Sciortino pleaded guilty to using county-owned office equipment for political purposes last month.
A landlord who confronted a man about putting up a fence was hit with an ax.
Men and children are most likely to be bitten.
The Youngstown Academic Distress Commission narrowed down 30 school CEO applicants to just six.
Two men accused of robbing a bank in Youngstown and later arrested at Mountaineer Casino were in court Wednesday.
Five firefighters were injured battling the fire on Bryson Street that killed a mother and her two children.
The child wandered from his home on Ayers Street just after noon on Wednesday.
The Mahoning County Auditor announced the results of an audit of all the spending related to Oakhill Renaissance Place.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally made himself available at Glenwood Community Park.
About 10,000 people living in Austintown, Youngstown and surrounding areas were affected.
Obesity is one of several issues tackled in the new program.
A Youngstown cab driver is in stable condition after being attacked in his cab.
16 people spoke during the public comment session at Monday night’s meeting of the Mill Creek MetroParks Board of Commissioners.
More than a dozen nurses obtained pins marking their entrance to the registered nursing profession.
Police said the suspect was physically fighting with his child’s mother, while swinging the small child around by her arm.
The cause of the outage is still unknown, but crews are being dispatched to the area.
Event coordinators said this is one of the smaller fundraisers they organize, but it’s the most fun.
The equipment Tommy Testa needs could cost up to $40,000.
When the crop is harvested in the fall, organizers plan to donate some of the food to a food bank in Youngstown.
The Emergency Education Summit in Youngstown covered topics affecting African American students’ learning.
Volunteers gathered nearly 4,000 used tires that people dropped off.
The children’s museum celebrated its 5th birthday with special sales and fun exhibits.
The exhibit takes a look at car culture in the Mahoning Valley.
Tire dumping remains a big issue in Youngstown. The newest pile was found near Lincoln Park.
Several cars were heavily damaged and were towed from the area.
Former inmates are finding help re-entering society and finding employment.
Students from several high schools joined together to help fight cancer.
Timothy Frost was placed on unpaid leave from Youngstown’s Inspiring Minds organization after his arrest in April.
A man is in the Mahoning County Jail after he was arrested following an incident at a Dollar General Store in Youngstown.
Six boys and six girls will be awarded the bikes based on their academic, behavior and attendance records.