Thirty two teams met in Liberty for the regional qualifier.
For the young and old, the triathlon was an opportunity to work on physical fitness.
Riders gathered around their motorcycles to receive a personal blessing for them and their bikes.
Trains leave at 9am and return at 5pm each day; lunch will be served in Ashtabula.
Three people were hurt, and there was plenty of property damage.
161 felony drug cases initiated in Trumbull County, January through June.
The worker was cutting the lids off of barrels when there was an explosion.
The CDC has some recommendations during this hot spell.
Saturday’s sweltering heat played a role in festival attendance over the weekend.
Kids who wanted to hone their basketball skills were treated to a celebrity basketball clinic.
This is the first year for the festival in downtown Youngstown since it moved from the B&O Station on Phelps Street.
Upgrades to the Brookfield football stadium are on track to be complete by the beginning of football season.
Comic books, toys, and cosplay all part of the fun.
A Struthers man was charged with robbing three juveniles in Yellow Creek Park.
Brookfield Township says “We’ll take one”.
The YMCA Triathlon happens on Sunday.
Besides the meal, Mancini took time to pose with everyone who wanted a photograph.
All Americon 6 runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Packard Music Hall.
An undercover operation at a local hotel resulted in the arrests of 10 people on prostitution-related charges Wednesday night.
The ban was an aggressive move aimed at protecting Ohio’s $2.3 billion poultry industry from an avian flu outbreak.
Business, science and creativity came together this week for more than a dozen students at the Biz 3-D camp.
How did Mill Creek Park go from seemingly normal status to closed in a matter of weeks? WYTV has a recap here.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Increased pollution caused the closure of the lakes at Mill Creek MetroParks last week. “The overall water quality…
Thomas Altiere said that the deputies have been with the Sheriff’s office since 1997.
The arrests were part of an undercover sting in which officers responded to internet ads that solicited sexual acts.
The space was built-in, with the expectation that more terminals would be built if the racino attracted enough business.
No one was hurt in the incident.
Boardman Police charged Trey Chatman, 21, with aggravated robbery and tampering with evidence.
The program starts Sunday and runs through July 25.
Ohio Senator Rob Portman is visiting the base Friday.