That, and other crimes reported in Warren over the past week.
The city of Youngstown is about to get a facelift and you’ll see those changes as soon as the end of July.
Todd Werth, who has lived in the township for 19 years, will take over when the current chief retires next year.
There were long backups, crowded detours, drivers in hot cars, and those that were wondering what was going on.
The room now has new couches, TVs, computers, homework stations for a more relaxed atmosphere for the teens to gather.
A 14-year-old was arrested after police say he led them on a chase through a Warren neighborhood and then caused a crash.
An issue with a fiber connection caused some Time Warner/Spectrum customers to be unable to call 911.
Wilson was driving his pick-up truck when he slammed into Judy Dailey as she was walking near JCPenney.
Joseph Nohra was superintendent until January when he took a job with Youngstown City Schools.
Investigators said the man arrested during the raid is “a known drug dealer selling crystal meth,” though he hasn’t been charged.
Highway Patrol said a semi truck ran into the back of another semi truck, causing the chain-reaction crash.
Walgreens Boots Alliance will pay Rite Aid Corp. a $325 million termination fee.
The ban applies to everyone on campus, including visitors and contractors.
Summer break is typically a time for students to kick back and relax, but for one group of students from Warren it’s a time to network and l…
Police in Lake Milton searched all night for a man that was reported missing by the woman he was kayaking with.
The 65-year-old said he didn’t see a problem with telling the 15-year-old he was cute and asking the boy if he was gay, police said.
The YSU racquetball club president is not happy about it and he’s started a petition to save the courts.
“The ability to buy fireworks here in Ohio and then not be able to set them off, it doesn’t make sense,” one customer said.
Overall, it was a good evaluation for Mill Creek MetroParks Executive Director Aaron Young but there is one area commissioners said he needs…
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown.
That, and other crimes reported in Youngstown.
Teens from schools in Cortland, Howland, Boardman and Youngstown were chosen for the board.