To mark the occasion, the assisted-living facility threw a party on Sunday for its clients and staff.
By Monday afternoon, there will be three new officers on the beat in Youngstown.
This weekend is set to be the start of maple-tapping season in the Valley, but nfortunately, local syrup producers said the blistering cold …
On Sunday, animal lovers got to put their money where their mouths are, literally.
Drake’s Landing in Canfield held a Ceili, or traditional Irish dance.
The search continues for a 13-year-old Cayman Naib of Eastern Pennsylvania, who disappeared Wednesday.
Gibson Street between Roxbury and Palmer Avenues will be closed so crews can do emergency sewer repair.
Will discuss drilling-related earthquakes.
Teams had to have a dancer on the floor at all times.
The Hubbard Fire Department and neighboring departments battle blaze Saturday night.
One horse in Ohio is beginning a new life after years on the track.
Daylight savings time returns, but before you check your watch, check your smoke detectors first.
The Cardinals survived a late rally from Salem to win, 43-41 in a Division II Sectional Final Saturday.
The snowfall that resulted in loss of work days resulted in millions lost in the economy.
Obama said he had no clue that Hillary Clinton was using a private email account when she worked as the secretary of state.
An Ohio teacher secretly recorded his kindergarten students using a tiny spy camera inside a bathroom.
The Raiders rout Brookfield, 73-43 to advance in the Division III State Tournament.
Senior Heidi Schlegel scored 26 points in an 80-57 victory over Valparaiso Saturday.
The Blue Devils defeated Jackson Milton, 39-38 Saturday to capture the Division IV District Championship.
The Youngstown NAACP brought educators and community members together on Saturday morning.