To save as much money as possible, some people are driving around to find the lowest prices before traveling.
The Gallagher building downtown is starting to show its age after three years, and the construction project hasn’t started.
Police said the woman can be seen on video stabbing the father of her child and threatening to kill him.
Those with information should call the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office at 330-675-2508.
There will also be local saturation patrols throughout Mahoning County during the week and weekend.
Police said the woman’s infant son was found crawling around a home filled with trash, rotten food and insects.
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at 7:45 a.m. Friday before the first flight left.
Police said the Youngstown man crashed his motorcycle into another car after a police chase starting in Poland.
The mobile app sends personal traffic alerts, construction and travel delay information, and hands-free voice on the go.
Krish Mohip met with the Youngstown chapter of the NAACP to discuss issues in the city schools that the group wants to correct.
Police arrested 49-year-old Darrell Williams and 28-year-old Dawn Harvey in April.
Brookfield Township Police are asking for the public’s help in finding the man who they say robbed the Standard Market.
Police said they found materials used to make methamphetamine in Adam Tyson’s home, where two children were also living.
They say the pond, which used to be beautiful, now has a terrible smell and algae along the edges.
The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force listed Jason Harmon as a wanted fugitive and Youngstown Police arrested him in May.
Both players are linebackers with the Penguins and under a scholarship with the team.
Police say Byrd stabbed Mark Haag, an Independent Radio Taxi driver, during a robbery attempt.
SALEM, Ohio (WKBN) – Renovations at Salem’s football stadium seem to be moving along nicely. On Thursday, crews laid down gravel as a base f…
YSU’s plan involves a collaboration between the art community and the city to revitalize infrastructure.
Store staff estimated that Strine stole approximately $30,000 from the store over a two-year period.