The driver said his brakes locked up, causing him to drive into the lake at the Chestnut Ridge Campgrounds.
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The city continues to spend more than what’s coming in, meaning the plan may have to change again.
Hazmat was called to a home on Trumbull Avenue Friday night when a resident found a white powder substance in her mailbox.
The Youngstown Peace Race attracts runners not only from the Valley, but from across the nation.
Jon Husted says Ohio state laws make it difficult for election fraud to happen.
The Federal Aviation Administration has been constantly updating and changing the rules as the technology continues to improve.
Last year, then 10-year-old Nicholas King had to be airlifted to the hospital after being pulled under a vehicle.
Officer Glenn Corey and Dany, an 8-year-old Belgian Malinois, have worked together since 2012.
The Youngstown church joined with Grace Family Church in Canfield to preach racial unity.
Currie Elementary students had to be transported to another school, reigniting discussion about the levy for a new school.
The county has received about 8,000 absentee ballot applications, which is double the amount from the last presidential election.
The Department of Education has released its school report card results and most local schools have some failing grades.
Scores on this year’s standardized testing report cards are expected to go down.
Windsor House broke ground Wednesday on a 60,000 square foot facility at the corner of Routes 62 and 446.
Police Sergeant Michael Sheehy saved a 23-year-old who had overdosed.
Instead of buying dogs from contractors, Highway Patrol is now buying and training the dogs.
The victim was taken to St. Elizabeth’s hospital. She was in surgery around 5 a.m.
Faculty said they wanted something fresh for both new and returning students.
Investigators said evidence of illegal activity was found at the site of where the remains were discovered,
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.