The American Red Cross Blood Services said there is an emergency need of plasma donors.
Among the weapons were a shotgun and several rifles.
On Tuesday, Youngstown and New Middletown celebrated with parades, and gave officers the chance to talk with community members.
The school board also talked about hiring teachers for the new year and how to keep staff in the Youngstown district.
She told the crowd Saturday night that State Senator Joe Schiavoni promised her the best local pizza around.
A soft tissue specialist in Akron confirmed that the dog’s injuries to its tongue and lip are from a previous trauma.
Cool compresses and baths may help and keep burned skin protected and out of the sun.
Patrolman Jeff Kay and his partner discovered the boy shortly after 9 a.m. in his bare feet and wearing shorts and a t-shirt.
Crews are cleaning up the inside of the old Stambaugh Building, working to transform it into a DoubleTree Hotel.
The shooting happened at the Valley Service Center on Monday afternoon.
One of the amendments would require council to realign the wards at six months when the difference in population is ten percent.
The group gave all 150 officers and the department’s support staff catered food and nearly $6,000 in gift cards from local businesses’ donat…
They spent a few moments talking about the campaign and Trump’s unusual political approach.
The police chief says people feel safer now on the winding sections of 680, especially closer to downtown.
John Dellick, the son of Mahoning County Juvenile Court Judge Theresa Dellick, is facing federal charges.
Krish Mohip appointed the Academic Distress Commission’s second choice for CEO to fill the position.
Barnes & Noble College will offer several new features for students, including a mobile app and textbook price match comparison.
The rain Saturday morning didn’t keep people from having a blast at Day Out With Dad, an event held at the Arlington Heights Recreation Cent…
The summer months are always the toughest for blood supplies because people are not donating as much.
Youngstown State University was packed with swimmers Saturday, all hoping to take home a trophy or two.
Homeowners said the water company does not have a shutoff valve for the line that broke.
The 26-year-old coach of the newly created YSU women’s bowling team says she’s stubborn, hard-headed and not about to give up.
Former Cleveland Browns Quarterback Bernie Kosar and YSU President Jim Tressel were among the speakers at the ceremony.
Leo’s Ristorante in Howland will be serving gourmet Italian foods through the weekend.
The man who led police on a wild chase in March is changing his plea to guilty.
The Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini Foundation held a golf outing to raise money for the Faber family and their son, Eric.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol will conduct an OVI checkpoint Friday in Mahoning County.
Police said the man led them on a chase on I-680, flipped the car he was driving and ran from the crash site.
Police said Disher pushed a police officer and ran away after being asked to move out of the roadway.
In addition to a murder, Gayles is also charged with shooting another person who was wounded.