A Youngstown man who admitted to investigators he fatally shot a Boardman man during a drug deal was indicted Thursday by a county grand jury.
The former Kinsman Free Public Library fiscal officers set to serve jail time next month spent money she stole from the library to buy herself computers, a grill, groceries, gift cards, gasoline and a web cam, among other items, according to a state audit.
Two people involved in the planned home invasion in Niles that left one of the suspected burglars dead from the resident’s shotgun blast were indicted Thursday on murder charges.
If you bought a Blizzard at Dairy Queen Thursday you did more than satisfy your sweet tooth.
A 19-year-old girl who is facing up to 11 years in prison for accidentally fatally shooting another teenager at her birthday party was ordered to be held in jail on $100,000 bond.
Fire investigators are asking for the public’s help in solving a murder and ensuing arson in Warren last week.
School administrators in Mahoning and Columbiana counties gathered in Canfield to learn new ways to manage classrooms and introduce technology.
For the second time in recent weeks, the former Youngstown library on the city’s East Side caught fire.
Thursday marked the beginning of a new area for parishioners and the community surrounding St. Dominc’s Church on Youngstown’s South Side.
A woman accused of selling drugs and facilitating drug deals in her Puerto Rican apartment as part of a multimillion dollar drug trafficking ring was arrested Wednesday by federal agents in Campbell.
The home in Newton Falls where three people were fatally shot last year in one of the deadliest mass murders in recent Trumbull County history will be demolished.
A Boardman man is facing drug trafficking charges stemming from a cell phone theft at Southern Park Mall.
A Youngstown man was charged late Wednesday with trying to slash a man dating his ex-girlfriend in front of a police officer.
Update // A car traveling northbound went over an embankment between the Bella Vista and Route 7-11 exits.
A Warren woman is seeking at least $2.5 million in a federal lawsuit filed against the city of Warren over the closure of her business, the Olympic Inn, following a shooting one year ago that injured a neighbor.
Allan May of Cleveland has written a second book on organized crime in Youngstown titled “Crimetown USA.”
The proposed Bluegrass Pipeline would carry liquid natural gas from Western Pennsylvania, across Mahoning and Columbiana counties and the entire Buckeye State and go all the way down to the Gulf Coast.
A year after being released from academic emergency, the head of Youngstown City Schools said the district is not looking for any additional help from state lawmakers.
A summer reading program in Campbell graduated about 30 students on Wednesday and the whole group got new bikes for all of their hard work.
The Niles homeowner who fatally shot a suspected burglar last month will not face any charges for the shooting but the people investigators believe were helping the suspected burglar could be charged with murder.