Davis’s attorney questioned jury pooling procedures that would reduce the number of African Americans on the panel.
A massive, week-long manhunt for a suspect in a string of violent crimes has ended in a police chase and shootout.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says now is the worst time of year for vehicle versus deer accidents.
Delinquent accounts will be published in local newspapers.
Some community members don’t want to see two properties in the North Hill Historic District torn down.
St. Clair Township took his two horses Saturday morning. They are now in the care of an Angels for Animals co-owner.
Before you say trick-or-treat or put on your costume, there are some things you might want to keep in mind to stay safe.
Those in attendance heard words from Chairman David Betras, as well as some of the candidates running this fall.
It will be conducted on Market Street at Hillman in Boardman from 10 p.m.-2 a.m.
At halftime of YSU’s game vs. Indiana State, Kyle Moore was named Homecoming King, while Rachel Davis won Homecoming Queen.
The Austintown track/casino hosted races of only Ohio-bred horses for its kickoff event.
More than 30 people gathered, holding pro-Trump signs and waving American Flags.
According to a police report, four people got into an altercation Saturday afternoon during United Football Youth League games.
The weekends are part of the farm’s Fall Festival, and since the weather is getting colder, it’s the last weekend for these outdoor celebrat…
Complete coverage of the High School Football Game of the Week between Howland and Warren Harding at Mollenkopf Stadium in Warren.
The Gasser Chair Company wants to spend $920,000 and create 25 new jobs by expanding its warehouse.
The 30th annual Magic of the Angels’ Christmas will take place Saturday, Nov. 19 at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman.
The space would be for thousands of Haitian refugees that are expected to cross the border illegally in the coming months.
When she came home, she saw one of the men standing in the living room with a ski mask on his face, trying to pick up her TV.
Reporter Cameron O’Brien got a call from the bank, asking about five charges to her company credit card that she had never made.