It’s been two years since officials said someone set fire to Bill and Judy Schmidt’s Youngstown home, killing them and their granddaughter, …
“I was shakin’ so bad, I didn’t know what to do. He had me check the safe,” the 911 caller said.
Both are expected to create a combined 40 new jobs in the city over the next three years.
“You never quit. You never give up on anything, no matter how hard it is. The harder something is, the more beneficial it is going to be to …
Nasser Hamad appeared for another pre-trial, but this time signed a waiver, pushing his trial date back another 180 days.
Tenney remains in jail, and he’s due back in court next month.
The city of Youngstown is a step closer to developing that long-awaited outdoor amphitheater downtown.
The murders of Bill and Judy Schmidt and their granddaughter Corinne Gump are still being felt in the deaf community.
The county’s EMA is holding a certification program to train citizens in disaster response and search and rescue.
That, and other crimes reported in Warren over the past week.
Mahoning County Commissioners appointed Steve Szekely to chief of the unit.
A woman charged in the 2014 death of an infant pleaded guilty Thursday to manslaughter.
Judy Dailey was walking in the parking lot near JCPenney when she was hit by a truck.
A Mahoning County grand jury indicted the following cases on March 30, 2017.
Plans were in the works to turn the building into an embarkation/debarkation facility for the military.
The man could get more money in damages, even after his ex-wife took down the defamatory posts.
Police said the boy had bruises and cuts on his body and was having difficulty moving his arm.
Shawn Johnson is accused of killing 41-year-old John Kellar in December and kidnapping 2 women.
Barborak was disbarred late last year after the court found she misused more than $150,000 of her clients’ money.
A mail carrier from Leetonia is accused of receiving compensation benefits that he was not entitled to receive.
Detectives in Warren are trying to figure out what caused a two-year-old boy to pass out.
Youngstown Police stopped Rogelio Mendoza on Tuesday for a traffic violation.