Sheriff Jerry Greene said he opted to ask for the outside review from BCI to avoid any potential conflict of interest.
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…
A Youngstown company was one of the companies granted a Level 1 medical marijuana cultivator’s license.
Police had to break the window of a car to get the man out.
Seventeen-year-old Nathan has Blau Syndrome. He’s almost blind and has to be pushed in a wheelchair.
Police said the Lake Milton man was also found with marijuana and methamphetamine.
By closing them to vehicular traffic, the roads can then become available for winter activities, like cross-country skiing, sledding and hik…
Staff at the facility told police that one of the children pulled a fire alarm, which unlocked the doors.
The ‘Me Too’ campaign has prompted many victims to speak for the first time but few are seeking treatment, locally.
When crews arrived, flames were creeping up a back wall.
Lesley Tietz donated a kidney to Joe Dorsey, who had a successful transplant surgery in September.
A $2 million bid was placed to purchase the Youth Development Center in New Castle.
Every school teaches drug education. Now, Boardman schools are taking a new approach.
Jon Husted is asking the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office to investigate the allegations made against Dominic Leone.
The confusion started when an article was published about the mismatching of flu viruses with vaccines.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a man that police say was renting a portion of the building.
Anthony Vigorito pleaded guilty Tuesday to records tampering, attempted forgery, and falsification charges.
It happened at a house in the 500 block of Meadowland Court.
The robbery happened just before 1 p.m. Tuesday at the store on Mahoning Avenue.
Two days in a row, someone has stolen copper wires from the museum’s air conditioning units — putting the artifacts inside at risk.
She told police that her sister beat her with a bat, but she didn’t want to press charges because she “deserved what she got.”
Officials found a .40 caliber handgun with an obliterated serial number, which could lead to an illegal possession of an altered firearm cha…
A loss prevention employee at Kohl’s said he chased the suspect, who ran while pushing his child in a stroller.
Police say Allen’s son ingested an amount equal to more than two dozen doses of cocaine before he died.
Charles Dellapenna, III, pleaded guilty to several charges in court on Tuesday.
Undercover officers said the Pennsylvania man was interested in fetishes and engaged in explicit conversations.
The grindings have almost no sale value and are often given away free to farmers for use in agriculture.
Update: The December meeting has been canceled and will be rescheduled for a later date.