The checkpoints will be on Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28.
Recent graduates are urged to apply, but you’ll need more than a degree if you plan to show up.
A press conference is scheduled Tuesday to announce the new owners and sponsors of the 2017 event.
It may be awhile before the ODOT brings out its snow plows. Until then, Mahoning County students are sprucing them up.
The band is going to attempt to break the world record for most piccolos used in “Stars and Stripes Forever.”
There are several Memorial Day events scheduled across the Valley.
The items were sold on sites like eBay with forged signatures of athletes, and the sellers have been convicted.
Charges are pending in a head-on crash in Indiana where a driver from Canfield hit another vehicle head-on, killing a small child.
Three more Mahoning County communities have put their finances online.
Last week’s storm brought down a tree in front of Master’s Touch Healing and Training Center, but insurance wouldn’t cover its removal.
Gas can get expensive, but one woman is in trouble after what police said was a scheme to save money.
Students staged their own mock City Council, Township Trustee and Board of Education meetings on Friday.
Students and teachers are looking forward to new expanded programs.
The school district’s spokeswoman said due to high winds, there is a severed pole in need of immediate repair.
Saturation patrols will also be conducted throughout the weekend.
Only 62 percent of schools in Ohio met the standards for incoming kindergartners to be vaccinated. See how yours is doing.
In the last year, the Scouts have logged 5,000 hours of community service in Mahoning County.
Katie was live at the Canfield fairgrounds to show us around the Angels for Animals Gigantic Garage Sale.
Many people enjoyed the mild winter, but for farmers, a warm winter can lead to problems with disease pressure.
A high school student from Canfield has talked his way into getting a full ride to college.
A building was destroyed and another damaged Wednesday morning in a fire at the Canfield Industrial Park.
Canfield officers said they found pills, syringes, crack pipes, and a burnt spoon in the car with the Salem woman and her two kids.
The homeowner, Farroq Moonda, happens to be the adopted son of a Mercer County doctor who was shot and killed in 2005.
Canfield Fair is partnering with JAC Management. Announcement of the first act comes next Monday.
During a search, police said Lasater had crack pipes and syringes shoved in her pants.
Hundreds of animals were vaccinated at Angels for Animals on Saturday.
As we head into spring and experience warmer weather, people are not the only ones who will be outside more.
Springtime in Northeast Ohio also means the beginning of road construction season.
The 28-year-old told police he was working with Brandon Hill, who was arrested earlier this month after a standoff in New Springfield.
Prosecutors hope the law will help drivers remember they’re not the only ones with rights on the road.