A local bride-to-be has seven dresses trapped inside the Boardman store and her wedding is in two weeks.
Thirteen Youngstown-area barbershops are helping kids with their reading skills over the summer break.
Yurich claims he thought he struck a rock and didn’t realize it was a boat until later.
The building has been under construction for nine months.
The vehicle will be used for various situations, including major fires, homicides, shootings and large events such as WaterFire.
Police are trying to identify two women from security video who are accused of stuffing hair extensions in a purse.
A resident who has a motorized wheelchair says the overgrown bushes have almost pushed her off the sidewalk, into the road.
In all, over 400 pounds of marijuana were seized with a street value of more than $1 million.
The inmates accused of beating Arteum Brodeur will be arraigned on Tuesday.
Sean King is charged with possession of heroin, possession of cocaine and aggravated possession of fentanyl.
Sections of Route 11 and I-76/I-680 will be going through a pavement repair project, resulting in lane restrictions.
Earlier this year, one of the suspects pleaded guilty to burning down the Red Dragon stand inside a Niles stadium.
A total of $355,850 in grants was awarded by the Western Reserve Health and Trumbull Memorial Health foundations.
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown.
The two were arrested Thursday on charges related to an incident last month at a home where they were living.
Investigators believe Jay Dana, who now lives in Florida, was away from his electronic monitoring device at least three times.
Niles City Council passed the first reading of a 5-year financial plan. If it works, the city will be out of its fiscal emergency.
Arteum Brodeur is accused of stabbing 31-year-old Michael Krevas, who died of his injuries.
Since 1970, there has been at least one hazing-related death on a college campus each year.
Yellow Brick Place in Canfield is celebrating the lives of two of its late members with community events.
The incident happened around 2 a.m. on Mistletoe Avenue, on Youngstown’s south side.
Police said the reported victims in a home invasion on Euclid Boulevard gave conflicting statements to investigators.