Police said the suspect was found with a weapon used in a shooting on May 22 in the city.
A new app can track asthma symptoms, send reminders and keep triggers under control.
The Interstate 80 eastbound ramp in Austintown will be closed while crews continue construction.
Removing a raccoon from your property may not be all that easy.
Police recovered a bullet from a Boardman mobile home that they believe was fired from more than a half-mile away.
General Mills is voluntarily recalling several brands of its flours as a precautionary measure.
Transparency and lack of public trust were themes for all seven candidates, but Executive Director Aaron Young was not discussed.
The group hopes to improve the sidewalks outside of the stores so businesses will want to move into the vacant buildings.
The splash pads shoot and spray water from sprinklers for children to play on.
The group claims there are not enough math and English teachers, and the learning environment is not safe.
Gary Kommel was a VFW Commander and a member of the Disabled American Veterans.
The victim’s child was inside the car at the time, according to a police report.
The Grover’s will have freshly picked strawberries available in their shop off Kinsman Road starting Monday.
Firefighters say the fire started at a machine in the product line and was contained there.
The lawsuit accuses Trumbull County Engineer Randy Smith of retaliating against employees who are “union sympathizers.”
A Warren woman was arrested after police said she pulled a DVD cord with enough force to cause a TV to fall on two toddlers.
Frequent tire inspections can increase its longevity and prevent crashes.
The resignation comes on the same day that the commission picked Youngstown City School’s new CEO.
Two teenage girls told officers they were leaving a party when a man jumped out of a truck and grabbed one of them.
This is a decrease compared to recent years, as 16 fatalities occurred in 2015 and 13 occurred in 2014.