The skeletal remains were found near a hotel on Youngstown Road two weeks ago.
YFD responded to East Dewey Avenue just after 9 p.m. Monday, and 13 minutes later were called to Pasadena Ave.
The annual Taste of the Faiths festival was held at St. Charles Church Monday night.
A local woman got the chance to meet one of her favorite baseball players at Progressive Field.
Gov. Kasich appoints Samuel W. Grooms and Allan Metz to the YSU Board of Trustees.
The Beaver Local school district is wrapping up its first year in the new technology driven building.
Construction crews have changed the traffic pattern around state Route 11, and that caused at least a mile-long traffic tie up.
The Niles Youth Soccer League has decided to cancel games this week due to a miscommunication.
An $18 million construction project is right on schedule to open next summer at Akron Children’s Hospital.
A bill that lawmakers say could prevent another Sebring water crisis will be discussed in Columbus Tuesday.
Bernard Barnes appeared Monday afternoon in Youngstown Muncipal Court on a murder charge.
The boys’ relatives or estates and one survivor sued the city and Trumbull County for damages, alleging the road and guardrail weren’t prope…
Mills is accused of inappropriately touching a young female relative.
Nursing Home Week kicks off with local leaders examining the state of facilities in Ohio.
A Cortland man is charged with domestic violence and assault in the incident.
The training focuses on preparedness for a terrorist attack, and several students are expected to take part in it.
Police in Springfield Township are trying to identify a woman who they believe is involved in a theft at a Dollar General store.
Over $100K in drugs were found hidden in a pickup truck in Lucas County.
If you have been out looking for the return of the cicadas, you’ll have to wait a bit longer, according to Mahoning County’s OSU Extension.
Work that was set to begin Monday on the Route 46 Bridge in Canfield over the Ohio Turnpike has not started.
The Gambler’s Last Deal, with special guest Linda Davis, will be the final tour for a career spanning nearly six decades.
Mahoning County is trying something new to get travelers to stop and spend time in the area.