Two suspects are in jail awaiting charges in connection with several burglaries in Columbiana and Trumbull counties.
Crews reported to Mill Creek Park Sunday afternoon to pull an SUV from the waters of Lake Glacier.
Tomorrow, the District II Struthers’ baseball playoffs begin with four key match ups.
After several run-ins with the animal, police were forced to take it down.
The Warren Relay for Life came to a conclusion late Saturday afternoon.
A Youngstown man was shot and killed overnight, his mother wounded.
Milwaukee captured its first Horizon League regular season title since 2001 after sweeping a doubleheader from the Youngstown State baseball team.
Niles defeated Champion on the road on Saturday.
The main attraction of the festival was the unveiling of the new Grohl Alley Brew and Grohl Alley Burger.
The Youngstown State softball team fell behind 9-2 after four innings and rallied to get within one, but the Penguins’ comeback attempt fell short in an 11-9 loss to Valparaiso in the 2013 Horizon League Championship Game.
Neighbors said the people who owned the home did have items stored inside, but were not living in the Milton Avenue house.
Organizers wanted to bring awareness of the need for foster parents here in the Valley.
Two area organizations are reviving a Boardman landmark. Boardman Township Park and the Mahoning County 4-H are teaming up to re-open Southern Park Stables for 4-H programs.
Update // A car driving the wrong way on the 7-11 connector crashes, shutting down the northbound lanes for more than two hours Saturday night.
Organizers said there are plenty of gun and tool shows for guys, but there’s really not a show in the area for women, so they figured they’d put on one.
The Mount Caramel Society hosted its first tournament, attracting 30 teams and two brackets with a youth and adult brackets.
Five counties took part in the Trumbull County Invitational on Saturday.
Firefighters focused their efforts on protecting the nearby occupied houses on North Pearl Street in Youngstown.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is considering using a controlled burn on the creek on Mahan Denman Road in Bristol Township.
Unlike most leading oil and gas producing states, Pennsylvania doesn’t link fees to how much gas comes from wells.