Amber Finney will spend less than 30 days in jail but is not permitted to have animals during her probation.
The four apartments, near E. Auburndale and E. Lucius avenues, are for clients of the ministry’s outreach programs.
Clark is charged with drug trafficking in the vicinity of a school.
One local company is helping students learn the importance of science and eating healthy.
Police thanked the community for helping to identify the man, who was found wandering the streets Wednesday night.
The victim’s mother is spearheading an effort to get more information about her son’s death.
Warren City Council is asking for a state of emergency declaration to help battle the opioid crisis.
Three more Mahoning County communities have put their finances online.
Studies show that 40 percent of teens have sent or received a sexual text message.
Police reported finding a coffee can containing 158 grams of fentanyl, one bag of cocaine, two digital scales, and a marijuana grinder.
The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation showed off the house on Ivanhoe Avenue in the Lansingville neighborhood.
An officer recognized her as the same child found wandering two days prior.
Crews say fighting a fire in a mobile home can be particularly challenging.
An impromptu memorial was held for Sharon’s Troy Smith on the site where his body was found.
The biggest issue on the ticket is Highland Elementary School and candidates are split over whether or not to rebuild.
A Vietnam veteran and his service dog, Tater, are visiting every VA hospital in America.
The Trumbull County Board of Developmental Disabilities has been working on the transition to private provider options for two years.
Doug Meyer’s sculpture was mangled after the crash, but community members in Warren are hoping it will become a symbol of resilience.
A contractor hit a major water line, causing low water pressure in the area.
YSU students and staff react to an Ohio college’s landmark decision to allow some faculty and staff to carry a firearm.
One vehicle rolled over in the left-hand lane near the center median.
Officers said it started with a traffic stop Wednesday afternoon.