Police and paramedics say they found the driver unconscious in his vehicle and revived him with Narcan.
About 500 families showed up to support the March of Dimes, an organization that works to improve babies’ health.
Gina Caracci is heading to Washington D.C. for the Avon 39, a two-day race to raise funding for breast cancer research.
Police said a 21-year-old Farrell man was shot through the hand, and a bullet grazed his stomach.
A man from Hermitage is facing multiple charges following a stabbing in Sharon Wednesday.
Katie was live in Sharon to talk about the Empty Bowls Project.
Police said the man threw rocks and feces at a home on Quinby Street in Sharon.
The Pennsylvania State Fire Marshal is investigating a vacant house fire in Sharon; the second one in a week.
WYTV sat down with the fire chief Tuesday to find out the reason behind the apparent increase.
As of early Tuesday afternoon, police didn’t know the victim’s condition.
Sharon Police say a man committed suicide by jumping off a bridge.
Gibbs was arrested at her home on Sunday on a warrant for aggravated assault and recklessly endangering another person.
The police department’s new K9 officer, Chester, will start training on Monday.
Zaire Hasan was arrested on charges of attempted murder and will be tried as an adult.
About 25 feet of brick façade came crashing down just before noon Wednesday, and one lane of Sharpsville Avenue was closed as a result.
Soon, a new, four-legged police officer will join the Shenango Police Department.
Firefighters received reports that there could be children inside, but crews discovered that the house was empty.
The Sormaz family was able to grab a handful of photos before they escaped, unharmed.
Dog sledding, carriage rides and a chili cook-off completed the event’s entertainment at Buhl Park.
Yesterday, the tournament field was set for both the boys and girls basketball in District 10.
During the drill, student actors tried banging on doors, pleading for teachers to let them enter. One teacher did, and was given a card that…
Adrienne Toth’s family and friends are mounting a new effort in the battle against cancer.
The family and friends of a Sharon mother who lost her life to cancer are taking up the fight to battle the disease.
It happened at the Quick Mart on East State Street.
The 92-year-old man served in the Army during World War II and spent 12 months in a German camp as a Prisoner of War.
Steven Peirce, who was charged with stealing a Children’s Miracle Network collection jar last month, is now charged with stealing an LG tabl…
A walking beat patrol began Tuesday in Sharon. Patrols are now walking the downtown business district.
The last time Sharon had a downtown beat cop was in 2002.
The scammers are calling households, pretending to be with Publishers Clearing House.
Toth learned the cancer had spread to her liver in March.