Police said a 37-year-old man was fatally injured while he was operating a piece of saw mill equipment.
An Instagram account called “Youngstown Clowns” has a list of schools it says the clowns will go to.
The company plans on turning more than 100 acres of woodlands by Eastwood Field into a mixed use development.
Parents of the girl, later cleared of rape charges, sued the department and city for $5 million in 2013.
An 11-year-old girl called 911 after a family friend was unable to revive her mother.
The victim told police that the man stole a taser and pepper spray from his wife’s unlocked car on Elm Road.
Police said the suspect was sitting on the tailgate of his pickup truck in his underwear when officers arrived.
Police said Shields had 29 grams of cocaine in seven individually-packaged bags.
Police said the charges stem from an investigation into shots fired at a Warren home on Thursday.
Police said they found a “large amount” of narcotics in the car.
Hill was convicted in the attack, rape and murder of 12-year-old Raymond Fife in 1986.
Shepherd of the Valley – Howland and Brentwood Originals are hiring for available positions.
Tim Ryan announced Monday that $7.2 million had been allocated to Ohio police departments to hire 59 new police officers.
Prosecutors say Telego’s then-three-month-old son suffered serious head injuries in January and may have been disabled.
Liberty Schools is one of three school districts in the state recognized as a National Fitness Champion.
A meeting to discuss the tax abatement will include Youngstown’s mayor, City Schools CEO and developer Dominic Marchionda.
Route 376 in Mercer County has reopened after a tractor-trailer accident blocked traffic for several hours.
Getting around the Youngstown State University campus is going to be a challenge beginning Monday.
On Wednesday, Youngstown City Council will consider allowing the fire department to charge for certain services.
Over 500 guests made up the sold-out crowd, enjoying food and entertainment from vendors across the Valley.
Seventy-one groups were involved — some holding signs remembering loved ones, others simply asking for no more violence.
Janine DiPaola’s house was built by volunteers for Habitat for Humanity of Mahoning Valley.