Jurors will begin to deliberate the case of Kevin T. Johns, 24, on trial for rape, kidnapping and aggravated robbery.
Man on trial could get 50 years in prison for rape, kidnapping, aggravated robbery
Commissioners have offered to build a new building for the Trumbull County Veterans Service Commission
Family members called the community together on the anniversary of the tragic crash.
Demolition has begun on a former office building on East Market Street on land that will soon be owned by Trumbull County commissioners.
Former judge and prosecutor Lynn B. Griffith Jr. died Sunday at age 86.
A 63-year-old McDonald man pleaded not guilty Friday to a misdemeanor assault charge filed against him after he purportedly spanked two students while serving as a substitute gym teacher.
Lt. Pete Lucic is known as tough guy Preston Steele when he works as a professional wrestler all over the world.
Trumbull commissioners approve Wild Animal Response Plan
Mahoning Valley Hope Center serves more than 200 people per week through 16 faith-based community outreach programs
Several men who committed gun and drug crimes in Warren have learned the hard way that federal sentencing is serious for career criminals.
The health care change will be the first time workers have to contribute to their coverage.
About 100 people attended the meeting at First Unitarian Universalist Church to watch three videos related to hydraulic fracturing and hear a presentation by Ray Beiersdorfer, a geology professor at Youngstown State University.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine stood before about 125 people at his seventh Drug Abuse Town Hall, seeking input from invited panelists and the public.
Dale Hatch, 27, one of two Detroit men charged with killing Marco Dukes, 32, of Warren, has pleaded guilty to reduced charges.
Trumbull County Democrats support Fredericka, Fuda, O’Brien and O’Brien in primary
Thomas L. Walker, whose son, Taemarr, was killed in a confrontation with a Warren police officer Oct. 19, is locked up in Michigan jail
Port authority members and staff attend ethics training
A Trumbull County judge has ruled that the Bristol Township trustees acted improperly when they fired Assistant Fire Chief Steve Craiger Sept. 4,, 2012.
Rose Ann DeLeon, executive director of the Western Reserve Port Authority, has been on medical leave since Jan. 16
Trumbull County prepares to start juvenile drug court
This marker was placed on the side of the General Electric Ohio Lamp Plant on Dana Street in Warren in November 1949 marking the spot where brothers J.W. Packard and W.D. Packard of Warren completed their first Packard automobile Nov. 6, 1899. Current plant manager George Lopuchovsky, right, recently turned over the marker and a second one devoted to the Packard brothers' business partner, George Weiss, to the National Packard Museum.
Statistics suggest America is not ‘post-racial,’ speaker says
Two people jumped from balconies to escape Warren fire
Candidate for Warren Board of Education indicted on theft charges
A 65-year-old Niles man who looks like Santa Claus and sometimes told children he was Santa is sentenced to 20 years in prison for possessing sexually explicit images on his computer.
Judge Thomas Gysegem of Warren Municipal Court dismissed kidnapping and aggravated robbery charges against the men after a preliminary hearing in which the purported victim admitted he lied about some details.
Sam Covelli says his greatest fun is in continuing the growth of Covelli Enterprises
Members of the Trumbull County Board of Elections reviewed a consolidation plan Tuesday that would again reduce the number of voting precincts in the county — this time from 208 to about 150.
Siblings express disbelief that Thomas Starr killed their father
Wife of dead burglar gets four years in prison for her role
The Movement began with 14 people in a Vienna conference room and has grown to 1,000 at two locations — the Eastwood Mall and a former bar.
The storms and cloud cover that caused headaches for customers trying to fly home from Punta Gorda, Fla., Thursday and Friday on Allegiant Air have also affected flights at other Ohio airports, the director of aviation at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport said Sunday.
Philip Cogar of Canfield says he and some of his friends arrived at around noon Sunday at the Inner Circle Pizza on Ironwood Drive — more than 6 hours before kickoff of the Super Bowl — because he was so excited for the game to start.
Five days after a 20-year-old Warren man was sentenced to 39 years in prison for kidnapping a Warren woman and her son so he could get money from their ATM machine, a similar crime was committed in Howland.
Ground quiet so far near proposed Weathersfield injection well
The minus-9 degree temperature from Monday caused only a small number of frozen pipes compared to the Jan. 8 freeze, National Fire and Water Repair president says
Warren committee talks about redistricting to balance ward population
U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan of Howland is called ‘a rock star among mindfulness evangelists’ in the cover story in the current issue of Time magazine.
Peggy Chaffins, Laura McLaughlin and Becky Lancey arrive early and wait for other members of the Families Anonymous meeting in Howland this month.
Trumbull County grand jury indicts two men on murder charges
123 year presence on North Park Avenue ends today
Warren woman urges public officials to ‘rethink busing’ in Trumbull County
Atty. James Floyd was selected as chairman of the Western Reserve Port Authority Wednesday, and new member Ron Klingle was chosen as vice chairman during Klingle’s first meeting Wednesday.
Murder defendant told arresting officer he could ‘accept the needle’ for Warren crimes
Owner of former Delphi buildings owes $190,623 in property taxes
A report from a conciliator who last month decided against raises for about 70 Trumbull County sheriff’s employees gave some interesting insights into the county’s financial condition.
Jury begins deliberating in Champion wrongful-death trial
Dr. Frank G. Veres and his son, Dr. Zachary F. Veres, took the witness stand Wednesday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court to discuss the treatment they gave Michael Ecker of Champion, who served in the military in Iraq and committed suicide in August 2009 while under the care of the physicians.
The Rev. Todd Johnson, a young senior pastor at Agape Assembly Church on Nevada Avenue Southwest, has been named to the three-member Warren Civil Service Commission.