Lawyer asks city for silence

The attorney representing Lindsey Hughes has issued a statement on her behalf surrounding the sexual harassment investigation of Youngstown …

Teacher, husband arrested

A Poland school teacher and her husband have been arrested in connection to a purse snatching outside a Boardman business.

Bond set in fraud case

A Girard woman was arraigned Friday in Trumbull County court on grand theft charges surrounding alleged welfare fraud.

Karen weakens as it approaches Gulf Coast

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Tropical Storm Karen was poised to become the first named storm to hit the U.S. during what had been a relatively quiet h…

NAMII holds open house

NAMII now has more than 80 members from businesses all over the world.

Kitchen incubator set to open

Organizers of the Common Wealth Kitchen Incubator completely renovated the space on Youngstown’s lower North Side at the corner of Elm Stree…

Group releases drilling report

Environment Ohio hopes to educate and push residents to ask officials for a statewide moratorium on fracking.

Lawmakers talk about lockdown

Multiple local elected officials were on Capitol Hill during Thursday’s chase and shooting, which led to a lockdown.

Probe begins in harassment

The lawyers said Lyndsey Hughes turned to then-Council President Sammarone, who reportedly told Kitchen to stop what he was doing, but didn’…

Boardman chase damages homes

Police said just before 1 a.m. Thursday, a stolen Dodge Durango driving erratically led them on a high-speed chase from Woodrow Avenue to th…

Helen Youngblood

JFS employee off the job

Helen Youngblood, president of AFSCME Local 2001, is accused of insubordination, as well as sending an email with abusive or threatening lan…

The nation’s weather

Weather Underground midday recap for Thursday, October 03, 2013. A strong cold front boundary moved through the Great Basin and northern Pla…