A Trumbull County grand jury indicted the following cases on September 20, 2017.
The Western Reserve Port Authority heard from a consultant about what they should do next with the airport.
Officers were busy this summer, responding to more overdoses and gun-related calls than in the previous year.
Some people in the Valley are preparing for the worst as they wait for news from friends and family living in Puerto Rico.
Quest Wellness Ohio LLC said in its application that it would donate at least 10 percent of its produce to the Second Harvest Food Bank.
Police said Ritter advertised a “full girlfriend experience” online.
Shaiquon Marquel Sharpe is in the Mahoning County Jail on unrelated weapons charges.
Organizers said part of the money goes toward buying equipment like walkers and wheelchairs.
A man told police he believed they were trying to kill him as he is the victim in a case involving one of the suspects.
Blasco was arrested Monday and the house on Kenilworth Avenue was boarded up.
As fall approaches, we are heading into another peak pollen season.
The automaker announced that it is buying wind energy from wind farms in Ohio
Over the next ten years following Black Monday, many of the steel-related jobs were gone. But not all of them.
Results have been released from a sobriety checkpoint and saturation patrol Friday night in St. Clair Township.
The Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership on Tuesday released its Community Food Security Strategic Plan
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources awarded Niles a $67,000 grant to renovate the pool last year.
Frank Marr said the machine shop looks the same as it did 40 years ago when Sheet and Tube announced the Campbell Works was closing.
Wesley Triplett was sent to prison in August on a child endangering conviction. He was sentenced Tuesday for violating his parole.
Jay Dana will spend six more months in jail after admitting to violating his parole.
Warren police are asking for help identifying a woman caught on camera acting strangely inside Hair Depot Plus.
Eliminating the marriage penalty would affect an estimated 2.5 million Ohioans, and cost the state around $500 million dollars
Officers said the rear door windows to the cars had been smashed.