Police said a woman told an undercover officer that it would cost $300 for sex with her and her friend.
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Many people went out for “ShamRock the Block” in Youngstown along Federal Street.
The homebuilder confidence rating has dropped for the third straight month, but pockets of new homes are being built in the Valley.
Police said the suspect had an advertisement online reading, “The Candy Store is Open” along with references to sex.
To receive an invitation, the ensemble had to go through an intensive audition process.
Two people, a woman and 7-year-old child, both from Florida, remain in the hospital
The annual St. Baldrick’s Day fundraiser was held to raise money for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which funds childhood cancer research.
The boil alert in Youngstown and Austintown has been lifted.
Police asked for information on 17-year-old Daveen Bires’ disappearance after she went missing from her home.
A woman and three men were arrested after an undercover officer contacted a woman who listed an advertisement online.
The accident happened just after 6:30 p.m. in Austintown.
Arming teachers is a discussion happening throughout many schools districts in Ohio and across the country.
Prosecutors say the men broke into a home, portraying themselves as police officers.
While officers were rushing to Austintown Intermediate School during a lockdown, one officer was hit by a police cruiser.
Austintown Intermediate School went on lockdown after a student found a note titled “kill club” and four names.
A couple from Youngstown was arrested last night after police say they robbed a man and then hit him with their car.
The vice president of The Training Range in Austintown says sales and customer flow have a lot to do with politics.
The Austintown-Fitch boys trailed after the third quarter Saturday night, but rallied to grab their 9th win of the season 72-61 over Hubbard…
Investigators said the fourth suspect is not yet in custody.
STEM students from Austintown Middle School toured Brilex Industries on Thursday.
Moore says he has lots of love and respect for law enforcement. So when he heard the news, he knew he had to do SOMETHING.
Police were looking for a fourth suspect on Friday morning.
Michelle Bennett, Gina Burger’s adoptive mother, didn’t mince words in court about the man who killed her daughter.
The driver told police he did not see the 60-year-old woman in the road.
If you recognize the person in the picture, call police at 330-270-5108.
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West Branch is the top seed in this year’s Austintown District.
ODM said California Palms claimed to be a Medicaid provider when it was not.
They got away with a box with a money bag inside.