The Mahoning County OVI Task Force released results from the sobriety checkpoint on Friday, May 27.
Congratulations to the valedictorians of Austintown Fitch High School in Austintown, Ohio.
An officer said he heard glass shattering and when he approached Sam’s Wedge Inn, saw that one of the windows was broken.
The accident is reportedly minor, but traffic was tied up on Interstate 680.
Prosecutors say the child suffered serious head injuries and may be disabled.
The pug was forgotten outside after it had been let out to go to the bathroom.
Devin Telego was indicted for an incident on January 10 in which his child was taken unconscious to St. Elizabeth Hospital.
There will be more than a dozen such ceremonies planned around the township.
About 10,000 people living in Austintown, Youngstown and surrounding areas were affected.
Officers say the woman was highly intoxicated and out of control when she hit one of them in the face.
STEM students at Austintown Middle School got an out-of-this-world lesson on Thursday morning.
Construction crews have changed the traffic pattern around state Route 11, and that caused at least a mile-long traffic tie up.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs are popping up more often in the area, specifically at Austintown Middle School.
A man living in the apartment complex, as well as a woman driving by, helped evacuate those living there.
Across Ohio, 200 drop-off locations were set up for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day in an effort to get the drugs off the street.
“Kritti’s Closet” aims to provide students in need with free clothes, hygiene items and food.
Fitch’s Jared Kapturasky threw 53 strikes among his 73 pitches this evening.
The event featured a “1 Mile Matters” walk where people could carry the shoes of someone with autism to symbolically walk with them in their…
The stores in Youngstown near YSU, Boardman, Austintown and Warren were participating, according to the company website.
Fitch’s Alex Franken threw a one-hitter as the Falcons prevailed this evening.
Austintown’s Braking Point Recover Center will begin a new residential program.
Until last year, anyone who wanted a concealed carry weapon permit had to go through 12 hours of training. Now, they only need eight hours.
The closures could affect your drive to and from work or school.
Molder Belden was indicted by a Mahoning County grand jury in late March.
Police said Joseph Rutherford was not staying in his lane.
Within two years, the Mahoning County 911 center will close and dispatchers will move to Austintown and Boardman.
The townships recognize the need for a joint system for residents’ health, safety and welfare.
The basics of thunderstorm development were taught, along with how to identify weather features such as a funnel cloud.
Churches and organizations across the Valley recognized Good Friday with demonstrations, readings and plays.
The levy will add services for seniors who need special services.