Cars today — with their 21st-century digital features — look very different than they did 20 to 30 years ago.
Commissioners said Trumbull County did not involve them in the decision to replace the commander of the Trumbull-Ashtabula Group.
For the first time, candles were lit at the Holocaust memorial by descendants of survivors, not the survivors themselves.
Jeremy Britton, 17, scaled the JJC fence last Wednesday, leading police on a manhunt that lasted over 24 hours.
Police said the investigation is ongoing and additional arrests may be made.
Owner Johnny Naples said the decision to permanently close the Golden Dawn or reopen it will be “a family decision.”
Republicans in Ohio’s House of Representatives want to grant an additional $170 million to fight the state’s opioid crisis.
The bank, which was founded in 1864 in Greenville, now has over $30 billion in assets.
Court records filed Tuesday detail evidence that police say they found in Clemen’s home in Liberty Township.
A new study by the state of Ohio found poverty in the Youngstown area increased from 24 percent to almost 40 percent.
An internal investigation determined that a Youngstown police officer who shot and killed a dog did so in self-defense.
Some chemicals are more dangerous than others when it comes to pets and lawns.
Tyler Wisser was known as a stoner — now he takes his message of hope everywhere he goes
On Monday, Sean McKinney issued a release stating he’s running for Youngstown Mayor in November.
Joseph Nohra was COO in Youngstown for just three months.
The children’s father told police the woman has a heroin problem.
It’s a different side of the courtroom where everyone is all smiles.
The coroner’s office said it took almost a year to hire late Deputy Coroner Dr. Joseph Ohr, who passed away over the weekend.
Employees have said that the Golden Dawn planned to close permanently on Saturday, but the owner is disputing those claims.
Firefighters said the Red Cross was called to help the family that lived in the home.
Barborak was disbarred late last year after the court found she misused more than $150,000 of her clients’ money.
Prosecutors have said the Niles man broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home where he beat and raped her repeatedly.