The ceremony remembered those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks and honored the heroes of that day.
A demonstration was held on the corner of Market Street and Route 224 in Boardman Friday protesting puppy mills and Harbor Pet Center.
Many ceremonies will be held in the Mahoning Valley today to honor those who died and served as a result of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Mooney plays spoiler at Boardman stadium opening
Boardman High School players got their first taste of turf.
McClurg Road is to be widened near the YMCA and Saint Es.
On Aug. 21, the Austintown Democrat officially resigned his seat as an Ohio representative.
The new Western Reserve Road bridge over Interstate 680 is open.
The bridge could open as soon as Monday evening.
There was plenty of food, music and fun.
The money will go to help people with life-threatening diseases that take away people’s ability to walk, talk and even breathe.
Signs are popping up in Boardman neighborhoods asking motorists to slow down.
Mentor proves too much for Boardman in season openera
Police charged James Harrison, 55, and Michelle Harrison, 53, with felonious assault and domestic violence.
Pennsylvania State Parole Police arrested Norman Harvey.
The chicken franchise is moving across the street after McDonald’s moved DOWN the street.
Police examined 562 vehicles at the checkpoints.
This time, the burglar got away with store items.
How to make the lake safe for fishing and boating again.
Movie theaters are stepping up security measures, but not all changes include more security guards or police.
One bacteria test number jumped to 727.
The Republican U.S. Senator is talking jobs all around Ohio.
Triptech has a facility in Boardman Township.
It’s at the Ohio Means Jobs office Monday through Wednesday.
The annual walk raises Down Syndrome awareness and funding.
The signs are up along Glenwood Avenue in Youngstown and Boardman.
Both parents and kids were out shopping Friday in Boardman, saving money on back-to-school wardrobes.
Work started earlier this week milling and then repaving the pothole-plagued Indianola Road between South Avenue and Market Street.
Balloons mark the spot where goodies can be bought.
Applications will be taken by Marshalls staff from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Aug. 13 at the OhioMeansJobs Center in the Boardman Plaza…