Eight teachers from Alta Head Start will be getting $500 gift cards to help them pay for resources for their students.
The event was sponsored by the Baptist Pastors Council of Youngstown.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to revisit deals the government made with police departments accused of excessive force.
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown this week.
University leaders also hope adding sports will give the campus more of a “college feel.”
Two people arrested in connection with Monday’s Burger King robbery are responsible for car break-ins in multiple communities, police said.
The contest for mayor of Youngstown has candidates of different races – and how they’re reaching out to voters is different.
911 calls reveal frantic moments as neighbors try to subdue a group of girls who escaped from a nearby group home.
Boardman police are asking for your help in identifying a suspect in a retail theft.
The victim told police that he was “smoking weed” with the suspect when he was robbed by gunpoint.
The plaza in Boardman holds Lowe’s, Walmart and Giant Eagle and brings in more than $4 million a year in rent.
Police said the suspect threatened his girlfriend with a gun and then drove off in a car with her kids.
Investigators say the charges are related to inappropriate photos taken of a child that he knows.
A soft opening is planned for the end of May.
Dawson was charged after an 89-year-old resident at Elmwood Assisted Living noticed some of his checks missing.
The Boardman house will go to Angel Thompson, who grew up in a Habitat for Humanity home.
Federal prosecutors have charged a Georgia man with selling heroin in Youngstown.
The Columbiana County Sheriff has issued a warning for neighbors to aware of a telephone scam going around.
Two men with the same name were arrested in a stolen SUV in Youngstown.
U.S. Marshals arrested a man in Youngstown in connection with a stabbing that happened Saturday night.
A portion of Bears Den Road in Youngstown was closed Tuesday morning after a tractor-trailer pulled utility wires down.
“We’re going to be unapologetic about what we need to do to bring this district back into order,” CEO Krish Mohip said.