Retired Chief Joe Santell is currently helping with administrative duties.
The city continues to spend more than what’s coming in, meaning the plan may have to change again.
Rapper Jay Z will perform in Cleveland prior to Election Day. Bon Jovi will headline concerts in Pittsburgh.
Police found five spent bullet casings on the street and sidewalk in front of a Ferndale Drive home in Warren.
Most injured had gunshot wounds, but some sustained injuries jumping off the roof and climbing a wall to escape the gunmen.
Police said one of the men hid from officers and it took four departments to find him.
Rob Lozier scored three TDs for the Warriors.
A major Trumbull County tilt is scheduled for this Friday at Mollenkopf Stadium between Howland and Harding.
The movie, “Last Flag Flying,” stars Steve Carrell, Bryan Cranston and Laurence Fishburne.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign says Kaine will also talk about their vision for America and economic plans for the country.
In addition to the OVI checkpoint, there will be saturation patrols throughout this week and weekend.
The Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office is investigating how the drugs were brought into the facility.
The Series between the Chicago Cubs and Indians opens Tuesday night in Cleveland.
Dwindling choice is another issue.
Trump offered an optimistic front in the midst of a three-day tour through Florida as thousands began voting in person.
Here are the ten most reliable vehicles and the ten least reliable vehicles and their scores on a scale of 0-100.
Hazmat was called to a home on Trumbull Avenue Friday night when a resident found a white powder substance in her mailbox.
Linda Stefanish was hosting a jewelry party to raise money for Animal Pawtectors when a deer rammed its way into her home.
Richard James Cutting passed away October 24
The email breaks it down: “four ‘POC,’ or people of color, four women ‘assuming COO is a white woman’ and six white men.”
The programs involve educating high school and college students, and informing patients of prescription drug dangers.