The fatal crash occurred Sunday at 1 p.m. on State Route 208 in Washington Township, east of Shaw Road.
Police released photos of a man that they say stole cigarettes from the BP gas station on Elm Road NE.
Police received 17 reports in New Middletown Village over the weekend of cars being broken into.
Luis Cruz Ramo’s sentence was added to a 21-year federal sentence.
That, and other crimes reported in Niles over the past week.
Anna Booth of McDonald lost her battle to stage four liver cancer Sunday afternoon.
The seven-digit emergency phone line into the Niles Police Department is now working.
Ann Wilson of the 70s power duo ‘Heart’ will play Packard Music Hall this summer.
Some educators worry that too much time is spent prepping students for technology rather than lessons learned.
Police said the woman wouldn’t answer them when they asked for her name and would only shake her head back and forth.
A Warren Fire lieutenant spoke about dealing with difficult situations on the job.
TNR of Warren treated more than 100 feral and stray cats this weekend.
The Mill Creek Park Trolley kicked off its season Sunday with the first tour of the year.
The plan includes a new ramp, road widening, and a roundabout.
Campbell Fire Department said a candle was left burning on a night stand, which then caught a bed on fire.
The fields will be ready to use in Beaver Local’s varsity home opener against Indian Creek on Monday.
It’s estimated that 65 million people in the world have epilepsy, with 50 percent of those cases resulting in unknown causes.
The play is designed to bring two communities together, the hearing and the deaf.
The rear of the home had the most of the damage.
A meeting at Kent State Trumbull gave people more information about the science of addiction and its legal perspective.
This Tuesday and Thursday, people can discuss their opinions about what the future of Youngstown City Schools should look like.
Christopher Bridge’s death was the first homicide case in Youngstown in 2017.