It’s been eight months since The Training Range Inc. in Austintown had to shut down because of a fire.
Police said Barnes told them that she doesn’t have sex with the men she meets, rather she takes their money and runs.
Vince Colaluca was expected to be appointed as superintendent at Mentor’s Board of Education meeting on Thursday — but that didn’t happen.
The Trumbull County Chapter of Disabled Americans Veterans recognized Shepherd of the Valley at a ceremony in Austintown.
The balloon climbed 109,000 feet in the air before it came tumbling down in Pennsylvania.
Michael Kukonik’s addiction to heroin started after an injury while serving in Afghanistan.
If you drove past the Dunkin’ Donuts in Austintown, you may have noticed some flashing lights. But, it wasn’t what you’d expect.
Members of the community are ready to dig into the plot where Woodside Elementary School once stood and revitalize it.
The advertisement also said “NO AA MEN. NO LAW ENFORCEMENT. No drama,” according to a police report.
The district serves around 3,000 meals every day.
Brandon Akuszewski has had his eyes set on West Point since sixth grade.
Doctors say there’s no other pregnancy of this type on record.
WYTV received numerous calls and emails into the newsroom Saturday evening from Austintown residents without water.
The alert was first issued on Wednesday after a water main break.
Some residents in Austintown and Youngstown have been under the advisory since a water main break Wednesday.
Studies show that 40 percent of teens have sent or received a sexual text message.
Three more Mahoning County communities have put their finances online.
It happened around 1:30 p.m. near the Five Guys restaurant on Route 46.
The casino is holding a watch party for the all-day event, where guests can enjoy food and drinks and place bets on the horses.
Fitch’s Ashley Fuller shut out the Lady Raiders in softball action.
The zoning commission approved building a Lidl grocery store at the corner of Mahoning Avenue and Wilcox Road where the Pink Elephant now st…
Joyce Mayer, the general manager of Austintown’s Panera Bread, is relentless in raising money during fundraisers.
The children’s father told police the woman has a heroin problem.
Police said Deanna Shane and Wendall Hall were stopped as they tried to leave on a WRTA bus.
Llamas and alpacas helped raise money Sunday afternoon for the Second Harvest Food Bank.
9/11 Memorial Park in Austintown will soon be getting security cameras, along with more than $3,000 from local organizations.
The children’s dad told police that he knew about Kellish’s drug problem but said he let her live there because he needed a babysitter.
The locations in Austintown and Hubbard made several changes to make their shops and showrooms more “green.”
Officers could not have imagined what they would find when they were called to a house in Austintown Wednesday.
Neighbors found the little girl Tuesday afternoon at the Compass West Estates apartments and called police