Sam Detwiler of Detwiler Farm says this year’s weather was a wild ride for growing pumpkins.
Beaver and Springfield townships have their fire departments on the scene, which is along a small road.
Valley natives can once again relive their memories of Youngstown’s own amusement park today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Nearly 2,500 people came out Saturday morning for the Out of the Darkness Walk in Youngstown.
Sight For All United hosted its second Eye Ball at the Deyour Performing Arts Center.
Detectives are asking anyone with information on the homicide to contact the New Castle City Police Department.
Alfred Angelo Bridal — which abruptly closed in July — is having a liquidation sale Saturday and Sunday only.
The Jerrod Calhoun era officially began Saturday morning, as the Penguins held their first practice of the 2017-18 season.
New Middletown Village police stopped a car around 2:20 a.m. Saturday morning after seeing it drive across center lines several times.
Today at Youngstown State University, people gathered in support of local public health education and awareness.
Youngstown State has named the athletics facilities across the street from Stambaugh Stadium the “Covelli Sports Complex.”
OCCHA says individuals and organizations should come together so Youngstown can form a unified effort to help victims in Puerto Rico and Mex…
Those running the longtime bar are starting a new business venture just up the road.
Breast cancer is a wide spread disease that knows no boundaries and does not discriminate.
Four years ago, Mill Creek MetroParks devised a strategic master plan, part of which included making improvements to the park itself.
About 20 veterans took part in the program, designed to help with stress reduction and coping skills.
The end is in sight for a pair of multi-million dollar road construction projects.
There are a few communities missing from this year’s reports, even though there are incentives to be involved.
The teens are part of the crew broadcasting the Wildcats’ home games, which are back on the air for the first time in roughly ten years.
When victims answer the ads and meet the would-be buyers, they’re handed the fake bills as payment.
The university canceled athletic activities Thursday while health officials investigated the outbreak.
Police believe that JeShawn Elliott killed Anvia Mickens in Youngstown before driving to Niagara Falls, where he was arrested.
Dominion Energy is working on a pipeline in the area of Elm Road to bring more natural gas to Bazetta Township residents.
Friday, State Senator Joe Schiavone toured the nursing home to see how it operates.
The group of Valley officials submitted a proposal for a potential build site in the region, hoping Amazon will consider.
Two people were arrested during a search of the home on Pennsylvania Avenue.
The mayor said an announcement could come next month on naming rights for the project.
Police say scammers are calling people in the township, pretending to be from the Howland Police and Fire departments.
In addition, Willard’s preschool classrooms will receive three iPads for use by students in the school.
The boy told police that his mother made him get out of the car after he argued with another child.