According to an indictment, Young engaged in sexual conduct with a woman who was “substantially impaired.”
At least 20 homes on eight Howland roads have harm to their yards due to snow plows.
At least 20 homes on eight Howland roads have damage to their yards due to snow plows.
Farrell earned a birth in the District 10 title Class A Title Game by topping Erie First Christian on Tuesday night.
Kennedy Catholic routed Rocky Grove on Tuesday night, punching their ticket to the D10 title game in the process.
A fired Ohio police officer has been convicted of raping a 16-year-old girl while off duty last summer.
Mineral Ridge went to Brookfield and upset the Warriors on Tuesday night punching their ticket to the Sectional Finals.
A movie about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing wants to recreate the police shootout with the Tsarnaev brothers.
Police said two juveniles and a Youngstown man robbed a Struthers teen after meeting him to buy marijuana.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will have to continue their playoff push without veteran defenseman Ben Lovejoy.
Shoppers in Ohio could get a three-day break from the state’s sales tax this summer under a bill passed by the state Senate.
Police use Narcan to revive Upper Darby man on crowded bus after overdosing on heroin.
Authorities have identified a robbery suspect they say was fatally shot by an officer in a standoff in southwestern Ohio.
A man is facing charges in a shooting that wounded a 10-year-old girl riding in a car with her parents.
The bakery bakes custom cakes for wedding and other special occasions.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
In all, 44 of 1,015 samples have been above the federal allowable limit.
Apple and the FBI are locked in a high-profile battle that could affect your personal info.
Melissa Bland faces a child endangering charge after police said her visually-impaired child was found in a feces-filled home in November 20…
Niles City Council voted 5-2 to approve Mayor Thomas Scarnecchia’s revised financial plan on Tuesday.
Ohio’s human trafficking numbers are climbing and that’s due, in part, because of better policing and reporting of the crime.
A Youngstown woman recounts how she was forced into the sex trade and how she helps others on the same path.