Investigators said seven juveniles and one adult are responsible for the break-ins at several local businesses over the past few weeks.
Thirty-five students on the Quiz Bowl team visited Stambaugh Auditorium, where they got a behind-the-scenes tour of the historical venue.
The survey will be open until Dec. 18.
The kitten is now at Animal Charity and is doing OK.
The suspect jumped behind the wheel of a Cintas truck parked at the Campbell Post Office.
The department found a systemic pattern of reckless and inappropriate use of force by officers.
Officers will now be carrying Narcan to combat drug overdose.
Police said they found some heroin in a soda can inside the car.
A man riding a bicycle was hit Thursday morning along Main Avenue S.W. in Warren Township.
A mobile home was destroyed by fire in Calcutta.
A new training facility could be built soon in downtown Youngstown.
Flames were seen coming from a third floor apartment.
The bill is intended to make tax filing easier for Ohio businesses across hundreds of cities, villages, counties and school districts.
The bar is fighting to keep its liquor license after a councilman said he planned to object to renewing it.
Wednesday night’s Youngstown City Council meeting determined that sewer rates will increase beginning next year.
The grant includes technical support from Washington and eventually money to help in the planning process.
The dumped trash on Shaffer Road has been cleaned up.
Even though Salem is canceling its New Year’s Eve celebration, Youngstown and Canfield both will host First Night festivities.
More than 100 vendors will be on hand for holiday shoppers.
Trumbull County Sheriff Thomas Altiere has change his mind about seeking another term in office.