Andrew McCourt, 26, was arrested at a relative's home on Mock Road in Berlin Township on Friday afternoon.
Daniel Stehler and Bill Millard are Warren's newest firefighters after they were sworn in Friday on the steps of city hall.
The three-year anniversary for the General Motors plant in Lordstown building the Chevrolet Cruze is Sunday.
A candidate for Youngstown's mayor is behind bars.
Economic development is booming in Mercer County, thanks to a strategic plan that officials started last year.
Humility of Mary Health Centers in the area are looking for help taking part in a nationwide study on cancer.
A house that sits directly behind the old Hostess Bakery Outlet Store in Youngstown was destroyed by fire on Friday.
A 23-year-old Youngstown mother pleaded not guilty at her arraignment Friday on charges that she left her 1- and 3-year-old daughters alone …
Trumbull County SCOPE will be merging with a Portage County nonprofit organization.
The United Way kicked off its 16th annual Day of Caring on Friday.
A Youngstown-based charitable organization was forced to pay nearly $1 million because investigators found they did little charitable work.
A carousel that once meant a lot to Youngstown and now operates in New York has won an award.
Traffic flow in the U.S. Route 224 and U.S. Route 680 construction zone will be improving.
A man tried to lure a 5-year-old Warren boy and his 12-year-old sister into his pickup truck.
The Youngstown-Warren-Boardman metropolitan area was ranked as the 18th best region in the northeastern portion of the country, according to…
Warren police are investigating the death of a 5-month-old boy.
Eastern Gateway Community College reported a record enrollment for the fall 2013 semester.
A new steak restaurant opening in Niles is looking to hire 175 people.
Covelli Enterprises has extended its naming rights to the Covelli Centre in downtown Youngstown.
Organizers said the Columbiana Street Fair is the second largest street fair in the state of Ohio.