Warren welcomes 2 new officers

Some of the money to pay for the new officers will come from a $250,000 COPS grant the city received.


OVI Task Force gets more funds

Mahoning County OVI Task Force Chief Scott Weamer said the agency received $223,502, which is approximately $70,000 more than the previous t…

Austintown bus driver fined

Troopers had received a complaint from a parent that students were not sitting properly on the bus.

Paul Brown murder trial

Judge asked to review dismissal

Mahoning County prosecutors are asking a judge to reconsider her decision to dismiss a local murder case.

City worker charged in case

A longtime Youngstown employee is off the job and in the Mahoning County Jail, accused of trying to hinder a local murder investigation.

Road reopens after crash

Police said Federal Street from Vienna Avenue to Dragon Drive will be closed until after the football game between Niles and Canfield begins…

Bicyclist hit by car

Cyclist hit by car dies

A Niles man who was hit by a car while riding his bicycle has died from his injuries.

Kids give back

No matter how young or old you are there is always something you can do to help your community. That was the message for students who took p…

Lawyer asks city for silence

The attorney representing Lindsey Hughes has issued a statement on her behalf surrounding the sexual harassment investigation of Youngstown …

Teacher, husband arrested

A Poland school teacher and her husband have been arrested in connection to a purse snatching outside a Boardman business.

Bond set in fraud case

A Girard woman was arraigned Friday in Trumbull County court on grand theft charges surrounding alleged welfare fraud.

NAMII holds open house

NAMII now has more than 80 members from businesses all over the world.

Kitchen incubator set to open

Organizers of the Common Wealth Kitchen Incubator completely renovated the space on Youngstown’s lower North Side at the corner of Elm Stree…

Group releases drilling report

Environment Ohio hopes to educate and push residents to ask officials for a statewide moratorium on fracking.

Lawmakers talk about lockdown

Multiple local elected officials were on Capitol Hill during Thursday’s chase and shooting, which led to a lockdown.