Filled with excitement and apprehension, Valley residents head to D.C. for the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
Police are happy all of those drugs are off the street.
Jay Barbour was modeling in the bridal show when he pulled out a rose on stage.
The AT&T Call Center on South Avenue is hiring 20 additional workers.
Police said the standoff was promoted by a woman at a gas station yelling that the man was trying to rape her.
Dancing is a special kind of therapy for three of the students with Down Syndrome – one where they can show their talents.
Coffer was listed as a wanted fugitive by the U.S. Marshals on Tuesday.
Police said Nicole Mitchell was driving the get-away car for Taylor Duvall, accused of stealing items from the Boardman Walgreens Monday.
A SWAT Team blocked off Cook Avenue, and multiple officers with military-style armor surrounded the apartments.
Police said the driver sped off down Midlothian Boulevard, but they called off the chase because the roads were snowy.
Boardman police found Charles Pargo of Youngstown on the ground screaming a little before 7 p.m. Saturday night.
Calling hours were held for the Fleming family Sunday at Canfield Presbyterian Church.
Police found the victim, a 26-year-old male, in the street on Hillman Way near Prestwick Drive.
The Spartans’ Holden Lipke has scored 16 points per game in the last two days.
Boardman won their third game in a row.
Slick roads are being blamed for a crash Friday morning into the former Animal Charity building.
Police said the mother was in Target for over 40 minutes Wednesday night, when the wind chill was just 5 degrees.
The kits will educate parents on how to increase their child’s chance of survival in the event CPR is necessary.
The store promised to reimburse those with gift cards.
Other stores have already closed or will close within the next ten days.
The Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office said Gallite was convicted of domestic violence and was to go to jail on Jan. 3.
Anyone who donates will get a hug from Guinness World Hugging Champion Teddy McHuggin, of Canfield.
Police said Moore told them his daughter was “being disrespectful,” so he hit her in the head with a liquor bottle.
A customer summed it up pretty well: “When you run out of gifts and they don’t give you a good list, you give them gift cards.”
Tackling ice on sidewalks and parking lots can be a big job.
There are only four more days of Christmas shopping but if you don’t have gifts yet, these stores have got you covered.
Megan Stevens is still about 400 toys short of her goal to bring holiday cheer to kids in the hospital.
Police said Johnson had been drinking and was speeding at the time of the crash.
As the cold weather hits, you might be cuddling under a blanket. But tow truck drivers are bundling up for the boost in business.
Officers were called just after 1 a.m. to the 3-Thirty-Elite Training Center on East Midlothian Boulevard.