The info to help fund the Piver family’s trip to Detroit this summer is in this story.
Guns were a big subject before the election, and they remain a big subject five months later.
About 30 employees had to be evacuated Wednesday afternoon.
The woman is charged with possessing drug abuse instruments and possession of drugs.
Police say the man bit the officer and broke his nose.
A group of students here in the Valley has been making their own turbines and learning about renewable energy at the same time.
Several families had to be evacuated from an apartment building after it caught fire late Saturday night.
The company announced last month it was filing for bankruptcy and closing dozens of stores.
She had a lethal dose of heroin, cocaine, fentanyl, and alcohol in her system, according to the coroner.
Boardman police are asking for your help in identifying a suspect in a retail theft.
The victim told police that he was “smoking weed” with the suspect when he was robbed by gunpoint.
The plaza in Boardman holds Lowe’s, Walmart and Giant Eagle and brings in more than $4 million a year in rent.
A soft opening is planned for the end of May.
The Boardman house will go to Angel Thompson, who grew up in a Habitat for Humanity home.
Pinwheels for Prevention is on display at Boardman Park for the entire month of April.
Police in Kent caught someone using drugs in a gas station restroom — using a baby changing station as a tabletop.
Youngstown PD looking for overnight stabbing suspect
A Struthers man is facing charges after a woman reported that he had his pants down to his ankles in a van.
Congress voted to kill online privacy regulations that were supposed to go into effect this year.
Investigators said the woman drove off the side of the exit ramp of Salt Springs Road in Youngstown.
Last week, the doors were locked and a notice from Ohio Edison said it would take $2,700 to get the power turned back on.
The Liberty, Austintown and Salem restaurants will remain open.
The Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office confirms that deputies were brought in by a local bank to secure the building.
A person called police on Tuesday afternoon to report that two people were forcing their way into a home.
Sweet Melissa’s Good Eats offers American comfort food, with a healthy twist.
Locals went to Boardman Park Sunday to get all-you-can-eat pancakes. It’s the Rotary’s second biggest yearly fundraiser.
At first, Tena Garver blamed a neighbor for shooting her boyfriend at the South Avenue apartment complex.
“I think they’re just playing us around so they don’t have to give us our money back,” the bride-to-be said.
The State of Ohio is trying to improve infant mortality numbers so more babies make it to their first birthday.
Tena Garver, 47, is charged with felonious assault and domestic violence for the shooting.