Yavorcik pointedly questioned McNally about their relationship at Friday’s trial.
Gander Mountain held its grand opening Friday, with an appearance by Cleveland Browns player Gary Barnidge.
Warren officers were forced to use the anti-overdose drug naloxone on two overdose victims early Friday morning.
The men are charged with allowing an accused child molester to be assigned to a Pennsylvania school.
A middle of the night attack on a family in Petersburg left three adults and three children shaken inside a home on East Garfield Road.
Students at Poland Seminary High school were evacuated Friday morning following a bomb threat at the school.
Two men involved earlier this week in a traffic stop were arrested Thursday by city police after two separate incidents.
“I just want to go home,” is what police say a driver told them after he flipped the car he was driving and hit a utility pole.
Two suspicious fires in East Liverpool early Thursday morning are under investigation.
Downtown Youngstown not only had St. Patrick’s Day festivities at its bars and restaurants, but also had a Carrie Underwood concert.
When finished, the 1,400 foot splash pad will feature several water attractions, a walkway around the pad and landscaping.
An adviser overseeing the city’s financials said leaders should fix other problems before bringing police officers and firefighters back.
Viskovatoff was convicted of theft of government property following an investigation by the Social Security Administration.
A grand reopening celebration will be held this weekend, with several planned celebrity appearances.
The hospital is implementing new health guidelines at all of its facilities in order to protect patients and staff.
Police expect arrests and abuse of the drug to rise in the coming years.
The employee has been disciplined seven times for numerous violations, including failing to plow roads.
The high winds kicked up flames a few times, but crews were finally able to put it out.
Investigators were tipped off to the case by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The Ohio EPA says the tests listed on a USA today article date back to 2012