Update // The accident happened around 5:30 p.m. Friday in the loading dock at the Lowe’s store on West State Street in New Castle.
A little bit of Florida flare has come to a Niles business.
The Boy Scouts of America National Council voted by secret ballot Thursday to lift the ban on openly gay members. Sixty-one percent supported the proposal.
Update // Police said a car was shot multiple times, possibly with an assault rifle, Friday on South Avenue.
Festivals are taking place through Sunday in East Palestine and Campbell.
All Trumbull County deputies are undergoing simulation training at the former RG Steel plant in Warren. The two-day training is put on by RADD Training of Florida and will continue Saturday at the Trumbull County Courthouse.
Concertgoers will not be allowed to bring backpacks or duffel bags inside the Warren Community Amphitheatre. Diaper bags for kids and medical bags for those people who may suffer from diabetes or other conditions are still allowed.
The Farmer’s Market at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown is open for business.
Airmen and reservists at the 910th Air Reserve Station in Vienna were busy Friday loading a school bus onto a cargo plane destined for Haiti.
Ohio State Treasurer Josh Mandel said Friday he believes the Mahoning Valley will lead the state’s economic comeback.
Friday was prom day for students at the Leonard Kirtz School in Austintown.
Law Enforcement officers in Mahoning County remembered fallen comrades during a memorial service Friday in Youngstown.
The Ohio State Patrol is reminding drivers not to get behind the wheel impaired.
Students at Springfield Local High School put aside their car keys and hopped a tractor to school.
Update // Attorney General Mike Dewine announced Friday there are 690 missing children in Ohio.
Update // The Warren Fire Department avoided laying off 14 firefighters after federal officials approved $1.7 million that remained on a federal grant that was in danger of expiring on Monday.
A Canfield man pleaded guilty Friday to misdemeanor charges that say he fondled himself while staring at his daughter and her 12-year-old friend in January.
A Warren man accused of stomping his ex-girlfriend’s father to death will be held in the Trumbull County Jail on $1 million bond until his case is resolved.
Update // A 41-year-old man was shot Thursday and a woman and her 3-year-old daughter were nearly shot in Warren.
Update // New Castle police charged a man they say tried to burn down a house with five people inside because of a domestic fight.