Columbiana placed three players in double-figures in a 66-33 win over Southern Thursday night.
The Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) arrested Chief Andrew Soloman after searching the village administration building.
Richard Cordray met with Mahoning County leaders to talk about local government.
Investigators said they were tipped off after several neighborhood complaints.
The former Austintown Fitch Falcon is a 2-time captain for the Buckeyes, and broke the OSU record for career starts and consecutive starts.
Not even the Grinch or a slowdown could stop Christmas and the GM workers have proved that point again.
Two sheriff’s deputies share a life-long bond with life-saving surgery.
Police say Jones led them on a chase last Friday night after abducting his son.
Before he passed out, witnesses reported that the driver was swerving in both lanes of Indianola Road.
The Youngstown City School District announced it is changing the way school closings are handled.
A robber targeted First National Bank in downtown Youngstown on Thursday morning.
Boardman police released more details on the search of a Meadowbrook Avenue home on Wednesday.
The mother of an infant is facing several charges, including child endangering, after an altercation with the baby’s father.
The 17th annual Special Needs Winterfest Dance in Girard was a night of fun, music and excitement.
The home was vacant but was one of the West Hill historic homes.
Youngstown, Ohio was the answer to the final puzzle Wednesday night on ‘Wheel of Fortune.”
President Jim Tressel’s annual salary will remain at $300,000.
The new numbers show average income and how many people live in the area.
The 28-year-old was found guilty of selling a teen girl for sex.
Tyson was able to free himself from a leash on Wednesday and run away from the clinic’s property.
The Boardman senior is an All Ohio swimmer and school record-holder, plus on track to be valedictorian of his class with a 4.0 GPA.
Jamael Tito Brown defeated Sean McKinney in the race for mayor by 198 votes, according to the Board of Elections.
The Kent State University community gathered to mourn the passing of a student who collapsed suddenly on Wednesday night.
The Ohio Department of Health estimates that there are 470 people living with HIV/AIDS in Mahoning County.
Pennsylvania officials are changing standardized tests to reduce their impact on students and teachers.
Christina was live at Thom Duma Fine Jewelers to learn about their merchandise.
A child calling the wrong number led to Norad Santa Tracking.
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Chief Jack Nichols said he doesn’t have any set plans yet for retirement but he does plan to spend more time with family.
Poland rolled past Lakeview 74-12 Wednesday night in girls’ high school basketball action.