John Andrei is accused of beating his adopted son and holding police at bay for several hours on the Fourth of July.
Jamar Houser is accused of shooting at a woman while driving at a busy intersection.
The Valley’s elderly population is growing and one facility is expanding to keep up with the pace.
Five people accused of being part of a theft ring that targeted unlocked vehicles were indicted Thursday on a slew of charges.
School leaders in the Valley discuss budget cuts, testing, and secondary education at a meeting in Canfield.
Members of the Youngstown State University faculty union want President Jim Tressel to get more involved in negotiations.
During a preliminary hearing, the case was bound over to the Mercer County Court from the lower court in Greenville.
A passport to the culinary delights of the Valley is ready.
The North Beaver fire department has received life-saving equipment to treat pets caught in house fires.
The woman claimed the man pulled her hair and bit her chin.
Funeral services are set for a Leavittsburg man who was crushed by a piece of machinery at a Niles plant.
Authorities were at a house in Champion for several hours Thursday morning.
An ambulance took the boy to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Warren.
Authorities found the boy starving in early June.
Crews worked to contain two vacant house fires in the last two days. Both houses were allowed to burn down.
Another east side fire in Youngstown is considered suspicious.
The city charter established seven wards in 1923. Since then, Youngstown has lost 60 percent of its population.
Youngstown City Council approved the demolition of two more buildings to make more room for parking.
Drug trafficking charges caught up with a man from Youngstown and woman from Struthers.
Council members said the tax is needed to bridge a continuing budget shortfall that has led to the layoff of 20 percent of the village’s wor…