Youngstown police are searching for suspects who took car keys from an elderly woman at gunpoint and then took off in her car.
The crash happened on Oak Hill Avenue at West Warren Avenue.
A vehicle and motorcyclist collided Sunday on Midlothian Boulevard in Youngstown.
A teenager was taken to Saint Elizabeth hospital Sunday after he was hit by a car.
Parishioners of Saint Dominic’s Catholic Church are saying farewell to a beloved leader of their congregation.
The arrival of cooler weather and changing leaves can mean only one thing: It is time again for the Johnny Appleseed Festival.
Hundreds of people went to Howland High School Sunday to support a nurse’s assistant battling a rare form of cancer.
Students with John F. Kennedy Catholic School Kids That Care Club took steps to fight cancer Sunday.
The victim was taken by a private vehicle to Trumbull Memorial Hospital.
A resident in East Palestine who keeps a goat as a pet prompted a question as to the zoning authorization for livestock.
The bridge was struck by a truck and damaged back in August.
The Irish improve to 2-2 on the season.
The Rebels overcame an early deficit to take down the top team in Division 7.
Pennsylvania state police are looking for the 3 people who broke into the Sandy Lake restaurant.
The Mahoning Valley Historical Society is showing off their terrific local media collection.
It was the annual American Heart Association Heart Walk.
Some think the days of free parking in a downtown lot are over.
There was an event at Greenwood Chevrolet in Austintown on Saturday.
56-year-old Thomas Macri died last Sunday.
The Boardman call center has 50 openings.
Sharpsville has outscored their opponents 131-32 through three weeks.
Turnovers hurt the Cardinals in the first half against the Irish.
According to Chief Engineer Gene Leson, the levels do not pose any kind of major health risk, and the water is safe to drink.
Darkela Parker was sworn in on Friday.
The speed camera program started on August 18.
The free giveaway for veterans was at the Veterans Outreach building in Liberty.
Apple producers said the crops have certainly battled the weather this year.
First Ward Councilwoman Annie Gillam expressed support for the idea, provided no one gets kicked out of their home.
Dozens of people gathered in Warren Friday to observe P.O.W. – M.I.A. Recognition day.
One of the young dogs was tied up outside and near death, according to the deputy dog warden.