Youngstown police are investigating a hit-skip crash that sent a woman into a brick wall on South Avenue.
The Girard Water Department boil alert for 1505 Squaw Creek Dr. to 1562 Squaw Creek Dr. has been lifted.
If you have a piece of art or an idea to promote art education in Youngstown and need funding, the Awesome Foundation wants to hear from you…
It’s been 4 years since an ash cloud rose from the Heritage Thermal Hazardous Waste Incinerator and coated cars and homes.
People were lined up outside the Warren Family Mission Thursday to help their kids get ready to head back to school.
“He said that he loved me and he hung up the phone.”
That, and other crimes reported in Warren this week.
Mission workers say they asked the suspect to leave because he failed a drug test and wasn’t applying for jobs.
The board is in the middle of raising money for a new building, which will be as large as the WATTS fitness center at Youngstown State.
The money looks genuine until you spot the red Chinese writing stamped on the front.
Clean Energy Future is one step closer to being able to build a second energy plant in Lordstown.
There are three bills before the state legislature to address Ohio’s truck driver shortage.
Police said the suspects were making the drugs during the raid.
A postal worker and water department worker alerted police that children were unclothed and playing outside unsupervised.
Brandy Joseph, 37, was one of three people who died when a car crashed into a house last week and shots were fired.
A Mahoning County grand jury indicted the following cases on August 10, 2017.
As a condition of his bond, he must stay on house arrest and was ordered to have no contact with the alleged victim.
VenturePointe is the 17th incubator that Penn State has set up across Pennsylvania.
A new state law says no one convicted of a low-level, non-violent felony can be sent to the state penitentiary.
The man — a CCW holder — reported that he spotted two suspects going through his neighbor’s car on Devonshire Drive.
The Powerball jackpot is now an estimated $356 million, while the Mega Millions is $393 million.
The 44483 zip code — which covers parts of Warren and Champion Heights — is seeing the most overdoses.