A Trumbull County Sheriff’s deputy was called to the home after reports that the animal was in deplorable conditions.
Officials say the driver pulled off the road, not realizing there is no berm along that part of Garfield Road.
The judge who oversees adoptions in Mahoning County says there is an urgent need for families to foster and adopt children.
The offer begins November 2 and runs through November 30.
The Youngstown Schools teachers union and the district’s CEO are at odds over a new homework grading directive.
An employee told police that a driver pulled a gun out when she told him that steak bagels were not being sold at the time.
Police said the woman noticed Conley grab her purse, leading to a short tug of war before he managed to get away.
The number of people that are clients of the Rescue Mission has doubled in the past decade, so more space is needed.
The American Cancer Society estimates roughly 53,000 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2017.
A man told police that he was brutally beaten and robbed of over $1,000 in an attack on the back porch of his home.
The driver was pulled over in Youngstown for making an improper turn.
November is one of the most dangerous times of the year for crashes involving deer in Ohio.
Anglins Auction Service is auctioning off the popcorn wagon from the cult-classic movie Sunday at 1 p.m.
Firefighters were called to a home on Schenley Avenue when someone passing by saw smoke.
Some emergency responders were passing out candy in Warren, making sure the kids had a safe time trick or treating.
John Kufleitner will own the new dealership — but it meant having to sell his operation in Salem.
God’s Refuge House in Warren is hosting an open house Sunday from 1-4 p.m.
Mahoning Valley Opportunity Center closed Monday night. Staff members question the school’s reasoning of the closing.
A man told Warren police his boyfriend’s friend hit him in the face with a wrench and beat him until he blacked out.
A Trumbull County grand jury indicted the following cases on October 31, 2017.
An employee said the man told her, “Sorry about your luck, lady,” after stealing money from the register.
That, and other crimes reported in Youngstown.