A Boardman man drove off the side of Market Street, striking a utility pole and then a building, according to Highway Patrol.
Until last year, anyone who wanted a concealed carry weapon permit had to go through 12 hours of training. Now, they only need eight hours.
Some organizations may no longer receive discounts for meetings and events after a change to Mill Creek Park’s policy.
The Youngstown Police Department and Canfield post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol were called out to investigate.
Reopening the Newton Falls Community Center would cost the city at least $1.7 million, according to an assessment presented to City Council …
A Senate proposal wants to limit airlines’ ability to charge unnecessarily high fees for baggage, cancellations, and legroom.
A 5K race to benefit Akron Children’s Hospital will be held at the Watson and Tressel Training Site at YSU.
Police said that a woman saw the fire and called police.
The program is put together by the county’s Mental Health and Recovery Board to help officers deal with calls involving family disputes and …
Friday, the Seventh District Court of Appeals upheld a ruling, giving Kimble until Monday to make a new pick of a teacher.
As Oakhill was unfolding, Sciortino was charged separately with using his county-owned computers for political purposes while in office.
The statue was removed and now sits behind a township garage.
The crash happened just after 10 a.m. Monday morning on Youngstown’s north side.
Officers went to the house on Hawkins Lane, and they said Rapp answered the door holding a gun.
According to a release, Adams will perform September 13 at the Covelli Centre, and tickets will go on sale April 15 at 10 a.m.
Traffic cameras that catch speeders have been a boon for cities like Youngstown.
The law blocks rules that would allow transgender people to use a bathroom other than the one that corresponds to their physical sex.
The vacant home at 853 Parkwood Avenue was destroyed.
The sale of the limited number of Valravn front-row seats began on Friday.
18-year-old University of Texas Fine Arts major Haruka Weiser never made it back to her dorm after leaving class last week.