A Trumbull County grand jury indicted the following cases on August 29, 2017.
The man was convicted of drug trafficking and other offenses in 2015.
FirstLight Home Care owners — father and son, Mike and Michael Senchak — were named “Entrepreneurs of the Year.”
Fifteen crashes were reported over Labor Day weekend in 2016, and four were OVI-related.
Bidelman was found Thursday morning.
The driver hit a guardrail near Route 82
The Youngstown Fire Department confirmed that the fire is an arson case.
In the coming months, you should pay particular attention to cars that were titled in Texas or Louisiana.
An X-ray found that its wing was broken in six places and beyond repair.
Universal Development is looking for people to fill several open positions by holding a job fair on Thursday.
There are ways you can get involved to help animal victims of Hurricane Harvey, too.
The “Mondays With Mohip” Facebook Lives allow the CEO to reach every corner of the city and make sure no question goes unanswered.
That, and other crime reported in Boardman.
The volunteers became concerned earlier in the year when they saw students walking in the street to get to school.
Police said Arthur Harper was babysitting his girlfriend’s 3-year-old son last November when the boy suffered head trauma.
Justin Moore will bring his Hell on a Highway Tour to Youngstown.
The table in front of a new food stand is dominated by the everything elephant ear — a $20 treat that easily feeds four.
Worthy was arrested Wednesday after police say he admitted to the rape.
Employees said Cooper put his bare buttocks on a window because he was mad they wouldn’t let him in the store early.
The 171st Canfield Fair kicked off on Wednesday.
Niles police arrested two people after a vandalism spree Tuesday night.
Police said the man photo broke into the Splash and Shine Car Wash on N. Main Street using a crowbar.