The train went off the tracks just before 4 p.m. on State Street, not too far away from Reyer’s Shoe Store.
The students are looking to revitalize a theater and spark more ideas to improve downtown Warren.
Sunday marked the first Sunday of Lent, which meant an important day for hundreds of people in the Valley, taking the next step to becoming …
The Newton Falls Band Boosters were out in full force Sunday to help the band buy new uniforms.
Professionals and amateurs put their skills to the test on Sunday to see who makes the best food and drink in the Valley.
Water main breaks in Campbell kept the water department busy on Sunday.
Two-term Ohio Governor John Kasich has been considering a run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.
PennDOT is continuing to treat roadways in the area and will continue until roads are clear.
Under the program, residents can develop green spaces on vacant lots.
The event was held to build bridges between law enforcement and the community.
Police were called to the Belmont Avenue restaurant late last Saturday for reports of gunfire.
The money raised benefits more than a dozen charities supported by the Rotary Club of Poland.
Slick roads are wreaking havoc on Valley drivers.
Safety crews kept busy.
Weather conditions make for slick roads.
The Chinese Lantern Festival at the Forever Safe Farm in Salem was a part of a seven-day celebration for the Chinese new year.
With about 80 vendors at the show, people more than likely will find answers to their home improvement questions.
Friday was the first Friday of Lent and that meant a busy day at many Valley churches.
According to a 2004 Ohio law, no person is permitted to leave a vehicle unattended without first stopping the engine and removing the key.
Police said too much speed, and drivers following too closely, were the biggest factors in the accidents.