Paul Kosling hopes that his childhood home can be saved in the midst of a deal with a developer who plans to raze it.
DiMassimo faces a possible maximum sentence of one year in prison, $100,000 in fines and one year of probation.
Attorney General Mike DeWine on Friday certified the petition from Ohioans for Medical Marijuana.
Bethel now attends Plymouth State University in New Hampshire.
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Cruz-Reyes is now in the custody of the Schenectady Police where he will be charged as a Fugitive from justice.
Haynes was taken to the Cherokee County Detention Center and released on a 5,000 bond.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
Sgt. Gary Riggins was first hired by the Warren Police Department in 1989.
Twenty-three people were indicted on firearms charges by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio last year.
Of the 381 metropolitan areas in the U.S., the Youngstown area ranks eighth in most population lost since 2010.
A program held in Youngstown Friday hopes to reduce the number of police officer deaths nationwide to below 100.
Local doctors spoke about suicide prevention and ways to plan during crisis, hoping students will become more aware of mental health concern…
Irby appeared in court Friday for arraignment on the felony drug possession charges that she is facing.
Steve Badurik said his shop has to smoke several hundred pounds per day to keep up with demand.
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Firefighters put it out, and started working on the fire which started everything.
Police arrested Matos and took him to the Mahoning County Jail. He is facing a charge of robbery.
Cardinal Mooney senior Courtney Frommelt was the winner of the WKBN 27 Caring for Our Community Tom Holden Memorial Scholarship contest.