A local church is hosting an event this weekend to reach out to those who are struggling with drug addiction.
A robber’s handwriting was so bad that the clerk couldn’t read his note demanding money.
The YSU Relay for Life organization chose a Happy Birthday theme because they want to celebrate a world with more birthdays.
Early Friday morning, a fire started in a neighbor’s garage and quickly spread to Sara Weaver’s home on 7th Street.
Covelli Centre General Manager Eric Ryan announced the agreement Thursday evening.
Congressman Tim Ryan said if President Trump declares the epidemic a Public Health Emergency, it would free up resources to help struggling …
A construction site in Columbiana is perking people up as they drive by.
The social hall at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel was filled as people gathered to honor the nights’ three award winners.
Six people received the opportunity on Thursday to meet with Rep. Mike Kelly at his Sharon District office.
The locations in Austintown and Hubbard made several changes to make their shops and showrooms more “green.”
The township is under state order to install a sewer system.
The Western Reserve Port Authority gave its annual review of the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport.
Organizers said five police officers lost their lives last year in Ohio — and more than 130 were killed across the country.
That, and other crimes reported in Warren over the past week.
Mayor John McNally and YSU President Jim Tressel will be at Saturday’s event, aimed at reducing crime in Youngstown.
Executive Dog Warden Gwen Logan said there were plans to euthanize six dogs at the facility.
Sixty-nine-year-old Dennis Orr had 2,000 tulips planted to celebrate 45 years with his wife.
The store opened Monday, and a grand opening is set for June 8.
Officers said he parked his car in a Warren woman’s backyard, blasted music, lit things on fire, and urinated in front of her child.
The starting bid is $1.2 million.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said more urgency is needed in battling heroin epidemic.
Officers could not have imagined what they would find when they were called to a house in Austintown Wednesday.