For two organizations, it is about restoring their cities by getting rid of eyesores and replacing them with something to benefit the neighb…
The Tressels have been back in town since late May, but they’re still meeting people and catching up with old friends.
Organizers say five wards instead of seven saves the city approximately $360,000 over a four-year term.
A domestic argument resulted in a woman being hit in the head with a dumbbell.
The law was first discussed in April and went into effect last week.
The Shenango Township Police Department will once again be on duty after township supervisors made a big move.
The burglars stole a gold box with praying hands on it that contained the ashes of the victim’s father.
Prosecutors said Keith Chandler forged his DD214 papers.
Police say they suspect foul play.
On any given day, the clinic has administered up to 70 vaccines.
Authorities also charged Melissa Riddick, 41, with obstructing official business, resisting arrest and aggravated menacing.
Reuben Shaw was accused of entering a locked garage last year.
Mayor John McNally said the city’s 911 system was not affected.
Five or six years ago, Meridian Community Care Service had 85 clients in the medically-assisted treatment program. They now have close to 70…
More than 150 runners proved that they’re “Youngstown Enough” in the city’s first ever Steelathlon.
The recall involves Cadillacs from the 2013-2015 model years and Impalas from the 2014 and 2015 model years.
Flames and smoke from the burning structure could be seen for miles.
An investigation is underway into what caused an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper to crash on I-76.
Past clergy members and the congregation took the time to commemorate the milestone.
A special group of Williamson Elementary students had a special treat, courtesy of a Cleveland Brown player.