Biden says there's 'not much time' to keep aid flowing to Ukraine and Congress must 'stop the games'
Congressional supporters of Ukraine say they won’t give up after a bill to keep the federal government open excluded President Joe Biden’s request for more security assistance for the war-torn nation.
Jimmy Carter turns 99 at home with Rosalynn and other family as tributes come from around the world
Jimmy Carter will put off his usual Sunday practice of watching church services online to instead celebrate his 99th birthday with his wife, Rosalynn, and their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren in Plains.
PA state police investigating homicide in Lawrence County
Pennsylvania State Troopers are investigating after a woman was found dead and her husband injured in Lawrence County. Troopers responded to a report of a vehicle over a hillside along River Road near Butler Avenue in Perry Township just before 3:30 AM on
Back the Blue Ohio helps children of fallen Officers
Hundreds came out to Canfield today in support local law enforcement at the fourth annual Back the Blue Ohio rally, car show, and fun day for kids. There were bounce houses and family friendly activities including a classic car show.
Browns star RB Nick Chubb undergoes knee surgery, will need 2nd operation to repair torn ligament
Cleveland Browns star running back Nick Chubb sustained a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee when he suffered a season-ending injury two weeks ago against Pittsburgh.
Dozens gather for fentanyl awareness walk in Poland
Since the loss of her daughter, Donna McAuley has been spreading awareness about the dangers of fentanyl. Saturday morning, a five mile walk took place in support of the cause, that brought together other families who have lost loved ones to drug addictio
Anti-abortion groups are at odds on strategies ahead of Ohio vote. It could be a preview for 2024
Abortion opponents in Ohio are at odds over how to frame their opposition to a reproductive rights amendment on the state’s November ballot and over longer-term goals on how severely they would restrict the procedure.
Boardman park readies for Sunday's Oktoberfest
As the leaves begin changing colors from green to red and gold, Boardman Rotary begins preparing for the annual Oktoberfest this Sunday. The outdoor arts and crafts event is scheduled to take place in Boardman Park on October 1. More than 150 vendors will
'His fight is our fight,' Leetonia community rallies behind coach battling ALS
"He would have done anything for you," explained Bill Altenhof, a math teacher at Leetonia High School. "Everybody knows that and they just want to somehow, someway do what they can and give back to him."
Former YSU student's art to be displayed at Youngstown Area Jewish Federation
Art and photography lovers interested in looking at work from a local artist will soon get the chance. The Youngstown Area Jewish Federation will be hosting a new exhibit from Elijah Duponty, a former Youngstown State University student, called "Burned: a
Hubbard event to offer free dental care to serve those without insurance
On Friday, Oct. 6, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., the team at Braydich will open its doors to offer complimentary fillings, cleanings, extractions, or denture adjustments to individuals in need as part of their annual Smiles from the Heart.
No additional charges to be filed against Coolspring standoff suspect
Criminal charges for this incident were filed earlier in the day for an incident involving the suspect and his neighbor, who told police the suspect came to his property with a gun and tried to force him to come with him.
New Community Center open in Wellsville, events planned for Saturday
Kidication is celebrating their 10 year anniversary by announcing the grand opening of their newly purchased youth center across the street from their current location on Commerce Street in Wellsville.
Valley non-profit to walk against fentanyl addiction Saturday
A local non-profit is making strides against fentanyl with a walk in remembrance of overdose deaths. The non-profit A.M. WakeUpCall was started by Donna McAuley in honor of her daughter, Amanda McAuley who passed away in April 2023 of a fentanyl overdose.
Mercy Health, Anthem reach agreement, Anthem to be back in network with hospital, doctors
After nearly three months of Anthem Medicaid patients being out of network with Mercy Health, and a looming threat of Medicare Advantage patients losing coverage through Mercy as well, the two companies have reached an agreement. This means that all Anthe
Boardman Schools preparing year-long list of activities leading up to historic solar eclipse
Next April, folks across the U.S. including many sections of Ohio are preparing for what many are describing as a "once in a lifetime" event: a total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024.
Eviction notice leads to hour-long standoff in Niles, suspect subdued
Niles Police Chief, Jay Holland tells 21 News the Niles Municipal Court Bailiff showed up at the home to serve an eviction notice, but the suspect, identified as 44-year-old Adam Boggs would not cooperate.
Man accused of abusing goats in Ellsworth Township pleads guilty to animals running at large
67-year-old Robert Stare pled guilty to four counts of animals running at large. Stare is also charged with two counts of animal cruelty, but Stare is still on trial for those charges.
Guardians give manager Terry Francona perfect send-off in his final home game, 4-3 win over Reds
Shane Bieber shut down Cincinnati for six innings and the Cleveland Guardians sent manager Terry Francona off with a victory in his final home game, 4-3 over the Reds, whose playoff hopes are hanging by a thread.
Public hearings continue on Mercer Co. quarry project
From dust particle pollution, water quality, and noise disturbances to potentially diminishing property value, the public hearing allowed the community to hear from experts on the project along with Three Rivers Aggregates reps.