Boardman Police arrested a man who they said drove through a church’s yard and requested to see “Trump” when stopped.
Investigators used surveillance video to identify the man after windows were shot out at three buildings in downtown Youngstown.
The district has plans to offer an app for parents that will allow them to track the location of their child’s bus.
Two groups gathered Friday complaining about possible relaxed methane standards.
Counselor assistants are now armed with new skills in the battle against addiction.
Mark King has several properties in Youngstown, but owes half a million dollars in property taxes.
The Youngstown-area Jewish Federation issued a statement Friday against President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
A report says the 14-year-old suspect was struck with a taser when he reached for his pocket, where he had a knife.
The school’s assistant principal said the boy was showing bullets to other kids, and a gun was found in his bag.
Friday was “Give Kids a Smile Day,” and to celebrate, volunteers gave free dental care to local kids in need.
Police said Dennison struck three people with his cane at the Wylle E. Coyote bar in Austintown.
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The delivery driver said he pulled up to the house and encountered a man standing in the driveway with a gun.
An officer had to break out the window of the car and use his taser to get the woman to come out.
Kuzman’s polka lounge may not reopen following its owners’ deaths.
Michael Devontae Curry, 21, is still on the loose and considered armed and dangerous.
The e-cigarette pipes and liquids are already taxed at 17 percent.
The pedestrian was cited for being in the road illegally.
Neighbors said the victim was shot and collapsed in the middle of the street.
Police said the man told them, “If I see you out on the streets, it’s on.”
In October, John Dellick pleaded guilty to being a “felon in possession of a firearm.”