One pole was rotted out and fell, which pulled down the others.
Judge Ronald Rice said Nasser Hamad’s actions when he killed two and injured three in February could not be considered self-defense.
Calhoun will be sentenced later this month and faces life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Police said Ingram led officers on a car chase, hitting vehicles as he headed into Youngstown.
At least five vehicles were involved in the accident on Route 62 in East Lackawannock Township.
A man from Youngstown was given a ticket for loaning his car out to a person who previously crashed it twice.
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The brothers were on their way to school when the crash happened.
Nearly 4,000 people have signed up to receive medical marijuana in Pennsylvania.
The superintendent said Niles will make it through this school year but next year, there’s a $2 million deficit — exactly what the levy wou…
The $2.2 million will go toward re-turfing Falcon Stadium and turfing the baseball field, among other improvements.
A school bus driver called 911 after seeing a man get shot off a motorcycle, according to information from dispatchers.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman over the past week.
Judge-elect Carla Baldwin became the first African-American and woman to take a Youngstown Municipal Court judgeship.
A day after authorities announced the largest drug case ever in the county, about 40 suspects heard their charges.
The shooter, Nasser Hamad, is facing a life prison sentence, but those involved in the fight beforehand weren’t charged.
The teenager accused of killing his neighbor two years ago in Niles is still waiting to go on trial in Trumbull County.
Girard Mayor James Melfi said not a day goes by that he doesn’t think about Officer Leo.
The Warren Family Mission is asking for the public’s help in providing meals this Thanksgiving.
As part of his sentence, McCall will also have to register as a Tier 3 sex offender.
According to court documents, the employees took meth and marijuana from the mail, selling the marijuana.
Workers were using a machine that had not been reset, so votes were being double counted until workers noticed the problem.