Someone called Trumbull County dispatch around 8:05 p.m. saying they heard 20 gunshots and saw a car drive south on Laird Avenue.
The Piggyback Foundation of Youngstown provides for kids and families that have a seriously ill family member.
The Kargakos’ say there’s a lot to be happy about — but a stark reality needs to be remembered, too.
The incident happened outside Southern Tavern early Saturday morning. Security footage led police to arrest Terrance McKinney.
At one point recently, Niles PD had only 27 policemen. But they’re now up to 34 officers — and will soon have 35.
Austintown schools hosted their 6th annual Veteran’s Concert and Chili Cook-Off Sunday afternoon.
For many people, the holiday season is a time when families come together, making it the perfect opportunity to talk about your family’s fin…
That, and other crime reported in Canfield.
Jason Grimaldi’s family and friends raised money for his foundation Saturday night.
It happened at a home on the south side of Youngstown. Both were taken to the hospital.
A flag football tournament was held Saturday at YSU’s Watts Center to raise money for the family of Girard’s fallen officer.
An official says the Warren man, 56, drove his car off the road, hit a building and a couple signs and overturned into the creek.
Veterans gathered at the Mahoning County Courthouse Saturday morning for Veterans Day.
YSU improves to 5-5 overall and 3-4 in the MVFC.
Allen Smith, 81, has taken part in every parade since he started with the Trumbull Co. Sheriff’s Mounted Patrol Unit in 1970.
Pioneer Trails Tree Farm is one of several tree farms across Ohio that cuts Christmas trees and sends them to soldiers in the Middle East.
Katelyn Bowden, a victim of revenge porn, has launched the group Babes Against Demeaning and Abusive Selfie Sharing.
Customers at Kraynak’s got quite a surprise earlier today when a van drove straight through a wall at Kraynak’s.
YSUscape, an association that aims to revitalize and beautify the city, has just finished its latest project.
It’s the American Cancer Society’s way of getting people to stop smoking by using this date to quit or at least starting a plan to quit.
Anyone with information is asked to call (330) 270-5108 or send a private message to the Austintown Police District Facebook page.
Records dating all the way back to 1800s may be broken to start the weekend.