“Let Freedom Fly Forever” is an initiative which will recognize, honor and send members of the military to Y Live Concert.
An 80-year-old Masury woman told police that the suspect was helping her with yard work when her purse was taken.
Police say they were chasing a suspect, accused of grabbing a woman inappropriately on campus.
Judge John Durkin said if Dr. Yurich is able to save just one life during community service work, that is justice.
Police said Handy stole a television from an 81-year-old resident’s garage.
Investigators believed Coy Goodman may have been headed to Kentucky to visit family.
August is breastfeeding awareness month and August 1 marks the start of world breastfeeding week.
The Head Start Program in Trumbull County wants kids registered as soon as possible to get them ready for kindergarten.
A Greenville woman has been charged after police say she lied about her child being molested.
Several businesses along busy Route 224 in Canfield lost power early Wednesday morning.
They may have had tickets but the fire marshal stopped about 200 people at the Covelli Centre’s doors.
Trump said other than Abraham Lincoln, he “can be more presidential than any president that’s ever held office.”
“Exactly one year ago next month, I came right here to Youngstown to deliver a major address,” Trump said at Covelli Centre.
The Chamber said it’s had significant involvement in 19 projects, totaling over $942 million and creating 270 jobs.
Speaking about factory jobs, the President told the Covelli Centre crowd, “They’re all coming back.”
No one was hurt, and there were no arrests at the Trump rally in Youngstown on Tuesday.
Police said the Youngstown man loaded a transformer worth thousands of dollars into the trunk of a car.
They say naloxone allows those struggling with addiction to seek treatment — something they say many overdose victims are doing.
Workers must have an in-depth understanding of blueprints and understand the proper order to building parts.
That, and other crimes reported in Youngstown.
Dawn Inc. is planning to build a new 76,000 square foot facility, which could cost between $575,000 and $750,000.
The city’s last grocery store closed in November, making things hard for Girard residents.