Pigs are on the loose in the area.
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A man was shot and killed late Tuesday night near an apartment complex in Warren.
A woman was shot and killed and another female was hit by gunfire following a shooting in Mesopotamia.
The professional development conference will give participants a better understanding of the opiate epidemic in Trumbull County.
When Cedar Point opens May 6, guests will have to walk through a metal detector before they enter the park.
On Monday, Sean McKinney issued a release stating he’s running for Youngstown Mayor in November.
Firefighters said the Red Cross was called to help the family that lived in the home.
Organizers are ditching the public venue for their event addressing the local heroin problem.
Investigators said Sonya Shannon lit a fire in the stairwell because she had been evicted from the complex.
Kicking off the event were Youngstown Mayor John McNally and Mahoning Valley Scrappers’ mascot, Scrappy.
Highway Patrol says a pickup truck was hauling a trailer with a mini excavator on it when the trailer flipped.
The accident happened Sunday on Parsons Road in LaGrange Township, Lorain County.
Police didn’t release a motive for the killing or say what evidence they uncovered.
The hour-long special looks at how heroin is impacting the courts and police, and which laws might have to change.
Celebrate Recovery took place Sunday at Mount Calvary Pentecostal Church.
Captain Don Zimmerman of the Poland Fire District lost his battle to pancreatic cancer on Wednesday.
About a dozen small businesses were at the Holiday Inn for the first annual Fashion and Beauty Marketplace.
BJ’s is the restaurant next to the Southern Park Mall where Cheddar’s used to be.
Saturday night, people packed the Metroplex Expo in Girard for IM’s biggest fundraiser of the year.
Dr. Ohr, a Boardman native, died Saturday morning from pancreatic cancer. His colleagues remembered him on Sunday,
Almost 300 people gathered at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Youngstown and marched around Wick Park.
Youngstown State hosted Endure for the Cure and 300 Sisters in Red events.