US Senator Sherrod Brown had some key issues he was watching for.
An argument over an eviction notice escalated Thursday evening.
Deputies and US Marshals doing a warrant sweep end up on the fairgrounds.
Niles police are responding to recent media reports on staffing issues with a post on Facebook.
The advisory is in effect until further notice.
Back to back crashes prompts the Ohio State Highway Patrol to issue a cautionary warning.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is trying to shine in front of his home state, and many in Ohio are willing to support him
A new veterinary clinic at the South Range Road location will be built.
Organizers say that there is still a struggle for voting rights 50 years later.
The library says an anonymous donor is willing to help with bills in exchange for naming rights of the new building.
The anticipated date for Warren’s emergency calls to be handled by Trumbull County 911 is Sept. 9.
The roads were destroyed when parts of the village were flooded in a June 23 storm.
Work started earlier this week milling and then repaving the pothole-plagued Indianola Road between South Avenue and Market Street.
Balloons mark the spot where goodies can be bought.
Altiere said he was expecting a few hundred, but nowhere near as many as this.
Two boys, ages 11 and 12, were named as suspects following an investigation into the fire.
Glenn Holmes has been mayor since 2008 and was a village councilman before that.
In 2015, “THE JACKSONS” are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the formation of The Jackson 5.
Police said Kevin McFadden has stolen farm equipment, scrap metal and other items from various locations in western Pennsylvania.
In 2009, part of the movie adaptation of Noah Cicero’s novel, The Human War, was shot at the Royal Oaks bar in Youngstown.
The university’s contract with Pepsi helped pay for the $350,000 project.
According to its website, Noah’s Lost Ark houses seven cougars in the facility.
Applications will be taken by Marshalls staff from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Aug. 13 at the OhioMeansJobs Center in the Boardman Plaza…
The store was supposed to close in mid-November,
Amy Emmett waived an extradition hearing and told the judge she wanted to go back to Pennsylvania.
Shannon Wojtowicz could get probation or up to 17 years in prison and a $35,000 fine.
The Thursday morning crash at Routes 45 and 165 injured one person.
4 drivers have been killed in the last 7 days.
First he penned a fake letter from a doctor, now a Salem man is charged after he forged a document saying he completed community service hou…
The homeowner wasn’t there when a fire broke out early Thursday morning at a home on Youngstown’s south side.