The 83 undergraduate students in the Fisher College of Business are in danger of missing graduation.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman over the past week.
Brian Terlesky, Bryan Kordrupel, and Jenna Vivo will continue their golf careers at Youngstown State.
Judge-elect Carla Baldwin became the first African-American and woman to take a Youngstown Municipal Court judgeship.
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Cardinal Mooney Senior Softball player Kayla Rutherford signed her Letter of Intent to play Division I Softball at Youngstown State.
Lakeview Senior Annie Pavlansky has officially signed to play college basketball at Kent State University.
Josh Gordon has declared himself “clean and sober” as he embarks on yet another new start with the Cleveland Browns.
A day after authorities announced the largest drug case ever in the county, about 40 suspects heard their charges.
Rumors have swirled that the attack stemmed from a festering neighborhood dispute about lawn debris.
The officer also tried to collect workers’ compensation for his injury.
The shooter, Nasser Hamad, is facing a life prison sentence, but those involved in the fight beforehand weren’t charged.
The teenager accused of killing his neighbor two years ago in Niles is still waiting to go on trial in Trumbull County.
Girard Mayor James Melfi said not a day goes by that he doesn’t think about Officer Leo.
The Warren Family Mission is asking for the public’s help in providing meals this Thanksgiving.
There were concerns that CareSource could be terminating their contract, leaving a big impact on Medicaid patients.