Inside Capitol, last-minute preps are underway for Inauguration Day.
Enthusiastic crowds descend on heavily-restricted U.S. Capitol ahead of Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Harrison Elementary School on Youngstown’s east side was supposed to be demolished in November.
Crews opened the hydrant on Thalia Avenue in November to install a new water line, but the work is still not done.
Austin Chace was captured on the Madison Avenue Expressway on Youngstown’s north side after a tip. He was a passenger in a car.
Water systems are now required to create maps of their underground piping and plumbing, but Youngstown doesn’t have that information.
Michelle D. Daugherty, 50, passed away January 19
Esther J. Christy, 80, passed away January 19
Roy A. Blackstone, Sr., 90, died January 19
Michael Steger, Jr., 75, died January 19
A consultant will help Beaver and Boardman townships acquire the property for the $6 million project.
The men requested specialty cut steaks from the butcher at the Giant Eagle on Wilmington Road.
We’ve all been there. You’ve been busy and you forgot to fill up the gas tank in your vehicle.
Trump made the payment to settle two federal class-action lawsuits in San Diego and a civil lawsuit filed by New York.
The caller says the customer didn’t pay a utility bill and asks to take the payment over the phone.
Norma L. Cramer, 86, passed away January 19
Shayla Rudolph, 18, was arrested on Thursday morning for abduction, a third-degree felony.
In his last major act as president, Barack Obama is cutting short the sentences of 330 federal inmates.
Some current and former girl scouts, troop leaders, parents and others took to social media to criticize their participation.
A man who had been shot in the knee told police someone broke into his house, chased him downstairs and shot him.
A state legislative fix could be needed to avoid widespread problems for travelers next year.
A complaint said Tyler Valimont was on duty when he solicited the woman and met her behind a dentist’s office.