A modern-day Klansman says the group doesn’t hate anyone – it just doesn’t like to mix with other cultures.
According to a police report, she didn’t let go of her purse right away, so the suspect threw her to the ground.
She told officers that people gathered in a parking lot on Garden Street were “tussling” when she heard a gunshot.
Friday, the temperatures were in the 70s, but the temperature is expected to rapidly drop by Saturday morning.
Police say the methamphetamine lab was discovered in Andrew Delucia, Jr.’s apartment after a search.
The Bel-Park Professional Building has remained vacant for 10 years, and the city wants to take ownership.
With Bottom Dollar, Sparkle Market in New Middletown, and IGA in Campbell and Girard shutting their doors, Rulli Brothers has found the secr…
When Bella arrived at Animal Charity, she didn’t have any fur, was blind and had a number of infections.
This year’s banquet, in honor of National Philanthropy Day, was the 26th year the event has been held in the Valley.
The results of a TourismOhio report represented a 6 percent increase in tourist activity in Mahoning County since 2013.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally is a participant in the Ohio Mayors Alliance.
The turbine will be used for education services, as well as providing energy to YSU’s Melnick Hall.
In Ohio alone, experts are expecting this Thanksgiving to be the busiest weekend on the roads in the last 11 years.
The Santisi family said the level of sales at the store was not enough to cover operating costs.
The accident happened just before 8 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Kirk Road and Raccoon Road.
A 19-year-old Ohio man has been sentenced to death for fatally shooting a Kent State University student during an off-campus home invasion.
The accident happened on Perkins Jones Road, near Hoagland Blackstub Road.
Firefighters are calling the house on Kincaid East Road, where 71-year-old Milton Grumbling was found dead in 2013, a total loss.
Injectable naltrexone, under the brand name Vivitrol, blocks opioid receptors in the brain so users don’t feel high after taking opioids.
Organizers at First Presbyterian Church of Youngstown start preparing early to make sure everyone has a seat and a hot meal.