A Cincinnati man, who spent three years in prison for two different crimes in southern Ohio, was charged with raping a Warren woman last month.
A Youngstown State University math major has come up with a formula to attack Youngstown’s vacant home problem.
An Austintown man being held in the Mahoning County Jail on suspicion of breaking into a vacant house and stealing copper pipes is also facing charges that he robbed two gas stations in Austintown during a 16-hour span in February.
Congressman Tim Ryan has co-sponsored a bill that would provide a Special Victim’s Counsel for victims of sexual assault in the military.
A family is no longer just two parents and their kids. Many of us come from unique situations and backgrounds, and there is no way to describe a traditional family. We’ve come to know modern ones instead.
Update // The Youngstown Air Reserve Station in Vienna Township received guidance Wednesday about implementing furloughs as a result of sequestration.
Update // A Warren man is being held in the Trumbull County Jail after being charged with dumping gasoline on his mailman.
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Senior Jessica Marsico had quite an afternoon for the Mustangs with five RBIs in an 8-2 Mathews victory over Badger.
Update // A badly burned body was found inside burning vehicle Tuesday in Lordstown.
The Red Dragons advance to face Struthers in the District Semifinals.
An announcement out of hollywood Tuesday is helping give national attention to breast cancer and a certain genetic mutation that drastically increases a woman’s of developing it.
Items being ollected include wearable and usable clothing for all ages, shoes, purses, bags, hats, accessories, blankets, sheets, quilts, towels, curtains, tablecloths, soft toys and dolls.
The Boardman girls advance to the Division I Sectional finals after a 9-6 victory over Howland.
The Warriors advance to face South Range in the Sectional Finals.
A $148,000 brush truck was purchased through a FEMA grant, with the township only having to pay $30,000. The truck will be used not only to fight brush fires, but also for auto accidents and medical calls.
The Cardinals advance to face Poland in the Division II District Semifinals.
Clear Channel Youngstown received the “Champion for Our Valley’s Children” award during the annual appreciation dinner for Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley.
The Blue Devils advance with a win over Leetonia.