If you have the desire to help a child, the Mahoning County Court Appointed Special Advocates program is looking for volunteers.
The store, specializing in office supplies, will close on July 8.
Police said six children, ranging in age from 4 to 18 years old, were living in the home where the drug overdose occurred.
Area pastors and other critics of proposals to put medical marijuana plants in the city think it would lead to more crime and drug abuse.
Professors said there are three provisions in the budget that are making them upset.
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown.
P&S Bakery said the pepperoni products may contain meat casing utilized in food production.
Those with information on the robbery or the man’s identity are asked to call 330-385-1234.
David Hackett is accused of stabbing Collena Carpenter multiple times and dumping her body in a Youngstown field.
Police said the suspect told officers 37 bags containing crack cocaine were for his personal use.
Young will perform the day after John Mellencamp and Carlene Carter.
After reaching an agreement with the Board of Education, Penk will now serve as assistant principal at Fitch High School.
The truck was carrying lithium batteries.
The YMCA of Youngstown is offering lifeguard training classes June 5-16.
What started as a window display for a festival in 2002 has grown into the East Liverpool Police Museum.
Both state title squads returned to Champion High with a police escort Saturday and celebrated inside the football stadium.
To mark the 10th anniversary, the organization held a food drive for Second Harvest. They collected several hundred pounds of donations.
Different cultures from around the world were celebrated today at the YWCA in Youngstown.
Timothy Martin Jr. from Youngstown weighed 435 pounds when he started preparing for the race in September.
Howland Police were called to a home on Weir Road NE late Saturday night for a man who was stabbed in the stomach.
A family in Farmington Township is safe Sunday — but after a fire, their home is not.
The Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Board reports that there were 108 overdoses in April.