Teen hit, killed while fishin

Boy killed in crash saved child

The family and friends of a 15-year-old Dayton boy killed in Mercer County by a suspected drunk driver say he pushed a 6-year-old out of the…

Trumbull EMA groundbreaking

Work begins at EMA site

Trumbull County officials broke ground Wednesday morning at the site of a $2.4 million Emergency Management Agency building.


Vets angered at VA pace

Sen. Sherrod Brown said Wednesday the Veteran's Administration has a backlog of about 490,000 claims.

Donley Road

Road in need of repair

People who travel a road in northern Trumbull County said it’s in deplorable condition and is in desperate need of repair.


Last year for Canfield Fair montage pics

A montage of candid pictures of Canfield Fair goers from last year will go on sale, and new pictures are set to be taken for this year's eve…

Ohio State Highway Patrol training

Patrol trains at vacant building

OSHP’s special response team trained by going through some drills at the Davis and Becker Funeral Home on Market Street.

Himrod Ave. accident

Semi and SUV collide

An accident on Youngstown's East Side caused a car to flip onto its roof.

Shale meeting

Educators attend forum

Local educators on Wednesday attended the training students for the Jobs of Today and Tomorrow forum.


Area oncologist charged

A Columbiana County oncologist is one of several northeast Ohio doctors who were charged with illegally importing drugs whose labels are out…


YSU football player arrested

A senior Youngstown State University defensive back was taken to two Trumbull County courts on Wednesday for failing to show up for two cour…


Bank robber charged

State police charged a Eastbrook man Wednesday with robbing a Lawrence County bank on Monday.


Duck killer sentenced

The Leetonia man who drove over two pet ducks in the Columbiana McDonald's parking lot April 30 was sentenced to community service and proba…


Shale forum targets students

Future workers who may choose the oil and gas industry are scheduled to attend on Wednesday a “Training Students for the Jobs of Today and T…