The home of Elder Bessie Jackson, a retired police officer, has been robbed three times in one week.
Nine people in the area now have the ability to do what many sometimes take for granted — call themselves “Americans.”
That, and other crimes reported in Warren over the past week.
New owners of land in Canfield Township have filed a petition to annex their property into the City of Canfield — surprising officials.
Albert Bonetti, Jr., 56, has a few bruises and broken ribs and was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital.
There’s no word right now on if anyone has plans to develop this area of Route 224.
The new $3 million pound along Meridian Road is about two months behind schedule.
“It’s finally starting to come into place and he’s where he deserves to be,” said the father of the victim — who was just 11 at the time.
A Mahoning County grand jury indicted the following cases on June 8, 2017.
The bakery-cafe, located in the Shops at Boardman Park, has been there since 1998.
A $3 million grant was awarded for the Blueprint to Prosperity waterline from Braceville to West Farmington.
The chief operating officer at First Step Recovery said the two issues often go hand in hand.
Employees said the man was there to buy crickets and was mad that they wouldn’t open early.
The young girl was found walking down Trumbull Avenue SE just after 9 a.m. Thursday.
Police said her husband, who was walking in the area, denied that drug items found in Littell’s car belonged to him.
The district will open the old stadium at Boardman Center Intermediate School for walkers to use during the closure.
Vernon Scott has been hired as the Northside Pool manager and is bringing in lifeguards with him.
Trumbull County Judge Ronald Rice had some harsh words for Peach, calling him a monster.
The Auditor of State said an investigation determined that the former chief paid himself over $14,000 from the accounts.
An employee of the store on South Avenue told officers that Hardy said she had a gun in her backpack.
Starting Monday, students from all districts can attend Youngstown City Schools’ four different STEM camps.
The motto of this year’s Mercer County Senior Games is “Get up… get moving… Get stronger… Live longer.”