That, and other crimes reported in Boardman this week.
Rural school districts are feeling the pressure following Governor John Kasich’s budget proposal.
The units in Youngstown are handicap accessible, and preference will be given to low-income veterans.
A Sharon-area lawyer says the Mercer County District Attorney, who is under investigation, should resign.
As students celebrate Black History Month, those in Youngstown could have a course in that subject that runs all year.
Austintown Local Schools said Lenkey was instrumental in creating an incentive program for contracted bus drivers.
Michael Curry is facing charges in Tampa, Florida as well as murder charges in Liberty.
Rep. Bill Johnson said it’s this kind of action that “Americans are tired of.”
Students in many Valley schools will be asking students they may not know very well to eat lunch with them today.
The deputy was called to a home in Geneva about an unwanted man at the house.
The most dangerous states and men are the target of the ad campaign.
Someone called police saying that a man was shot in the leg.
Trump said the new round of orders is “designed to restore safety in America.”
The signs that were once part of downtown Youngstown’s landscaping are now just remnants of the city’s storied past.
The ribbon cutting for the RAMTEC lab comes a year after the school was awarded a $500,000 state grant.
The man who did it said it was an accident, but the boy’s family thinks otherwise.
Officials decided to keep a small lane of the road open to give access to residents of two nearby homes.
Police said the woman had some sort of a mental breakdown and slammed her head against the window.
Officers said it started with a simple traffic stop in Youngstown, and turned into a police chase when the driver sped away.
At the time of the shooting, records show Richard Latimer had an arrest warrant stemming from a domestic violence incident almost 18 hours e…
Local attorneys say it’s possible to seal your record so past crimes don’t follow you around for the rest of your life.
Police are looking for William Peitz, who they said violated his parole by leaving the Youngstown CCA.