With his credit for time served, Girts will be released from prison.
After Robert and Yvette Soto reported burglars took all of their Christmas presents for their children, the community stepped in to help.
Hearing aids were given out to 35 people who otherwise would not be able to afford the devices.
The Struthers Psycare office had a training day Friday.
Students from three schools got to work side-by-side with environmental professionals Friday at the Mill Creek Metro Farms in Canfield.
The judge talked to fourth grade students about being good citizens and staying out of trouble.
He is now in the Mahoning County Jail.
The Mission said it has received about 90 percent of its toy collection goal, thanks to the community’s donations.
Work on the home began Friday.
The Steelers are playing the Bishop Guilfoyle Marauders.
For the 32nd year, Covelli donated to the campaign to help buy toys for children in need.
The company makes machinery for the oil and gas industry.
Police will also have extra officers patrolling in the area, according to a press release.
Eighteen-year-old Erik Lamont Reed Jr. surrendered Thursday evening and was arraigned Friday morning.
Firefighters from several departments worked to control a fire at Thomas Steel in Warren Township.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
The New Castle Police Department is investigating a report of two sexual assaults that occurred after midnight on Thursday.
The Youngstown Police Department says homeowners should be extra vigilant this time of year.
A Youngstown Police report states that in the car a prescription was found filled on December 13. The car was stolen December 12.
The maximum amount of waste the landfill can accept is increasing from 2,500 to 4,000 tons per day, according to the Ohio EPA.