The 45-year-old Ryan gave his colleagues until Friday to express their support.
Washington said they would check in to the Riverview Motel — where Hunter’s body was found — on a regular basis.
The Raiders advance to face Liberty in the Division III Sectional Finals Thursday at 7PM at Salem High School.
Alvin Ware had been with the Youngstown Fire Department for more than 29 years. His last day with the department was October 2.
St. Joseph hospital has been vacant for ten years.
Michael Flaig is serving one year of probation after being convicted of public intoxication and endangering the safety of another person.
The acquisition is expected to close in the first quarter of 2016.
The Penguins will battle Southern Illinois Saturday at 7PM in Carbondale.
Trumbull County’s law enforcement agencies spoke out against Issue 3 in Warren on Tuesday.
The two counties will split the cost of the machine over the next several years.
That doesn’t sit well with one valley lawmaker, who said he supports the tax credit, but doesn’t like the secrecy.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Now, the mother of three is celebrating a benchmark in her own journey and paying it forward to others in her shoes.
Kelly Clark is accused of kicking two officers and spitting on one at the police station.
Ninety-three percent of patients diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer live at least five years after their diagnosis and Cathy Petty from Gr…
According to the report, Pavlik, the alleged victim and several others had been drinking when the retired boxer pointed the gun at him.
An error in a political sign in Struthers was corrected.
The company said that all affected employees will receive a severance package.
Eighteen local high school football teams would qualify in the playoffs began today.
Campbell has gotten the money it needs to restart the mini bus for senior citizens.
Trumbull County Commissioners took the first step Tuesday to move forward with a plan for the former Saint Joseph Riverside Hospital.
Every year, millions of dollars are handed out to companies making films here in Ohio.