Birthday, greetings, and recognition for a veteran who turns 100 years old in Youngstown
A centenarian from the valley is being recognized for is service to our country and on his 100th birthday. Uncle John Janosik was surprised with thanks and greetings from the U.S. President and others.
What's next on the debt ceiling: Selling the plan and making a deal into a law
After weeks of negotiations, President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy have announced an “agreement in principle” to raise the nation’s debt ceiling and avoid a potentially catastrophic default.
What window tint is too dark, options local automotive shops have to protect against UV light
Ohio law states that tint on side windows can’t block more than 50% of light transmission and that no reflective material can be on any windows. The backseat windows and the rear window can have any shade of tint.
Indiana doctor reprimanded, fined $3,000 for talking publicly about Ohio 10-year-old's abortion
An Indiana board is set to hear allegations that an Indianapolis doctor should face disciplinary action after she spoke publicly about providing an abortion to a 10-year-old rape victim from neighboring Ohio.
Two former Valley football coaches to make appearance at autograph session in Canton
Jim Tressel and Bo Pelini, who both served as head coaches for Youngstown State University's football team will be making an appearance at the Memphis Showboats vs. New Jersey Generals game at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton.
Crews on scene after approximately 150 gallons of diesel spilled in Poland
Western Reserve Joint Fire District Captain, John Walsh tells 21 News that around 3:30 a.m. a truck exiting a landfill punctured a saddle tank causing the fuel to leak from the state line to Lowellville Road.
Always wanted a lighthouse? US is giving some away, selling others at auction
Ten lighthouses that for generations have stood like sentinels along America’s shorelines protecting mariners from peril and guiding them to safety are being given away at no cost or sold at auction by the federal government.
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes sentenced to 18 years for seditious conspiracy in Jan. 6 attack
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes is facing his sentencing after a landmark verdict convicting him of spearheading a weekslong plot to keep former President Donald Trump in power.
Man arrested in Poland after nearly 100 pill bottles, other drugs found during traffic stop
Ron Zoldan was arraigned in the Struthers Municipal Court on Monday on charges of Possession of Drugs, Label Controlled Substance, Operating a Vehicle Without a Valid License, Speeding and Drug Trafficking.
Belmont construction adding sidewalks, lighting to improve safety, aesthetic
"Pedestrians want to cross the street to go to Handels, or they might want to cross the street and go to Station Square or the park. So, we're trying to make it safe, convenient, and pleasant to walk around," said Arnie Clebone, Liberty Twp. Trustee.
Columbiana County Health District awarded for work in East Palestine following train derailment
Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff commended the district and its staff, and presented the award to Health Commissioner Dr. Wesley J. Vins at this year's Ohio Public Health Conference.
Social Security office declares Salem woman dead... except one problem - she isn't
A 76-year-old Salem woman was accidently declared deceased in February by the Social Security Administration, but also lost her monthly payments, her Medicare coverage and was locked out of her bank account.
Akron's Children's Hospital patient experiences 'Airman for a Day' program at YARS
Skaleris was able to experience a full day of the military lifestyle at the Youngstown Air Reserve. He was commissioned as an honorary Air Reserve 2nd Lieutenant and recognized as the wing's newest 'Airman for a Day' during a ceremony.