The shooting happened around 2:30 Saturday morning.
The tournament was organized to help a girl battling brain cancer.
A family portrait session was offered at Mill Creek MetroParks Farm.
Community shows support for Sergeant Newhard’s family.
An accident forced the street to close downtown.
“Start Your Engines!” is the first in a series of annual exhibits that will be devoted to local auto racing history.
The volunteers spent the morning weeding lawns and boarding up windows of abandoned homes.
Details on the five-year contract are not being released until a ratification vote is complete.
After Whitehead sent WYTV footage of the fire, WYTV reached out to him to learn more about the use of drones.
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Information and Investigation has launched an investigation into possible voter fraud in Columbiana County.
Danielle Heckathorn appeared for arraignment on Friday charged with tampering with evidence in relation to the murder.
Green Youngstown will accept unwanted electronics from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
The water will be at the Wellsville Fire Department.
As part of the new amendment, yards, trees and the structures themselves must be rectified.
Live racing begins Friday, October 30 and runs through April 23.
The top honor is given to schools which have all their students test in the top 15 percent in reading and math.
Police said the man also damaged school property during the incident.
The Mahoning County District Board of Health released its last set of water test results on Friday.
The city of New Castle is offering a $1,000 reward for information on who vandalized Cascade Park last weekend.
Firefighters are having problems extinguishing the blaze, as live ammunition is going off inside the home.
Work begins on the pond on Monday to add a new arrival area, drinking fountain and information kiosk.
Marco Rubio used his visit to Salem on Friday to discuss his energy policy.
Three men were arrested in Masury Thursday night, following a home burglary and assault in the 1000 block of Charles Street.
The deceased woman is identified as 35-year-old Teresa Hunter.
Six area organizations are getting checks.
They are YES, for Youngstown Educational Solutions.
State Rep Michele Lepore-Hagan and Senator Joe Schiavoni will speak about the plan Friday morning.
Voter registration forms turned in by the Ohio Organizing Collaborative have raised questions after five registered were found to be dead.
Sherri Horvat lost her daughter Gianna seven years ago. Now, she holds a memorial for all families going through the same tragedy
Seven girls committed to grow their hair out a year ago to donate it to children with cancer.