The Trumbull County Animal Cruelty Task Force also caught eight live rabbits.
Anita Davis says kids and teenagers are likely getting into mischief because there’s nothing for them to do in their neighborhood.
Youngstown Fire crews say they were trying to protect the house next door.
The Youngstown Connection choir hosted a spaghetti dinner fundraiser to help pay for their trip.
The event featured traditional barn animals and some “exotic” animals including kangaroos, camels and alpacas
Police say Dionte Robinson’s handgun accidentally discharged while he was holding the girl.
The 2016 Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon will be held at noon on Sunday, April 17, at Antone’s Banquet Center.
A court judgement requires Brenda Kimble to choose a new appointee to the Academic Distress Commission by Sunday night.
A group of firefighters grabbed Captain Perry Harrison when he fell through a flight of stairs at the Powers Way fire last year.
The Ruritan Club in Columbiana held a recognition dinner for Ashley Orr, who will be studying at Oxford University in a few months.
Police say it appears she was only shot once, but the bullet went through both legs.
Ohio State Highway Patrol says the 77-year-old struck a fire hydrant off of Mines Road in Howland Township.
The human resources staff is looking for full-time and substitute teacher positions, along with bus drivers, custodians and secretaries.
Police say they found the remains of a human body in a tattered winter coat at the corner of Wydesteel and Trussit Avenues.
Embers left over from a Friday night fire caused it to reignite Saturday morning at the corner of Florida Ave. and Market St.
Councilwoman Anita Davis talked about resurfacing old roads and what to do with the old Bottom Dollar Food properties.
About 100 people attended Cancer Survivor Day at the Southern Park Mall.
Two laid-off policemen are in the application process with out-of-state stations, and Niles may not be able to afford bringing them back.
According to the dispatch report, two people are injured. Smoke is coming from one of the vehicles.
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