Trumbull County officials say today’s high caseloads give lawyers an incentive to plea bargain.
This week is National School Breakfast Week, and nutrition experts say it’s the most important meal of the day.
A special board meeting has been set for public input about a resolution on “employee concealed carry in the district.”
That, and other crime reported in Youngstown over the past week.
The 25-year-old man handed the teller a note that said he didn’t want to hurt anyone, but that he wanted money, according to police.
The design of the memorial includes two pillars representing police officers and firefighters.
To help make things a little better for kids at Akron Children’s Hospital, they were treated with gifts on Tuesday.
Police are waiting for surveillance video in an effort to identify the man.
Youngstown City Schools CEO Kirsh Mohip said he is looking for a new job due to past vandalism at his house.
An SUV crashed into a tree on Gibson Street in Youngstown.
How sick do you have to be to stay home from work? Some people don’t have a choice.
Xialianna Aubel, 13, is from the Girard area and was listed as a runaway.
Hubbard High School will be hosting the 5th annual Festival of Bands.
One person was killed and another injured in a crash in Pymatuning Township.
Investigators in Hermitage are looking into what started at the city’s wastewater treatment plant.
The 73-year-old woman went missing on Monday.
Sheila Lingenfelter said a neighboring dog mauled her Sheltie, Rascal, after she let him out in the backyard.
The 13-year-old correctly spelled “witloof” and won the Tribune Chronicle Spelling Bee Monday night.
A state auditor’s report last week suggested closing two buildings and eliminating 18 positions.
Old Furnace Road connects the west and south sides. The speed limit is only 25 but residents say cars travel much faster.
Local executives had the weekend to think about how the tariffs would affect their businesses.
Destiny Brown was training to be a medical assistant at Job Corp in Cleveland.