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Marrucci and Gaffney claim the commissioners are being misled.
The internal investigation started with just a video of horse manure on a Bobcat at a Trumbull County garage.
Powell, 33, was suspended from her job after she was arrested on a charge of theft in office.
A day after it happened, people are still talking about the incident on Churchill Road.
The men briefly exited their cars and scuffled.
Hundreds of people marched at Youngstown State University Sunday to help premature babies live healthy lives.
Two bridges in Niles were dedicated Sunday in honor of our Valley’s bravest.
A man pulled over for driving under the influence in Campbell is now facing escape charges.
Warren city officials closed Atlantic Beverages Thursday.
Everybody vents from time to time and here is another example of why you shouldn’t do it on social media.
Every privately owned ambulance in Ohio goes through a rigorous 185-point annual inspection check.
Local and state police sweep the streets of Warren in an effort to attack the heroin epidemic.
Police said the chase began at Packard Park at 1:30 a.m.
Police took one person into custody after serving the search warrant.
Police said the teacher admitted having sex with the student at a location in Austintown.
The decision means more information about the investigation into the Niles case will be open to the public.
Commissioners said the project has been over budget and had other problems.
The man accuses the officer of bashing him against a tree and fence and then throwing him to the ground.
A judge ordered her to repay what the state said she stole.
A juvenile judge in Trumbull County has not ruled yet whether documents will be released to the media.
The student posted photos that glamorized school shootings, specifically the tragedy at Columbine High School.