Police said the man, who lives on Iowa Street, fired a weapon through the walls of his home into a neighbor’s house.
The owner said Boardman police arrested two young men who threw bricks through the window and stole phones.
The alleged victim told police he and his girlfriend were held against their will at a Douglas Street home on July 12.
The duck pond at Waterworth Memorial Park, which was filled with algae blooms last month, is looking much better.
The auditor’s office spent the last two years checking how the state health department monitors more than 700 nursing homes in Pennsylvania.
The president of All Star Driving School says he hopes it forms a better relationship between law enforcement and the public.
Public meetings will start in mid-August to bring people from Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties together in a safe place.
It was in line at the drive thru on Fifth Avenue when the incident happened around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The Youngstown School Board voted to go forward with the lawsuit against the state of Ohio regarding House Bill 70.
Safety officials said Thomas Ross, of New Waterford, initially refused to surrender and was “acting erratically, claiming to have a bomb.”
ECOT is still refusing to release records to the Ohio Department of Education for an attendance audit.
One of the drivers who crashed was distracted while watching crews clean up another accident scene.
The EPA recommends limiting bluegill caught in Mosquito Creek to one meal per week due to PCBs and lead.
Over the past 10 years, more than 100 companies in Salem have gotten their start with SBA loans.
Cooks from local schools learned how to make healthy food appealing and inexpensive.
Youngstown will pave a much needed part of South Avenue from Midlothian Boulevard north to Williamson Avenue.
Several K-9 units gathered at a field off Gibson Street in Youngstown for some continued education.
The moderate drought doesn’t have winemakers worried just yet, because grapes don’t like to have their feet too wet.
The car was found burning in a driveway on Robinwood Avenue.
Youngstown Schools CEO Krish Mohip says the visit is an opportunity to show off the district and tell the candidates what he wants to accomp…