A woman drove her car into a pillar near Dollar General Thursday evening.
Last weekend, an Austintown church’s protocols were put to the test.
“For sale” signs went back up at a spot in the township where a new grocery store was supposed to be built.
It wasn’t the first time that police were called to the house. In April, the children’s mother was also arrested.
Officers were sent to a home on Maureen Drive after a report that a man was using drugs while his kids were home.
The 86-year-old woman admitted to attacking her husband but said he choked her with a pair of pants.
Two doses of naloxone, a drug that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose, were given to the child.
Anyone with information is asked to call (330) 270-5108 or send a private message to the Austintown Police District Facebook page.
Police said the man led officers on a car chase, hitting vehicles as he headed into Youngstown.
The $2.2 million will go toward re-turfing Falcon Stadium and turfing the baseball field, among other improvements.
New this year is a replica of downtown Youngstown decorated for Christmas from the 1950s and a working steel mill.
In a few months, Austintown Kmart customers will have to drive nearly 20 minutes to get to the next closest store in Niles.
If you want to see the facility, the open house will continue from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Sears Holding Co. announced Thursday that it would be closing another 45 Kmart and 18 Sears locations.
The game has been released as “early access,” allowing developers to get feedback from gamers.
Those with information on Craig are asked to call Austintown Police at 330-799-9721.
Police said Goines referred to herself in an online advertisement for sex as “The Puerto Rican Princess.”
Employees’ paychecks were delayed after 100 FBI, IRS, and other federal agents raided the business last week.
Police are investigating after a man was shot in his vehicle parked in front of the Austintown Walmart.
The fourth season of horse racing begins at 12:15 p.m. on Saturday.
Last week, over 100 FBI, IRS, and other federal agents raided the business and three other sites.
Austintown police say the boy’s injuries weren’t serious or life-threatening.
Officers in Austintown and Boardman are asking anyone with information to call them.
Ryan Sheridan’s Leetonia home and business were raided by several law enforcement authorities on Wednesday.
People interested in becoming foster parents will get to ask questions and learn what it takes.
State and federal agents spent the day on Wednesday searching Braking Point’s Austintown campus.
The incident began 2 a.m. Thursday in Austintown with a police chase.
Braking Point Recovery Center and its owner Ryan Sheridan have been actively involved in working to help the community.
Investigators swooped in at Braking Point Recovery Center on Route 46 in Austintown Wednesday morning, along with four other locations state…
The suspects are accused of putting the devices on locations in five states, including in Austintown.