Investigators said evidence of illegal activity was found at the site of where the remains were discovered,
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Tuesday’s meeting lasted over two hours, leaving community members wondering what the board actually accomplished.
On Tuesday, Youngstown and New Middletown celebrated with parades, and gave officers the chance to talk with community members.
Over the weekend, a heated conversation via email between the park director and a new board member were released.
Friends of Fellows Riverside Gardens has been struggling to raise funds, but says several volunteers have come forward to help.
The president of All Star Driving School says he hopes it forms a better relationship between law enforcement and the public.
Seven other campuses along with the Shenango campus will also see a tuition freeze.
The Mercer County Coalition for Drug Awareness hopes to combat the stigmas surrounding addiction.
Friday was the third time in the month of July that the temperature was in the 90s.
An Austintown daycare is under investigation after a child was found wandering outside the facility Thursday night.
The average price of a pack of cigarettes is around $7 and local tobacco shops say customers are looking now for alternatives.
The truck driver was taken to the hospital.
Six ramps along Interstate 80 in Mahoning and Trumbull Counties were shut down as part of an ongoing $91.5 million construction project.
Even though there is a warning on the game’s screen, there have still been instances of people getting hurt while playing.
YSU is the only place in Ohio, and one of a handful of universities across the nation, with such videotaped interviews.
A new roof for the Robert Bycroft school in Lisbon was on the commissioners’ meeting agenda.
Over 900 people participated in the “Mini Takes the States” road rally, which happens every two years.
Residents say they love the idea of more green spaces, and that the parks make the area a better place to live and attract more people.
Natale pleaded guilty to a felony charge after he was accused of mailing white powder to his former employer.
They came to voice their concerns about everything from jobs, to abandoned homes, to blight in the neighborhood.
Among the discussion was voter registration, the Youngstown City School System and getting a new grocery store built in the city.
The car created a sizable hole on the side of the house after officials said the driver lost control.