Authorities say the body of a teenage girl found in a Pittsburgh park had been doused in bleach – likely in an effort to remove evidence.
A Pennsylvania court system spokesman says the attorney general’s office has provided the state’s chief justice with hundreds of emails afte…
Retired Mahoning County judge and longtime Democrat Judge James Evans has been appointed to the Ohio Ethics Commission.
Warren G. Harding High School is forfeiting its games against Howland and Maple Heights.
Fr. Timothy O’Neil presided over Friday’s blessing and sent a message to the students.
The mission holds the food giveaway every Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Regional Chamber hosted Boardman school and township officials to talk about what is new.
Three people will have to find a new place to live after a fire damaged their mobile home park on Friday.
The 911 calls would ring into dispatch, but no information about the caller such as location, name, or phone number they were calling from w…
A new handbook the result of communities from all across the state asking for help to deal with the blight problem.
Joanie’s Sisters in Support is a brand-new group for women affected by ovarian and breast cancer.
The woman was able to be revived at the hospital after she was found floating in a swimming pool by her son.
They are facing a host of charges, including robbery, burglary and theft, for house and car break-ins in the Poland and Springfield areas
A neighbor said the intersection is a bad one.
The Schoberts’ daughter, Chelsea, testified Thursday that Shawn Ford beat and stabbed her nearly to death when she rebuffed him for sex.
The dog got loose and was found dead a few doors down on Thursday, police said.
Two Niles robbery suspects are in jail.
A memorial service is planned for Nicole Baird– the young woman killed on Interstate 680 Monday.
An east side scrap yard was burglarized in the early morning hours Friday.
The Thornburg family has gained a new appreciation for their community, which has come together to help them in their time of need.
The U.S. Marshals Service is seeking the public’s help to locate these 18 fugitives, including two from Youngstown.
Youngstown takes an aggressive stand when it comes to urban blight, But what happens when the city owns the abandoned property?