Three judges plan to step in to fill the vacancy now that Judge Diane Vettori-Caraballo faces criminal charges.
The Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership has big plans for 2018.
Two men were arrested during a drug raid in Youngstown.
Police found two guns, heroin, a digital scale and other paraphernalia.
City Kids Care said socks are the most requested item in shelters around the country, with many homeless people walking miles and miles ever…
One woman said the Christmas lights are irritating but the man who started the display has plans to make it even bigger next year.
The Niles School District has a $340,000 deficit for the upcoming school year and is currently in fiscal caution.
Damage to Puerto Rico’s power grid caused by Hurricane Maria shut down manufacturing plants that make the IVs.
A waterline break flooded basements on Wendover Circle in Youngstown last month and now, homeowners aren’t much better off.
The city of Girard could soon have a permanent fixture honoring their fallen hero Officer Justin Leo.
On some days, throwing salt down on your sidewalk is just a waste of time and money.
The Air Force banned the use of a foam containing potentially deadly chemicals known as PFCs last spring.
The job starts out with a $30,000 salary plus commission and benefits.
A child was thrown through the window of a pickup truck after it crashed into a tree Tuesday morning.
Authorities are still looking for some of the suspects.
That, and other crime reported in Youngstown over the past week.
Boardman police arrested two men that they say tried to break into a car on Mill Creek Boulevard.
Tuesday, the Supreme Court of Ohio disqualified her as a judge while her case is pending.
Police said the victim had a recording in which Burrus can be heard saying, “That’s only the beginning. Wait until you’re sleeping.”
The Red Cross has a Blood Donor app in which you can find blood drives and donation centers near you.
A witness told police that Phillips told another man, “I’m from New York. I’ll pop pop you.”
Employees were evacuated from the American Standard factory early Tuesday after a fire broke out on the second floor.