Benjamin Joltin is in Mahoning County Jail after skipping a court hearing earlier this week.
The path has been shut down since last week after part of the hillside and dirt underneath the trail washed away.
The accident happened at the corner of Calla and Lisbon roads on Thursday morning.
Youngstown police arrested a man on several drug charges after they say they found narcotics and cash in his house.
Spring planting can be confusing if you are trying figure what is safe to plant now.
Local Amazing Race contestant Jessica Shields will not be back on the Amazing Race after last Thursday’s episode.
This is what the defense would have presented to jurors had the accused triple murderer’s case gone to trial.
Council members want better communication about the wellness center’s future and shot down the mayor’s idea of raising license plate fees.
Municipal police in Pennsylvania are not permitted to use radar and laser technology, meaning officers need extra time and manpower to catch…
“This isn’t a partisan issue, this isn’t a policy issue. This is a life and death issue.”
About 30 employees had to be evacuated Wednesday afternoon.
Nine vehicles were available for the 350 students to look at Wednesday.
Many of the crews sent to a Beaver Township house fire around noon were busy since 3 a.m. with a fire in Green Twp.
The Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Rubin Lee Williams.
Police departments in Niles, Warren, and Weathersfield are looking for a man they say was involved in several police chases.
There will be requirements each student has to meet during summer school in order to move up to the next grade.
Trumbull County Commissioners are standing with the Village of Lordstown.
WKBN broke down pages of FBI data to reveal the communities with the lowest crime rates in the Valley.
“Me and my sister really wanted a cheeseburger,” the boy told police.
It’s called Library Express — put on by the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County.
It started at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at a home on the corner of East Harvard Boulevard and Laird Avenue.
The rule is unique to Mahoning County Judge Maureen Sweeney’s courtroom and is in response to Robert Seman’s fatal jump on Monday.