Tickets for air service to Chicago from the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport will be on sale soon.
Detectives say Ralph Goad admitted to being sent to prison seven times and that he was feeding an expensive heroin addiction.
The Distress Commission narrowed down candidates for Youngstown City School’s CEO position to just two people on Thursday.
Officers were called to the Canfield Sheetz on Saturday for a report of a woman who had been in the bathroom for a long time.
The resignation comes on the same day that the commission picked Youngstown City School’s new CEO.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
The Grover’s will have freshly picked strawberries available in their shop off Kinsman Road starting Monday.
The driver in an accident that killed a New Waterford teen was arraigned Tuesday on OVI and possession of drug charges.
A Warren woman was arrested after police said she pulled a DVD cord with enough force to cause a TV to fall on two toddlers.
Frequent tire inspections can increase its longevity and prevent crashes.
This is a decrease compared to recent years, as 16 fatalities occurred in 2015 and 13 occurred in 2014.
The Sharon Fire Department responded to 26 fires so far this year. The latest happened early Tuesday morning.
Two teenage girls told officers they were leaving a party when a man jumped out of a truck and grabbed one of them.
A Regional Chamber survey shows a 9 percent increase in security guards for the next six years.
The Sharon Police Department arrested a man they said broke into several Sharon businesses on Wednesday.
Verity was sentenced to jail time and will have to make restitution to the owner of the restaurant.
Firefighters say the fire started at a machine in the product line and was contained there.
Police said Lydia Ann Johnson, 15, was last seen Friday night at her home.
A toddler is among eight people who survived a crash along I-95 in Florida on Monday. Three others died.
The valley will be well represented this weekend at the OHSAA Track and Field State Championships.
The lawsuit accuses Trumbull County Engineer Randy Smith of retaliating against employees who are “union sympathizers.”
A total of fifteen Boardman High School student athletes are heading to the college ranks in their respective sports.
The tentative agreement ending the nation’s biggest strike in decades includes nearly 11 percent raises.
The driver of the motorcycle was injured but is expected to be OK, according to crews at the scene.
Some think he’s a hero. Others think he’s rude.