It was business as usual today, with patrons and vendors proving that nothing can bring down their spirits.
Police suspected the Austintown man was under the influence because his eyes were glassy and his speech was slurred, officers said.
She did not announce a date for the concert.
In the midst of the Valley’s heroin crisis, the demands on a paramedic are even greater.
More than 20 volunteers from several organizations teamed up Friday morning for WKBN’s Caring for Our Community campaign.
Animal Caregiver Sherry Bankey said the donation will save the charities thousand of dollars.
It was the seventh Honda engine to fail during the lead-up to the Indy 500.
Graham Rahal, the 28-year-old Ohio native, senses IndyCar is undergoing a change.
Let the hype, and the waiting, begin: Game 1 isn’t until June 1.
The revised rules say female employees can return to wearing open-toe shoes.
The district has spent nearly $900,000 on substitutes so far this year — over $300,000 more than last year.
Congratulations to the valedictorian of Hickory High School in Hermitage, Pennsylvania.
Congratulations to the valedictorians of Howland High School in Warren, Ohio.
Congratulations to the valedictorian of Hubbard High School in Hubbard, Ohio.
Congratulations to the valedictorians of Jackson-Milton High School in North Jackson, Ohio.
Congratulations to the valedictorians of John F. Kennedy High School in Warren, Ohio.
Trump’s budget proposal, released this week, would reduce funding for addiction treatment, research and prevention.
The foreign ministry has appealed for assistance from the United Nations and from other countries.
The service started with a procession beginning at WKBN’s station.
That, and other crimes reported in Warren over the past week.
As deputies led him into the courthouse, Jimmie Stella, Jr. — accused of killing a 65-year-old man — kept saying he was not guilty.