Twenty-four teams from Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia participated Sunday morning at Austintown Middle School.
Lynn Bowden scored four touchdowns in the game for the Raiders.
Nordson Corporation will be combining three of its existing facilities under one roof at the old Giant Eagle warehouse.
Police said Tursack picked up a woman from behind Plaza 76 and said he had taken her there for sex with a truck driver.
Four trials against Christopher Anderson have ended in a series of mistrials and hung juries over 14 years.
Police and the NAACP are investigating the incident.
Miguel Gonzalez was last seen on Saturday morning, according to police.
The 9/11 Memorial Park in Austintown held it’s annual service Sunday.
This weekend, musicians and community members are getting together for three days of music.
A three-day music festival kicks off Friday in Austintown, but the event is more than just a concert.
Thirteen veterans were honored with a plaque at the tenth annual Patriot Day tribute ceremony in Austintown.
The Falcons head to Louisville in week three.
Heather Fronk, 34, earned the title of Mrs. Ohio in June.
Police said an officer posing as a customer contacted the women through an advertisement posted on Backpage.com.
Every year, people show up for the somber 9/11 memorial service at the park on Raccoon Road.
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force released results from 2 checkpoints, held over the weekend in Austintown and Boardman.
While children can drown anywhere, young children (aged 1 to 9) are at a greater risk of drowning in swimming pools.
Fitch will host Brunswick in week two.
Austintown Middle School’s WEB program works to help incoming students transition to a new building and form friendships.
The sub-floor, which will be laid down below the main floor, was delivered Monday and will be installed this week.
Paladin is currently being served in 30 places across Mahoning County.
The closure was part of a road-widening project on Interstate 80.
Law enforcement and bus drivers are learning better ways to keep students safe.
The Church of Jesus Christ in Austintown gave away free clothes Saturday to those in need.
Brittany Szwedko, 27, was jogging in Fowler Township last winter when a drunk driver hit and killed her.
The company will be hiring nurses, state tested nurse’s aides, home health aides, dietary aides and housekeepers.
The checkpoint at 5627 Mahoning Ave. was conducted from 10:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. Saturday
Police found the teens at a Pokemon Go “hotspot” after they said the boys were playing in the school after midnight.
The band director says it is their way of giving back and thanking the police department for keeping the community and schools safe.
When finished in about a year, the facility will replace the current pound in Youngstown.