A man was lucky to walk away from the scene in Pulaski Township just over the state line off Highway 422.
Traffic was condensed to one lane for about three hours but is now open.
The ash from the fire was landing on another vacant house to the north.
Prosecutors alleged Yavorcik agreed to drop an investigation into McNally and Sciortino if he became the county prosecutor.
On Friday, Sen. Sherrod Brown said he is introducing legislation to prevent the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation’s cuts.
Churches and organizations across the Valley recognized Good Friday with demonstrations, readings and plays.
Paul Kosling hopes that his childhood home can be saved in the midst of a deal with a developer who plans to raze it.
Sgt. Gary Riggins was first hired by the Warren Police Department in 1989.
Twenty-three people were indicted on firearms charges by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio last year.
Of the 381 metropolitan areas in the U.S., the Youngstown area ranks eighth in most population lost since 2010.
A program held in Youngstown Friday hopes to reduce the number of police officer deaths nationwide to below 100.
Local doctors spoke about suicide prevention and ways to plan during crisis, hoping students will become more aware of mental health concern…
Irby appeared in court Friday for arraignment on the felony drug possession charges that she is facing.
Steve Badurik said his shop has to smoke several hundred pounds per day to keep up with demand.
Firefighters put it out, and started working on the fire which started everything.
Police arrested Matos and took him to the Mahoning County Jail. He is facing a charge of robbery.
On Friday, City Council held a meeting to approve emergency funds for the repairs of the road.
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A fire broke out in the back of the building, but firefighters aren’t sure yet what caused it.
Nearly 700 people enjoyed a buffet style meal from Sandy’s Deli, followed by music and singing.