Prosecutors say the friars assigned or supervised Brother Stephen Baker, who was accused of molesting students in Warren.
The victim told police that she was walking home when she was confronted by four women who began “trash talking” her.
Tyler Heintz died after a Tuesday workout.
Race Director Courtney Poullas said the numbers aren’t definite but the event raised upwards of six figures.
The summer travel season is in full swing but your time away will be stress-free with a little planning and prevention.
There’s a job fair Wednesday for anyone looking for general or skilled labor opportunities in the Mahoning Valley.
Dozens of Chaldean Catholic immigrants were arrested during ICE raids in Detroit over the weekend and are now being held in Youngstown.
A rule that’s been in the books in Columbiana since the ’70s could prohibit Columbiana residents from having gardens in their front yards.
The suspect, who police said wrote a fake check for nearly $73,000, was arrested in North Carolina.
The Idora Park Experience Museum brought three of the rides from its display to the farmers market Tuesday evening.
The play is the brainchild of 20-year-old Emelia Sherin, who said she’s personified heroin as a vixen and temptress.
A portion of Route 170 collapsed after water shot about 10 feet into the air earlier on Tuesday.
Investigators said the 65-year-old was cutting grass along the pond’s edge and his riding lawn mower fell in.
Police in Coitsville will soon bring a suspect to Ohio from Pennsylvania after they say he threatened to kill them.
YSU Police Chief Shawn Varso said the officer is still working but is limited to foot and bike patrol.
The manager at Speedco went to the bank teller, who said the money felt funny in her hand so she checked it — and it was fake.
A viewer reached out to WKBN to find out what is happening with the project, and WKBN did some digging to find out.
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown.
The Poland Board of Education voted Monday to hire two new principals.
A trip to the pool can be refreshing on a hot summer day, but water-borne illnesses could be lurking.
Boardman police said Dedon and McQuiston had children with them and appeared to be under the influence of drugs.
The worker spotted the bear around 9 a.m. Tuesday running between houses on Lee Run Road, near Ridgeview Lane.