April 28, 2016, marks the 50th anniversary of when the first car came off the assembly line at General Motors Lordstown.
It was a Chevy Impala sports sedan.
Prosecutors said Tamara Julious and co-defendant Albert Barnette hit the children and locked them in the room without food, water or a bathr…
The milk is being supplied by the Fill a Glass of Hope program, the first statewide charitable fresh milk program.
Firefighters said it is unknown just how much oil has spilled, although it appears to be extensive
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, expired, unused and unwanted prescription medications are being collected at various locations.
The company runs a steel plant in Warren and 14 other locations in the U.S.
Patrolman Robert Curtis said he was on Jackson Street Wednesday morning responding to a call, when shots were fired at him and another offic…
Regal Cinema is joining other theaters around the country in showing Prince’s hit movie.
Neighbors called police after they say the child wandering the street alone.
A firefighter was also injured while fighting the fire
Youngstown residents who attended the town hall meeting Wednesday heard how the city works and had questions answered.
The Trumbull Animal Cruelty Task Force said when they received Jade, her nose had rotted off her face due to lack of care.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has been called to investigate the tremors.
The Youngstown Academic Distress Commission is asking for the public’s input in selecting a CEO for the school district.
On Tuesday, a dog was hit by a car in Columbiana after running loose from a dog day care center.
“Kritti’s Closet” aims to provide students in need with free clothes, hygiene items and food.
The former director of State Senator Capri Cafaro’s district office has been indicted by a Trumbull County grand jury
The Warren City Schools teacher was placed on home assignment last year after she was charged with drug possession in Summit County.
Police said the suspect became irate and threw a chair at an officer, who was checking on his welfare.