Prosecutors say Robert McClurkin and his brother stole the money from people who had put down money for prepaid funeral contracts.
Police said Bucci started a fight with another man at Krakatoa, and his friend hit the man in the head with a bottle.
Police released photos of the robber on Thursday, asking for information on his identity.
The county will address lead hazards in 165 housing units to provide safer homes for low-income families.
Police said the suspect threw items at his wife and threatened to kill her after breaking a bedroom door.
The heat index this weekend is expected to reach 100 degrees.
School Board President Ron Novak told WKBN this decision was made at the last board meeting.
Commercial Metal Forming has been on Logan Avenue for 97 years, and some employees have worked there for decades.
With most of the country experiencing a heat wave, it’s no surprise that some of us could see a heat index of 100 degrees over the weekend.
The profit was so strong that GM raised its full-year earnings per share guidance by 25 cents to $5.50 to $6.
Several residents in Austintown are starting the day Thursday without water service.
A former employee of the Mahoning County Treasurer’s office is behind bars after missing scheduled court hearings on theft charges.
Kelly, who represents the state’s third congressional district, says both Lawrence and Mercer counties need jobs and a higher standard of li…
The Chinese and Taiwanese students are in the middle of a 3-week visit to Youngstown State.
The city currently requires at least four police officers and six firefighters to be on duty at all times.
A proposal in Ohio seeks to give cities the ability to restrict the open or concealed carry of firearms during certain events.
Ohio Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor said that at some point, the back and forth needs to stop.
New board members, David Coy and Carter Lewis, took their oaths of office during the board’s July 13 meeting.
Kelly Motika and Sara Pretoka sit in a separate section of the Q, but they get to see what the television networks might not show.
Although the program in Youngstown caters to students with autism, the executive director says the school sees nothing but ability and poten…