Pastor Todd Johnson said when things like this happen, it makes him want to reach out to the youth even more.
The money will be used to showcase an art exhibition by a New York artist.
Since May, three major accidents have happened in the same area of the freeway for the same reason.
Mayor Tom Scarnecchia presented the plan, which includes outsourcing the city’s income tax collections and a $10 license plate fee increase,…
Jim Pace operated Pontiac and Saturn dealerships in Niles and Boardman.
That, and other crimes reported in Niles.
A new agreement between YSU and Western Galilee College in Israel should lead to more educational opportunities.
Kevin Cartwright pleaded guilty in December of 2015 to a string of burglaries — one of which victimized someone he knew.
Five people were shot over the weekend in Warren, and shots were fired in other instances.
Lawyers for Dr. Joseph Yurich called a witness to the stand, who said the victims had an obligation to avoid the deadly crash as well.
A boil alert has been issued for the south side of Niles.
A witness reported that Poling grabbed the girl’s buttocks and tried to kiss her on the lips.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally said by the end of the year, the city will tear down a total of 500 houses.
Bethany Root graduated from Maplewood and was living in Kansas.
Police said they haven’t made any arrests yet in the case.
Police said Shaw began to “violently kick” the cruiser’s window guard during her arrest.
RaeLynn was a contestant on the second season of the hit singing competition The Voice, but was eliminated in the quarterfinals.
Police said Mosley was found to be smoking marijuana in a car with a 15-year-old girl.
Stevie Nicks will be at the Covelli Centre on September 15.
Police said Earl agreed to meet the undercover officer for sex at an Austintown hotel.
Highland Field Services got it’s first of two permits from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
Firefighters had to dodge hornets that came out of a nest — agitated by the fire.