Vincent S. Flask took the oath of office Tuesday afternoon.
Deputies said Austin Rowe was arrested at a home in Campbell, while Christian Little was found at a house on Youngstown’s north side.
The kids kept their animals cool by giving them enough cold water and tying window fans to the rafters.
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A judge ordered a three-week mental evaluation of the man accused of the gruesome 2014 murder of a 16-year-old girl.
Ducks, chickens, roosters and turkeys are in the poultry barn once again at the Trumbull County Fair.
Youngstown native Dave O’Neil has been working 18-hour days to prepare for the RNC.
Youngstown police officers will also be patrolling the city in an effort to deter and intercept impaired drivers.
A Youngstown man was charged with drug trafficking after inventory that was conducted of a rental car he was driving.
The group held a prayer vigil and rally near the site, in the hopes of getting answers as to activities on the site.
Smoke could be seen for miles from where the fire began, at Struthers Road near Arrel Road.
The $1.5 million project includes new classrooms, equipment and programming at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport.
Aubrey Toney was re-sentenced for the shooting death of Thomas Repchic and the wounding of his wife Jacqueline.
Jones was convicted of felonious assault in the 2011 shooting that killed Jamail Johnson near a fraternity house at YSU.
Police in New Castle say two men posing as pizza delivery drivers attacked a man inside his own home.
During sentencing, the judge told Shiley that he has “nothing but disrespect” for her.
There are programs that can help college-bound high school students get a head start, but they come with a price tag.
A minor traffic accident, in the middle of a construction zone, slowed traffic along I-80 in Weathersfield Twp.
A motorcycle and small bus collided Tuesday morning in Trumbull County.
Not a single small SUV out of 21 tested earned a good rating from the National Institute for Highway Safety.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, about 32,000 people are killed each year in crashes.
As with last week’s meeting, participants answered a questionnaire and broke into groups to discuss what they want to see from the schools.