“I didn’t get to see him close his eyes. I didn’t get to see him take his last breath. I didn’t get to hold his hand,” a widow said in court…
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David Bailes, Jr. now faces a maximum of 50 years in prison.
Decking the fire station halls is extra special for firefighter Jim Petruzzi. It’s a tradition that dates back about 40 years in his family.
The mother of an infant is facing several charges, including child endangering, after an altercation with the baby’s father.
Two days in a row, someone has stolen copper wires from the museum’s air conditioning units — putting the artifacts inside at risk.
Charles Dellapenna, III, pleaded guilty to several charges in court on Tuesday.
The Niles Community Services staff found their offices broken into and gifts stolen Sunday morning.
The body is that of an unidentified man less than 50 years old, investigators said.
Police said a man was forcibly removed from a home in Greene Township by former roommates.
Among the arrestees are a local attorney and an Austintown Schools coach.
Police say the damage appears to be by shots from a pellet gun.
The new process of repair and maintenance uses recycled grindings to chip seal the roads.
Light Up the Square — a group that decorates downtown Warren — honors former restaurant owner Jim Economos.
As Niles police try to identify suspects in this case, they’re warning others that locking the doors isn’t enough.
Brandy Cross faces several charges including endangering children and contributing to the unruliness of a child.
Claudia Hoerig is accused of killing her husband, Karl Hoerig, 10 years ago and then fleeing to her native country of Brazil.
Half of the crashes this year either involved at-fault drivers younger than 24 or older than 55.
Kendall Lee Stauffer was escorted off the job in Cortland in 2016 accused of making threatening statements to a supervisor.
The Salvation Army in Youngstown and Warren Family Mission served Thanksgiving meals to Valley residents.
Claudia Hoerig, the wife of a murdered Air Force major, is accused of the crime and left the country in 2007.
Crews needed to use a crane to remove the car from the scene.
The money will go toward the creation of a science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics program housed at Lordstown High School.