At times over the past three years, tempers have flared as Niles looked to make changes to get the city out of fiscal emergency.
Investigators are still looking into the cause.
Troopers said they found a large amount of heroin and nearly $20,000 stashed in Jasmine Stephenson’s trunk last February.
Prosecutors are withdrawing their motion to revoke the bond of the former Campbell mayor if he reports to prison.
They said Brandon Ferrier jumped out of a bedroom window and led them on a brief foot chase.
Karen Phillips was killed and three family members were taken to the hospital after the fire on Crandall Avenue.
Detours will be posted to help drivers get around the road work.
That, and other crimes reported in Youngstown.
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It has been days since people in the Youngstown area have heard from their loved ones in Puerto Rico.
If you want to vote in the next election, you have to register in time, and that deadline is quickly approaching.
Police said the 50-year-old man believed that he was meeting a 15-year-old boy for sex.
The alert went into effect Tuesday because the city believed organisms that can cause illness may have entered the water supply.
Investigators say Tompkins assaulted the victims over several years, starting when they were about 6 and 7 years old.
Several other employees were disciplined after the inmate reported being assaulted on August 24.
The “Big Dog – Little Dog” program partners high school students with kids at Poland Union Elementary School.
One local user said now there is no excuse for texting and driving.
Heading out to your front yard to cook dinner in a solar oven isn’t something many people do, but two local women are hoping it catches on.
A woman was arrested and charged with felonious assault after police say she hit a man with her car.
Gas prices continued their downward trend again this week in Northeast Ohio.
Belmont Pines Hospital will be hosting a job fair Tuesday, September, 26 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at their facility in Liberty.
The total for September is now just ten shy of March’s record.