A movement to ban traffic cameras in the state of Ohio did not reach a vote on the last day of the legislative session on Thursday, and will be taken up again in the fall.
James Ferrara was brought back to Youngstown to face charges related to the 1974 slayings of the Marsh family in Canfield. He is already serving a life sentence for two drug-related murders in Columbus.
Money that for years had been donated to the old Trumbull Memorial Hospital Foundation is once again being used for needed health care in the area.
Drug prevention specialist Joseph Glover said some people who have ingested mass quantities of bath salts have hallucinated, which can cause violent episodes.
Area gays and lesbians said it’s not always easy living in the area, but acceptance is growing.
The cross-country bicyclists are from all around the country and are a part of Bike and Build. They stopped in Struthers on Thursday to help Habitat for Humanity.
Warren Police are investigating after a man who said he had property to rent, took a homeless woman’s rent money and gave her keys to a house that doesn’t exist.
A 28-year-old man was indicted Thursday on charges that allege he tried to solicit a 12-year-old girl Sebring girl he met on the internet for sex.
Abortion rights supporters protested on Thursday against a portion of Ohio’s budget that includes abortion provisions.
Hope House of Youngstown received a $25,000 grant Thursday from Mahoning County Commissioners.
Mahoning County Job and Family Services could lose federal money if the state doesn’t improve its cash assistance program.
The Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County announced Thursday they have named Kerry S. Pettit as executive director.
A two vehicle accident sent one car careening into a cemetery off of Midlothian Boulevard.
A federal grand jury on Thursday returned a 30-count indictment against the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, and many of the charges carry the possibility of life in prison or the death penalty.
Austintown schools received a $1 million grant Thursday to buy 14 new busses.
Lake Milton police on Thursday apprehended two Ashtabula brothers suspected of robbing a bank within five minutes of the alleged robbery.
A Youngstown man was fatally shot Monday in Columbus.
A vacant house in Campbell was destroyed by fire early Thursday morning.
The contest will run Monday through July 26 in conjunction with the Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley “Miracles and Promises” radio fundraiser.
The 12-month contract, totaling $18,000, will enable the Regional Chamber to continue its multi-faceted economic development efforts throughout Trumbull County.