Police said a truck brought down electric wires, causing over 4,200 homes to be without power Tuesday evening.
A frantic mother called 911 after finding her 8-month-old had stopped breathing.
Police said the woman made off with money from Home Savings & Loan after telling a clerk she had a bomb strapped to her.
The two technology programs are particularly popular and growing at the Warren campus.
Appointments for weekday afternoons can be scheduled by calling 1-866-747-1041.
Boardman School District is in the spotlight for educating students on drug prevention through its “Brain Power” program.
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown.
Beekeeper Bob Chmelik said the worst thing you can do with a swarm of bees is try to kill them with pesticides.
Hermitage Police Chief Eric Jewell confirmed that police were called to assist in serving a federal warrant.
The Second Harvest Food Bank said additional funding for the Agricultural Clearance Program would help feed more people.
Police have identified a body found inside a vehicle behind Starbucks on Route 224.
The contest was held Monday night at Kent Trumbull campus.
Emergency crews worked Tuesday to contain a fire at Eddie Kane Steel Products in Masury.
The woman’s body was found by a person walking their dog.
Hospital staff said the 4-month-old wasn’t properly secured in his car seat.
The Himrod Expressway Bridge not only spans the Mahoning River but also multiple sets of railroad tracks, which caused at least part of the …
Trumbull Business College announced Monday it’s closing after 45 years at the end of the month.
If your kids were the first line of response in an emergency, would they know what to do?
The 14-year old boy is accused of shooting a woman in the face during a robbery attempt in Youngstown.
Officers conducted alcohol compliance checks at nine Youngstown-area businesses on Friday using underage informants.
The CDC study shows that Youngstown has higher instances of high blood pressure, cholesterol and even tooth loss.
Thomas Frost worked for USPS and served as chairman of the mail carriers’ finance committee, in which he oversaw a $15 million budget.