OH WOW’s hurricane chamber simulates what it’s like being caught in winds of up to 95 miles per hour.
Friday marked National Manufacturing Day, and MCCTC students were able to tour General Motors Lordstown Complex.
Seventeen new AmeriCorps members were sworn in to the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation program Friday.
The county warned residents not to be alarmed during the drill, scheduled from 8 to 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 10.
Miller was arrested at his home on Thursday afternoon.
The delay trapped drivers on the busy stretch of Route 224 at Southern Boulevard.
Backpage.com is known as an adult website which authorities say makes millions of dollars annually from its classified sex ads.
Police have identified the woman killed in a Hiram Street home during a reported home invasion Thursday.
The CEO Teachers Advisory Group consists of 14 teachers from schools throughout the district.
JD Eicher has been performing his song at book signings across the country.
While most residents are getting out of the area, journalists like Ron and Molly Reed’s dad, Matt, are staying put.
The downtown transformation would also connect the amphitheater to the Covelli Centre, and provide retail and restaurant space.
The men from Youngstown and Warren, who were both serving 20-year sentences, will get out of prison early.
Officers said Lee led them on a chase through the city’s south side after they tried pulling him over for a traffic stop.
Police said the suspected prostitutes had advertised escort services in the Youngstown area.
Two Howland graduates living in Miami and another local woman now living in West Palm Beach are preparing for the Category 4 storm.
The Trumbull County OVI Task Force did not release the exact time or location of the checkpoint.
Lakeview Elementary teacher Kaylee Kalman is seeing positive results with the “unhomework” approach.
Panezich and Moore turned down a plea deal offered by prosecutors.
Local stores haven’t made any changes related to selling clown costumes, but they all admit to looking suspiciously at anyone buying clown-r…
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man, captured on surveillance video at the bank.
An infestation of mice, birds and other critters caused the station’s closure more than a month ago.