Video surveillance shows the three juvenile males trying to pry themselves in the back door for about 90 minutes.
The flooding occurred in the 3000 block of Vestal Road.
Submitted photos of severe weather that occurred on May 11.
A rail company employee found the man early Sunday morning.
A jury found Paul Kerr guilty last week.
Local leaders are talking about the potential cuts Monday.
The series will be on display from May 17 to July 12.
Youngstown Police said the employee found the body near the intersection of Waverly Avenue and Imperial Street.
The fire started in an elevator motor.
About one dozen protestors were out in front of the Covelli Centre Saturday morning, and they plan to be out for every circus performance th…
The United Way of Youngstown is launching a new volunteer group of women in the Valley.
A man hit his head on the concrete and started having seizures.
On Saturday, people can leave non-perishable food and other household items at their mailbox.
The fire started just after noon Friday at 916 Parkview Ave.
So far, no one has been arrested, but police are still looking into the case.
Testimony got underway earlier this week.
The event featured artwork from four resident cartoonists of the Rocky Ridge Neighborhood.
Police say the accused shot a man after an argument about a woman.
Thursday is National Day of Prayer and a number of activities are planned in the Mahoning Valley.
Once the city’s investigation is complete, they may be looking to change the plant’s method of handling waste water.
Second Harvest officials said one in six people in our area struggle with hunger, including one in four children.
Habitat for Humanity is spearheading the project with a construction site on Oak Street Extension in Youngstown.
The Association of Classified Employees is voting on the contract Wednesday.
A Youngstown Police officer said the car ran a red light and hit the house.
Mahoning County is holding its primary election Tuesday, May 5.
Exal Corporation had to evacuate all 145 of its workers Monday.
Voters in Struthers and Youngstown used electronic poll books for the first time Tuesday.
All roads are open now around the wastewater treatment plant in Youngstown.
The car hit the pole and ended up on a residential lawn.
Workers at Precision Grinding were on high alert after the leak.