Andrew Martin of Bristolville pleaded guilty in Aprll to the murder-for-hire plot.
Work will be put on hold at the end of October to reopen the bridge for the busy holiday shopping season.
Public input was sought as to what patrons would like to see over the next six years for the library.
Ken Frost ended his 35-year career with a celebration.
Area churches and organizations met for the "Increase the Peace" event Tuesday on the city's south side.
Police were chasing a vehicle on South Avenue that later crashed at the intersection of Williamson Avenue.
Most of the photos are more than 100 years old, with the 18-photo display covering the 1870s through the 1940s.
Cremated remains found inside the Robert P. McDermott Memorial Funeral Home in Niles may not have been handed over to grieving family member…
Police in Goshen Township have implemented some new technology over the past week and now all police interactions with the public will be re…
A memorial in Warren at the site of where six teens died in a horrific car accident has been removed as the city prepares to repave the road…
Ohio's governor and other statewide officials would be barred from accepting outside compensation from private employers, including those se…
About 960 kids enroll in the Head Start in Mahoning County, but that number is closer to 900 this year because of federal budget cuts.
A fourth raccoon has tested positive for rabies in Mahoning County.
The Crestview Local School District is near maximum capacity for open enrollment. The district has seen an influx of students over the last …
A former Youngstown gang member and convicted murder will stand trial Wednesday for murdering another man in Ashtabula.
More roads in Mahoning County will get paved because of the oil and natural gas industry.
Investigators on Tuesday identified the man killed Monday after a fuel storage tank exploded in Pymatuning Township.
A Coitsville man whose home was raided three weeks ago was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges that he downloaded more than 4,000 ch…
Ohio officials are highlighting a new state law requiring schools to train teachers and staff on youth suicide prevention.
Huntington Bank and the United Way are ready to hand out 700 backpacks to students in the Mahoning Valley and Mercer County, Pennsylvania.