Every year people dress up as zombies and dance to the Michael Jackson hit.
The crash occurred at the intersection of East Market and Perkinswood Boulevard Northeast at around 5:00 Saturday morning.
Businesses, organizations and churches all partnered together in more than 80 projects in Trumbull County to help those in need.
Firefighters in Canfield are learning the critical things they have to do to save lives after a car accident.
Six different players scored for the Cardinals in a 6-0 win over Salem Saturday.
Dollar Slices Pizza Company celebrates grand opening.
The Rebels advance to play South Range next Tuesday in the Division III District Tournament.
Ronald McDonald House Charities is partnering with the Salvation Army to distribute coats to deserving families.
Joey Shushok, an Austintown student battling cancer, is met with even more support from his community.
Boardman’s Jacinta Pikunas finishes 2nd in the girls Division I State Golf Championship in Columbus
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The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
The 35-year-old’s condition continues to improve, but reports said he needs the kidney.
Cheddar was returned to his family after he went missing over four years ago.
Scott, who died of cancer earlier this year, was one of ESPN’s and ABC Sports’ most recognizable and quotable personalities.
Pearce said officials were able to thwart the attack long before the teens planned to commit it.
Prosecutors have enough evidence to try 58-year-old Diomedes Ceballos of Scranton on charges.
Stillwater police Capt. Kyle Gibbs told The Associated Press that three people were killed and 22 were injured in the crash.
The jury chose life over the death penalty for Ivery, who had pleaded to be spared.
She was little Natalie Wood’s mother in the Christmas classic “Miracle on 34th Street.”