Update // The Ohio National Guard welcomed home 130 soldiers from the 838th Military Police Company during a gathering Friday night at Packard Music Hall.
A man and his son were being evicted from their home and an argument between them and the landlord ended with the tenant being shot in the shoulder.
For the second year in a row, Trinity United Methodist Church in downtown Youngstown hosted walk-in weddings on Friday at their Chapel of the Friendly Bells.
A dispute between a mother daughter on Beechwood Drive sent both women to the hospital late Friday afternoon.
Local Girl Scouts and Youngstown State University students joined forces Friday to fight hunger.
The water trapped in the snowpack will become runoff and enter the streams and rivers. Those streams already have ice on them, which could cause ice jam flooding.
A Warren woman had naked pictures of herself posted online by a woman involved with her ex-husband.
A Russian man who was living in Boardman was arrested early Friday morning in connection to seven rape cases in Russia.
On Friday, Water Commissioner Harry Johnson said so far this year, the department has spent $112,000 for overtime just in the past six weeks to cover workers having to repair and replace broken lines.
Members of the Ohio House have a proposal to add four additional calamity days, while a similar measure in the state Senate would add only three. But so far, no final vote has been taken on either bill.
The agency planned to charge nothing for the road salt and instead was asking communities to return the salt once their supplies were replenished.
Former Canfield trustee Bill Reese said Mike Sciortino’s apology was a direct result of him filing petitions to run for auditor.
A self-proclaimed community activist had his day in court Friday to answer numerous charges against him.
Photos from a fire in Mineral Ridge, Oh., Friday morning
Mayor John McNally welcomed Joseph Burnich to the Youngstown Police Department Friday morning.
Tequila Haskins pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter charges in relation to the June death of Brian Tubbs.
A man escaped a fire nearly unhurt this morning, but his home was not so lucky.
Funding already has been secured for a $3.4 million bridge rehabilitation project over Interstate 680 on the city’s West Side.
February is Heart Month and a time to make people aware of the risks for heart disease.
The United Veterans Council of Mahoning County recognized Mahoning County Auditor Mike Sciortino and his office for speaking to veterans about the Homestead exemption.