A man who had already been hit once by a car trying to cross the street was nearly struck a second time.
Lowellville’s police chief is retiring Friday after 27 years with the department.
The man convicted of holding three women captive in a house he turned into a prison and raping them repeatedly for a decade was sentenced Thursday to life without parole plus 1,000 years.
Sewer line renovations were approved Thursday by Mahoning County Commissioners.
A Youngstown died Thursday after he fell and struck his head possibly caused by his sagging pants, according to police.
The Lordstown-built Chevrolet Cruze had its best July ever.
A discount grocery store chain opened a new store Thursday in Warren.
The house explosion Wednesday on Youngstown’s South Side was caused by thieves who stole a stove, allowing the house to fill with gas.
A Farrell bank was robbed on Thursday.
A 20-year-old Warren man is being held in the Trumbull County Jail on $275,000 bond on charges that he shot a man last month.
A Thursday morning fire destroyed the Dockside Banquet facility and Beach Club Restaurant at Conneaut Lake Park.
A downed power line caused an outage in Howland.
It’s still summer, but a Youngstown business owner is gearing up for winter.
Someone tossed a flammable liquid through a window of the Pit Stop Cafe.
A couple in Sharon was attacked, shot and beaten during a robbery attempt.
The Youngstown Police Department conducted a curfew sweep Wednesday night as part of Mayor Chuck Sammarone’s “Do you know where your children are?” campaign.
The VFW Post in Hubbard honored Hubbard native Richard Choppa, an Army medic who died while tending to an injured comrade in Vietnam in 1967.
The city’s boundaries have not been redrawn since 1980 despite major population declines and shifts.
Ohio’s corn crop is looking like it could be one of the best in years throughout the state.
A new restaurant in Canfield offers a taste of Italy.