Howland TAG meth bust

Two arrested in meth bust

Two Howland residents were arrested Tuesday on suspicion they made methamphetamine in their home.…
Shooting Military Building

PTSD common after tragic events

As investigators try to piece together why Aaron Alexis opened fire on the Navy Yard in Washington on Monday, published reports said the 34-year-old suffered from mental illness including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. …
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Display showcases antiques

A display of Civil War-era antiques were showcased Tuesday at the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library.…
Girard stadium vandalized

Girard sign to be replaced

Plans are in place to replace Girard High School’s well-known “G” sign at Arrowhead Stadium.…
Stephen Kendall

Ex-cop sex offender charged

A former Boardman police officer who resigned in 2007 after he was convicted of having sex with a 17-year-old girl is now facing charges for impersonating a police officer in Vernon Township.…
PennDOT memorial

Display warns motorists

A very visual reminder is stationed in Mercer County reminding motorists to slow down in construction zones. …
Teen texting

Program targets teen texting

Students at Cardinal Mooney High School learned a lesson that can one day save a life.…
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Dead body found in ditch

Youngstown police are investigating how a woman’s dead body ended up in a ditch.…
Route 11 bridge at I80 jumper

Person talked off bridge

Police shut down a portion of state Route 11 because a man threatened to jump off the bridge over Interstate 80.…
Todd Brundidge

Warren native sees shooter

A Warren native who works for Navy Sea Systems Command headquartered in the same building where a shooter opened fire and killed 12 people witnessed the shootings.…
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RTI enters new agreement

RTI International Metals, Inc. entered into long-term agreements with three companies to directly supply them titanium products.…
Manny-Nites

Officer gets job back

Warren police Sgt. Manny Nites won arbitration Tuesday against the city and is allowed to retain his job after being fired for attending a fantasy football draft party while on duty.…

Navy shooter was in reserves

Aaron Alexis seems a study in contradictions: a former Navy reservist, a Defense Department contractor, a convert to Buddhism who was taking an online course in aeronautics. But he also had flashes of temper that led to run-ins with police over shootings in Fort Worth, Texas, and Seattle.

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Couple jailed for abuse

UPDATE An Ellsworth Township couple charged with abusing their mentally-challenged family member has turned themselves in to police. …
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DOJ visits Warren police

Members of the U.S. Department of Justice are making sure a settlement agreement reached after an investigation found a pattern of excessive force and illegal searches within the Warren Police Department is being followed. …
YSU Brazil students

Brazil students visit YSU

Some MBA students and faculty from the University of Sao Paulo are in the area this week as part of an exchange program with Youngstown State University. …
RV burglaries

RV business burglar sought

Weathersfield police are looking for Wayne Edward Perry of Niles, who is facing eight counts of breaking and entering.…
Kress Building

Kress Building coming down

Despite a number of attempts to find funding and developers to save the once popular five-and-dime department store, the Kress Building is beyond repair. …
Columbiana JFS

Counties prep for SNAP changes

Recipients of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program soon will have to work 20 unpaid hours and satisfy other requirements to receive assistance.…