State leaders and veterans will discuss why they believe his foreign policy views are dangerous to Ohio families.
St. James Episcopal Church in Boardman celebrated the Feast of St. Rocco after morning mass with some good food and fun.
Sunday’s rain didn’t stop people from getting down to the sounds of the banjo, guitar and fiddle at the Mean Mary concert.
People in law enforcement, friends of fallen officers and people just supporting the cause rode over 25 miles.
An accident happened just before 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon, trapping a man in his car on Schenley Avenue in Youngstown.
The senior project helped the students get their degrees and helped a dog enjoy her life.
The carnival will take place from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Families are invited to the school from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. on Monday.
Concepts of Learning Preschool and Baby Land caught fire around 2 a.m. Sunday.
Winning over minority voters is key for candidates campaigning for the country’s top spot.
Hundreds of people gathered Saturday night for the 37th annual Marine Corps Reunion.
The OVI checkpoint that was scheduled for Saturday night has been cancelled due to forecasted severe weather.
The event is being held during three separate weekends and features 18 different events, from kickball to bocce.
Troopers from the Warren Post of the OSHP arrived to the scene of the one vehicle crash around 7:50 p.m.
People who live around the home are upset not only because the house is going to be torn down, but because they’re going to lose their backy…
Over 2,000 participants went to the 9th annual Buddy Walk Saturday, hosted at the Shops at Boardman Park.
The Tyler Mahoning Valley Historical Society hosted a field trip to the T.P. Auto Parts Museum Saturday.
The Church of Jesus Christ in Austintown gave away free clothes Saturday to those in need.
The block party had music, food, games and an art show.
A Black Lives Matter rally occurred Saturday at 12:30 p.m. starting at the Oakhill Renaissance Building.
There are two different races: a two-mile and a 10K. A kid’s fun run is free to sign up.
The next important thing is to make sure kids have a good, healthy breakfast each morning.
The admission fee is $8. Kids under 12 are free.
Hope over Heroin Mahoning Valley is trying to raise awareness about the heroin problem in the Valley.
About 1,500 book bags were given away to children in kindergarten through 12th grade.
With eight cards left on the board, the jackpot is expected to reach one million dollars.
The motorcycle run starts at 10:00 a.m. at the Boardman Quaker Steak and Lube.
Police have no suspects yet and the cause of death has not been determined.
Joe Pavlansky wrote the book and came up with the idea after noticing Campbell was the only local area without a book.
According to to the Ohio Department of Transportation, the scene has been cleared as of 2 p.m.