Police responded to a call from Uncle Sil’s Bar Monday night about a woman laying on the ground, bleeding.
Complaints of fraud in Ohio’s government agencies can be made at any time, whether you’re a public employee or citizen.
The committee is tasked with replacing Commissioner Michael Senchak, who resigned from the Park Board last month.
As the weather warms up, emergency crews are reminding drivers to slow down or move over for flashing lights.
The most unequal jobs in America include personal finance advisers, doctors and financial sales agents.
A family who has a grave near where the statue once stood complained about its backside facing the gravesite of their loved one.
Police are asking how a man was able to have a valid concealed carry permit from Arizona and a suspended Ohio CCW at the same time.
The remains of Corporal Dennis Buckley, who was captured by Chinese forces in 1951, returned to the Youngstown area on Tuesday.
Mahoning County was awarded $17.1 million, Trumbull County was awarded $4.4 million, and Columbiana County was awarded $1.6 million.
Police are investigating after a Boardman woman’s child was stabbed in the hand with a syringe last week.
The alleged victim told police that Binion entered his home with a knife, yelling about “bad drugs” he received from someone.
Office tenants could move in to the Town Center at Firestone Farms starting this summer, and the next phase for restaurants and retailers co…
A group of cadets is trying to prove it has what it takes to join the Youngstown Fire Department.
Police said Urey was witnessed beating a woman on Parkman Road and then shoving her into his car.
The job outlook for physical therapists is growing, and the Youngstown-Warren area is expected to add 170 jobs within five years.
The remains of Corporal Dennis Buckley, who was captured by Chinese forces in 1951, returned to the Youngstown area.
The legislation will benefit several steel companies in Ohio, including Sharon Tube in Niles, Wheatland Tube in Warren and Vallourec Star in…
Police said the suspect was accused of selling marijuana near Hammaker Street and had drugs in the trunk of the car he was driving.
Police said the man threw rocks and feces at a home on Quinby Street in Sharon.
Still, Youngstown-Warren has the lowest prices of any metropolitan area in the state.