Ed O'Neill is giving back his doctorate from YSU after Bill Johnson is named university presidentOlivia JonesNewsBreak Contributor
Closures Surge: Ohio Hit Hard as Pharmacy Chain Axes Thirteen LocationsAsh JurbergNewsBreak Contributor
This City in Pennsylvania Was Named One of the Snowiest Places in the Entire StateDiana RusNewsBreak Contributor
A new restaurant has opened in Youngstown, OhioIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
Bank Shakeup: 19 Pennsylvania Branches Closing Down and People Losing JobsAnthony's CornerNewsBreak Contributor
Small Town Turmoil: Sharon, Pennsylvania Confronts Crime and Socioeconomic Challenges
This week in Sharon, Pennsylvania, a tranquil community was shaken by a sequence of grave incidents. At the heart of these events was a late-night shooting on Cedar Avenue near Prindle Street, where two teenagers suffered life-threatening injuries. The early hours of the morning were disrupted by the urgent response of local police and the subsequent hospitalization of the victims. In a separate incident, the peace of East State Street was broken by a car crash that resulted in significant damage to Gold Mind Jewelers. Details of the accident remain unclear, but the visible damage necessitated immediate safety precautions.
Pennsylvania Woman Named Goodwine Charged With DUI After High-Speed Chase: Police
Britney Goodwine was also charged with fleeing and eluding after the Thanksgiving incident
GRAND PERFORMANCE: Monteau Senior Catherine Kelly Pours in 29 points, Surpasses 1,000 in Her Career in Warrior Victory Over Greenville
GROVE CITY, Pa. (EYT/D9) — Catherine Kelly didn’t want to dawdle. She has bigger goals in mind going forward. The senior guard on the Moniteau girls basketball team entered the season knowing she only needed 34 points to reach 1,000 in her career. She wanted to get it out of the way as quickly as possible.
Car crashes into business in Mercer County
Chief Stabile of the Sharon Police Department said that one car was heading westbound on State Street when another car heading in the opposite direction ended up hitting the building.
Cochranton Woman Faces Trespassing, Disorderly Conduct Charges
SANDYCREEK TWP., Pa. (EYT) — A Cochranton woman is facing trespassing and disorderly conduct charges. According to court documents, Franklin-based State Police filed the following criminal charges against 34-year-old Jamie Marie Baker, of Cochranton, in Magisterial District Judge Patrick E. Lowrey’s office on November 27:. Defiant Trespassing –...
Tractors & Tinsel Drive-Thru Parade Returns to the Stoneboro Fairgrounds
Want to enjoy all the beauty of the holiday lights. Check out the Tractors & Tinsel Drive-Thru Parade this weekend!. The Tractors & Tinsel Drive-Thru Parade” is hosted by the Mercer County Ag Development Council! At this event, visitors can experience the sights and sounds of local farms and businesses as they showcase their equipment decorated with twinkling lights and other holiday decorations. Much of the equipment that will be featured is used in the daily operations of local farms and businesses.
Hermitage police looking for information to solve 2015 cold case homicide
Hermitage police are asking the public for information that would help solve a homicide that happened eight years ago.
Bond revoked for defendant in deadly crash; faces another OVI charge in Mercer County
Joseph Yuran, 55, of Sharpsville, is charged with operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and aggravated vehicular for the crash earlier this month at U.S. 422 and state Route 305, which killed 23-year-old Tyler Richmond, another driver.
Former Trooper's DUI Crash Results in Tragic Fatality and Community Reflection
Joseph Yuran, a 55-year-old man from Sharpsville, Pennsylvania, has been incarcerated as his bond was revoked, with the court deeming him a significant threat to public safety. Yuran's recent involvement in a deadly crash on November 17th has led to charges of aggravated vehicular homicide, OVI, and running a stop sign at the intersection of US 422 and State Route 305 in Southington. The collision with a Chevy Malibu resulted in the tragic death of 23-year-old Tyler Richmond.
Local fire department testing new training tool
First News first covered the story when the department broke ground over the summer.
Cochranton Junior Senior High School Wins 'How Cool is Your School' Contest
Watch as Cochranton Junior Senior High School students react to winning the 'How Cool is Your School' contest. Discover their impressive science projects, robotics lessons, musical talents, and school spirit that garnered over 10,000 votes. Learn about their award-winning marching band and upcoming events.
Belle Vernon Leopards Triumph Over Hickory Hornets, Advance to PIAA Class-3A State Championship
• Belle Vernon Area Leopards defeated Hickory Hornets in the PIAA Class-3A state playoffs, with a score of 42-16. • This victory secures the Leopards' spot in the state championship game for the second consecutive season.
brookfield, OH Residents: Your Future Dogs Best Friend Awaits!
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near brookfield.
Former Sharon resident sentenced to 27 months in prison for Drug Trafficking
Shantell Griggs, age 45, formerly of Sharon, was sentenced to 27 months in prison for cocaine trafficking by United States District Judge Cathy Bissoon on Wednesday. The judge also ordered Griggs to serve six years of supervised release following his prison sentence. According to the courts, Griggs pled guilty earlier...
Slippery Rock Man Charged For Staying At Stranger’s Campsite
A Slippery Rock man is in the Venango County Jail after staying at a campsite that he did not own and stealing a car. On November 6 the a 27-year-old man from Grove City traveled to his campsite in Rockland Township, only to find 37-year-old Michael Christie of Slippery Rock had been staying there and had damaged the property.
Sharon Holiday Art Market at The Landing featuring Pop-Up art shop and musical entertainment
A two-day holiday art market is coming to The Landing in Sharon. The Holiday Art Market will support local artists, and only sell homemade items. The market will be open Friday, December 1 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and on Saturday, December 2 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 469 Sharpsville Ave, Sharon, PA. Vendors will be set up in the lobby and entry of the Landing, a newly renovated historic site of the former Westinghouse.
Local grooming salon taking services on the road
"Yuppy Puppy On The Go" will begin servicing Mercer, Trumbull, Mahoning and parts of Lawrence County beginning in January.
Sharon man sentenced in federal court to prison for cocaine trafficking
The FBI conducted the case's investigation, leading to the conviction and subsequent sentence.
Apostolakis, Shenango Honda to give back to area food banks throughout December
Apostolatkis Honda in Cortland and Shenango Honda in Hermitage have announced on Friday that throughout the month of December, they will be giving back to food banks in their locals communities. According to a press release, $50 from every new and used car sale at both dealerships in December will...
Dec. 1, 2023 D9/10 Girls’ Hoops Recaps: Kelly, Moniteau Battle Past Grove City; Brookville, Mercer, Union/ACV Nab Close Wins
GROVE CITY, Pa. – Catherine Kelly had 20 points to lead Moniteau to a 43-39 win over Grove City at the Grove City Tip-off Tournament. Kendall Sankey added 10 points, five rebounds, and four assists in the win. Piper Como had 11 points for Grove City. BROOKVILLE 48, CLARION-LIMESTONE...