Police say Jermaine Tubbs, 26, turned himself to the Mahoning County Sheriff’s office around 9 a.m. Monday.
The service, called Informed Delivery, is set to kick-off nationwide this upcoming Friday.
Brian Kessler, who lives in L.A., says large grows can dominate the market and create many jobs.
A man was hit by a car Sunday afternoon in Weathersfield Township, then the driver sped away onto Route 422.
In June, The Cake Boutique competed on Food Network’s Cake Wars.
The Sharon churches re-enacted the historic scene of when Jesus Christ entered Jerusalem.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally told the students that now is the time to start thinking about college, don’t just wait until senior year.
A reunion will be held at the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor for the people who once worked at Ohio Works.
Residents living along a section of West Liberty Street in Hubbard are currently under a boil alert.
According to Youngstown police, a woman was found dead at a home on Mahoning Avenue.
The chief of police is asking residents and businesses in Hermitage, Clark and Wheatland to watch out for fake $100 and $50 bills.
Eastern Gateway Community College held a fundraiser Saturday evening for its forthcoming athletic program.
Hundreds of animals were vaccinated at Angels for Animals on Saturday.
The Pirates joined in on the action Saturday to celebrate the re-opening of Edward A. Decarbo Field at Dean Park.
Gage received a 2017 Barnes & Noble “My Favorite Teacher” award Saturday. Student Gabriella McLaughlin, 16, wrote an essay about Gage for th…
A breakfast was held for all who came and children got the chance to meet the Easter Bunny.
The chapel in the Austintown park is temporarily closed to repair the damage.
Local financial professional Ryan Nisbett with Cottonwood Associates has some ways to spring clean your financial house.
The goal of the event is for neighbors in the community to come together for a day of fun.
The idea behind Saturday’s event is to raise awareness about community resources available in the Valley for moms-to-be.
Several families had to be evacuated from an apartment building after it caught fire late Saturday night.
According to an indictment, the group obtained about $496,000 using the identities of approximately 90 victims.