The Cortland Police Department’s Facebook page posted a crime alert warning homeowners to keep an eye on their outdoor decorations.
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Monday, the president of Forever Two Wheelz pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and felonious assault.
Howland and Warren officials helped Highway Patrol clear the scene as the man was taken to Trumbull Memorial Hospital with serious injuries.
Skip Barone, the manager of Our Community Kitchen in Youngstown, was chosen as this week’s Hometown Hero.
On Tuesday, an officer spotted a car fitting the description of the one belonging to Timothy Donaldson of Warren.
Austintown and Liberty townships, along with the City of Girard, will experience a few traffic pattern changes.
The Ohio Supreme Court denied the school’s request to either block the funding adjustments pending its legal challenge or expedite hearing t…
By closing them to vehicular traffic, the roads can then become available for winter activities, like cross-country skiing, sledding and hik…
Update: The December meeting has been canceled and will be rescheduled for a later date.
The Columbiana County Coroner says a body was found inside the house by a bedroom.
WYTV has been following the story of Gavin Campbell, who was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma last November.
After a couple months of searching, Animal Charity is proud to welcome Dr. Alyssa Pogozelec.
Junior Justin Sweeney saw his scoring average increase by 15-points last year.
The South Range girls improved to 2-0 on the young season as the Raiders topped Howland in the Toni Ross Spirit Foundation Tournament champi…
The Canfield girls stumbled out of the gates in their season opener, falling to New Philadelphia Saturday night.
More stores are opening up their doors early on Thanksgiving Day instead of Black Friday.
The recall announced Saturday covers vehicles from the 2011-17 model years.
Police say a couple attended mass at a church in Youngstown and then took off with a cash box from a fundraiser.
It’s the American Cancer Society’s way of getting people to stop smoking by using this date to quit or at least starting a plan to quit.
The Raymond John Wean Foundation is now accepting applications. See how to apply.
A dollar from each sandwich is going to a fund in Justin Leo’s name.
The family reported that they were trick-or-treating in the Sherwood Forest neighborhood.
House Bill 70 created the new Academic Distress Commission and brought in a CEO to manage the district.
For many, the Comprehensive Care Center in Youngstown can be a scary place, but the Ursuline Sisters Ministry works to make it inviting.
Police say Hawkins told them that he sometimes sleeps with the phone in his pocket and it just calls 911.
You can buy them, you can transport them, but you can’t enjoy them – at least for now.
The Austintown Local School District is looking to fill non-teaching positions.
The officers taking this week’s course come from six different departments throughout Trumbull County.
Members of the Supreme Court’s Board of Commissioners on Professional Conduct are looking into McNally’s conviction.
Valley natives can once again relive their memories of Youngstown’s own amusement park today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.