The Rebel flag was retired Saturday in downtown Youngstown by Civil War re-enactors.
Volunteers spenT the morning making sure Youngstown makes a good first impression.
The Campbell Police Department arrested two individuals for drugs following a routine traffic stop Friday night.
Homeowner Roger Lagowski sued the construction company after someone drove off with the unattended bulldozer.
Many residents are concerned about the long term future of the park.
New Castle police said their K-9 unit, Champ, found nearly $16,000 in cash hidden in heating vents and the freezer.
Earlier this year, the business purchased a building in the Shenango Industrial Park, which it uses as a factory site for making its product…
Residents are not sure where the fishing line is coming from, but are afraid the prank will hurt someone.
The victim told investigators the suspects tied him up in the basement using a phone cord they pulled out of the wall.
Watch a press conference with Mill Creek Park Executive Director Aaron Young here.
Officers were called to Elmo’s Tire, 3688 Loveland Road, just before 7 a.m. Thursday after the burglar alarm went off.
it could not be torn down until the Ohio EPA gave the OK.
The Eastwood Mall Complex has scheduled a news conference for next Wednesday, for a “Major Sports Franchise Announcement.”
The seats have been made available because the stage configuration has opened up additional seating.
Police said Bell was celebrating her birthday Aug. 2, 2013, at Perkins Park when she accidentally shot McKayla Hopkins, 18, in the torso.
There will also be local saturation patrols throughout Mahoning County during the weekend.
According to the release, Giant Eagle will sell them at 90 northern Ohio locations in 13 counties.
Authorities say in each case, cars were not locked by their owners.
Mosquitoes in five local health districts have tested positive for West Nile virus.
Normally, Forever Safe Farm is a quiet place for rescued animals.