The Torch Awards for Marketplace honored three qualities: ethics, trust and integrity.
That, and other crimes reported in Warren over the past week.
Welker Park in New Middletown has a new attraction – the Little Free Library.
The Jewish Community Relations Council held a Lunch and Learn Thursday to talk about a new partnership with Israel.
A Mahoning County grand jury indicted the following cases on June 15, 2017.
In recognition of Elder Abuse Awareness Day, Adult Protective Services worked to bring attention to the issue.
A gas pump stopped working and a technician that was called in to fix it found the device.
Warren detectives were following up on some information that they received when they found the body.
According to prosecutors, Klobetanz distributed the videos and images in October of 2015.
A passerby saw the deceased man and flagged down a patrol officer around noon on Thursday.
The body has not yet been identified.
The Crimes Against Children’s Unit is looking into the officer’s activities while working at Struthers High School.
Sixteen years ago, Steven Mango led police on another chase, which killed a Struthers man.
A witness said the shooter was “flying like a bat out of hell” when he crashed into the woman’s car on Market Street.
Police are investigating a felonious assault after a man told them he was attacked at a gas station.
Police spotted two feet hanging outside the wrecked car parked outside an apartment in the Brier Hill Complex.
A traffic stop in Youngstown uncovered a multitude of pills of different varieties, according to police.
Warren police said at this point, the drowning doesn’t appear to be criminal, but the investigation isn’t over.
He said the refugees — who immigration officials say are convicted felons — currently being held in Youngstown will be killed if they are …
Highway Patrol said the semi-truck hit the roadway painter truck, which had two workers standing on its rear platform.
Tuition at Youngstown State remains one of the lowest for public universities in Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and New York.
Ensign Ryan Bailey, who won a state swimming championship for the Spartans, ranked 10th out of 1,053 cadets.