That, and other crime reported in Austintown.
President Trump’s comments and his action to ban transgender individuals from serving in the military are upsetting to those running the fes…
They said there were ants in their family member’s IV bag and feces on the floor of his room.
Dr. Milton Yarmy graduated from Rayen High School in 1929 and went on to practice family medicine for 53 years.
Her 20-year-old passenger was taken to the hospital with serious injuries.
CEO Krish Mohip informed the school board that he would not be picking any three of the names it recommended for the superintendent position…
Surveillance video captured three people taking the antique gas pump just over two weeks ago.
It was part of the Mahoning Valley Dream Center’s “Love Week” — dedicated to spreading hope and helping others.
Friends of Fido said it’s willing to donate toward heartworm treatment if you’re willing to offer a home to a dog with the disease.
Mayor John McNally urged the administration to immediately reverse the decision, saying thousands of transgender individuals already serve i…
That, and other crimes reported in Warren this week.
“We’re pretty proud of our neighborhood and when somebody does something like this, we get upset,” Bill Watson said.
The start of a new school year is exciting for many kids, but for some, those changes can turn into fear or anxiety.
The Rich Center hosted a “Transitions in Autism from Preschool to Adulthood” Conference on Friday.
New Castle police eventually found the man after he drove from the crash scene toward the area of Grove City.
The Youngstown soup kitchen closed earlier this month following structural issues with the building.
A federal grand jury has indicted a Youngstown man with failing to register as a sex offender.
Stevens is accused of having a gun and ammunition, despite a prior felony conviction for attempted felonious assault.
Caputo, a medium, plans to “deliver messages to audience members” at her Covelli Centre show.
Despite a shooting near the basketball courts that injured a 19-year-old, residents are showing off positive improvements they’re making.
JAC Management will also operate the downtown amphitheater in Youngstown scheduled to open next year.
The Community Bill of Rights has failed six times, and this seventh attempt will cost upwards of $36,000.