Columbia.
Many with deep, longstanding ties in the country who stayed out of trouble were allowed to stay under Obama but are now ordered to leave.