The U.S. Department of Transportation has tentatively denied the application of Aerodynamics Inc. to begin daily air service between the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport based on the airline’s lack of “fitness.”
Patrick J. McClurkin, the younger of the two McClurkin brothers charged with defrauding more than 50 customers of their former McClurkin Funeral Home, has pleaded guilty to reduced charges
A 30-page affidavit filed in Youngstown federal court by a local FBI agent lays out a fraud he says a Howland gas-station owner carried out in 2012 to defraud an Illinois bank out of $2.5 million.
The Western Reserve Port Authority will discuss whether to financially support a local military affairs commission working to avoid closure or reductions at the 910th Airlift Wing
Preparation work has begun on the $2.4 million demolition of the 354,000 square foot historic General Electric Ohio Lamp Plant on Dana Street Northeast.
The city’s first black mayor will run for re-election to a second term this year.
Gregory S. Brewer, 50, apparently entered the home of Dominic Bufano, 55, last Aug. 21 on friendly terms, but left as Bufano’s killer.
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins is opposing the potential move of inmate Christopher W. Daniel to transitional control, which could release him into society later this year.
A Cortland woman has filed a lawsuit in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court against a Warren man, a Warren police officer, the police department, the city and others over a Jan. 18, 2013, traffic crash that occurred while the officer was chasing a suspect.
Daimer Cescon, touted last year as the three-star Michelin chef who would be running the kitchen at the Hotel California in Austintown, is in the Trumbull County jail
Don Hyde met a lot of Trumbull County residents during his 35 years as a deputy and detective with the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office
In spite of statistics showing that violent and property crime has been dropping in the nation and in Ohio, Trumbull County registered a record-high number of indictments in 2014.
The company has settled on an alternative site for it in the Lordstown Industrial Park.
Some of the county records kept on three floors of the county-owned Wean Building on North Park Avenue got wet
Lamont Salter, 26, pleaded guilty Monday to involuntary manslaughter, kidnapping and aggravated burglary
The more significant volume of brine waste injection activity has been taking place in Vienna and Newton townships.
The medical malpractice resulted in a $28.7 million judgment in favor of a Warren family
A jury found Jeff Irby, 26, of Youngstown and Indianapolis, Ind., guilty Friday of firing gunshots at a Hubbard police officer last October while fleeing from a traffic stop.
Testimony began Wednesday in the trial of Jeff Irby of Youngstown.
The board will place a help-wanted advertisement in the coming weeks for director and/or deputy director
Technology, social media and vigilance appear to have helped police put together the pieces of a burglary ring involving about a half-dozen people.
Clean Energy Future Lordstown LLC selected another site that doesn’t need a zone change.
A Warren family’s son was born in 2010 with cerebral palsy as a result of oxygen deprivation during his birth.
An inappropriate text message from the former Jefferson High School girls basketball and softball coach to one of the girls he coached was ultimately not deemed criminal.
Monday’s swearing-in ceremony was the first one for new Trumbull County Probate Court Judge James Fredericka
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins is again opposing parole for Paul W. Smith, 48, who shot his 21-year-old pregnant wife, Gina, to death July 29, 1987, in the McDonald’s restaurant in McKinley Heights where she worked.
The Rev. Rodd and Lisa Meyer sit with their seven adopted children, from left, Fernando, 13, Deon, 3, Jonathan, 2, Jake, 4, Neveah, 11, Mar’shayla, 7, and Johnny, 8. Rodd and Lisa began adopting children after trying for 10 years to have kids, with no luck.
Two of the three men accused of taking a corrections officer hostage for five hours April 23 at the Trumbull County jail have been indicted on a variety of charges.
When Shawn Jarrett left prison in 2012 and moved to Howland Township after serving his entire 30-year sentence for a 1982 Farrell, Pa., murder and 1982 Sharon, Pa., assault, Howland Police Chief Paul Monroe warned the public that Jarrett had “violent, homicidal tendencies” and said people should be on alert.
Warren City Council has authorized the city to enter into a $449,000 contract with Pioneer Technology Group of Sanford, Fla.
It seemed unthinkable last July that the Trumbull County Democratic Party would prevail over Ohio Democratic Party Chairman Chris Redfern
The Ohio Auditors Office has once again told Niles that its financial house is in disarray.
A 30-cents-per-hour pay increase will give each employee $624 more per year and cost the county about $223,000.
The Trumbull County commissioners are expected today to authorize six road projects to be carried out in late 2015 and early 2016.
A federal judge on Thursday sentenced Warren native Keelan Harris to 10 years in prison for his role in a Warren-based Ponzi scheme.
Trumbull commissioners talk about merger during budget hearings
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins calls it “surprising and confusing” that the U.S. Department of Justice has asked him to help the Brazilian government prosecute Claudia Hoerig in Brazil for 2007 murder of her husband, Karl, in their home in Newton Falls.
Healthcare and salaries to rise in 2015 Trumbull County budget
City officials accepted the $375,000 Community Oriented Policing Services grant that pays part of the cost to hire three police officers
Holiday Parade and Christmas Tree Lighting provided truly magical moments
Patrick Niess was taken away in handcuffs Wednesday to begin serving a 10-day jail sentence
Garrick Krlich and his wife, Lucinda, of East Liberty Street in Hubbard, have been the object of a horn-honking controversy at their home for several years
During 2014, the court for Warren, Howland, Champion and Warren Township has handled only three texting-while-driving citations.
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins has asked the Ohio Parole Board to keep a 71-year-old murderer in prison when his parole hearing comes up in December.
For the owners of about 16,000 septic-systems in Mahoning County and 21,000 in Trumbull County, new statewide rules take effect Jan. 1
Camille Kerns, 4, of Poland is all smiles as she tells Santa Claus what she wants for Christmas — a Barbie head she can style and “anything” from the Walt Disney movie “Frozen,” as she shows him the “Frozen” gloves she wears. Both were at the Olde Fashioned Christmas at the Mill in Mill Creek Park on Saturday.
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins is again opposing parole for Marie F. Poling, convicted of killing her husband, Richard, in January 1988 in their Howland home.
David A. Messer, 29, of Niles, will spend at least 50 years in prison for raping a 7-year-old girl and committing other sex offenses
An Arizona attorney says bite evidence used at Hill’s murder trial nearly 30 years ago has been discredited.
The Western Reserve Port Authority has authorized its senior economic development manager to apply for two more grants to identify and clean up brownfield sites.