Police were busy Monday investigating a Sunday homicide, three gunshot victims, a rape and a woman cut several times with a knife.
Selling water for gas and oil drilling is helping the bottom line for water departments in Trumbull and Mahoning counties.
Balmy weather and good music made it easy to get into a celebratory mood at the 20th annual Boardman Relay for Life at the Boardman High School football stadium.
James L. Patterson, 28, of Youngstown was convicted on seven charges — reckless homicide, tampering with evidence, two counts of corrupting another with drugs and three counts of heroin trafficking.
Jurors will resume deliberations today on the guilt or innocence of James L. Patterson of Youngstown, charged in the overdose death of Christina Sheesley, 17.
Alexis Hugel of Girard cries on the witness stand Tuesday while testifying about the events of April 6, 2012, the day her best friend, Christine Sheesley, overdosed on heroin.
Christine Sheesley, a junior at Girard High School, celebrated her 17th birthday with family members then died of heroin overdose, prosecutor says
The news out of the Trumbull County Courthouse in the past year has increasingly focused on the damage to people’s lives resulting from drug abuse.
Zandrea Bess, sister of 17-year-old Zeboney A. Bess, told Judge W. Wyatt McKay Friday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court how disappointed she is that Jamal R. Wright was not convicted of murder in her sister’s death.
Jim Graham, longtime labor leader but political newcomer, has defeated incumbent Bob Dean for Warren council president, a position that puts him in charge of running Warren council meetings but doesn’t carry much power.
The problems associated with drugs in the Warren area need more than just police officers and federal agents hauling away people in handcuffs, says commander of the Trumbull Ashtabula Group Law Enforcement Task Force.
Delayed several years by a lawsuit, today Trumbull County 911 will have the capability to locate wireless calls.
Smoking in bed may have caused mobile home fire
Inspiring Minds tells kids about college and how to become successful adults
Democrats Bob Dean and Jim Graham have different visions for what the president of Warren City Council is supposed to do.
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Patricia McCrudden, a resident of Westwood Mobile Home Park in Weathersfield Township, says the peace and tranquility has been disturbed by gas and oil drilling nearby.
The Western Reserve Port Authority has authorized a new three-year contract with its director of aviation, Dan Dickten, that pays him $90,000 the first two years and $92,700 the third year.
The Trumbull County Prosecutor’s office is asking a judge to give convicted double murderer Eric Porterfield another unflattering title: vexatious litigator.
An Amish couple, who adopted the biological daughter of a couple convicted of raping her at the Trumbull County Children Services offices on Reeves Road in 2011, has sued the agency and three workers.
Many people don’t even know what the Democratic central committees in Mahoning and Trumbull counties do, but decisions they make by secret ballot can shape local government.
Paul Wodianka of Diamond had accepted that he would get 10 years in prison for driving intoxicated Sept. 21 and killing a Paris Township couple. The harder part may have been hearing how the accident affected his victims’ families.
A Trumbull County sheriff’s deputy removes a man identified as Don Drokin from the house at 1633 Arthur Drive NW, Warren, Wednesday, the day a U.S. attorney announced nearly 100 drug and firearms arrests in the Warren area. He was arraigned Wednesday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court, where Judge Andrew Logan set his bond at $2,500.
An employee of Judge Thomas Gysegem has filed a mandamus action with the Ohio 11th District Court of Appeals seeking the right to retire and return to work full-time.
In Trumbull County legal circles, the name David F. McLain meant intellect, knowledge, compassion and fairness, his friends said of the man who died Saturday at age 84.
A local firearms instructor and a local firearms dealer say all the talk about government attempts to reduce access to guns has also caused a shortage of ammunition.
Three of the five people who participated in the Nov. 15, 2009, killings of Wilneice L. Green, 28, and her 14-year-old daughter, Ja-Brajasia, 14, at Green’s Northgate Drive Liberty home received their agreed-upon prison sentences Thursday.
Laythrom Media of Warren, a group of young filmmakers that also provide other technology-driven services, is making plans to film a five-minute video in Trumbull County to educate youth about drinking and driving.
Juvenile court proceedings are private, so the public doesn’t hear much about them. But a Trumbull County assistant prosecutor says he has prosecuted an “epidemic” of sexting cases involving Trumbull County high-school students.
Alexis Cayson, driver of the sport utility vehicle that overturned in a pond March 10, killing her and five other teens, had neither alcohol nor drugs in her system, nor did three of the other teens.
Braceville Township police raided the massage parlor on state Route 5 just west of the Ohio Turnpike Thursday afternoon, eight months after they raided it the last time.
A Howland chiropractor has been indicted in Franklin County Common Pleas Court on seven felony charges including Worker’s Compensation fraud, theft, tampering with records, falsification and misdemeanor Medicaid fraud.
Richard A. Clark, 39, is being held without bond in the Trumbull County jail, charged in the murder of Dwayne Hickman, 49, found stabbed to death March 25.
Two Warren City Council committee meetings are scheduled for Tuesday afternoon to address the same issue — the cash flow problems being encountered by the non-profit organization Sunshine Inc.
Lt. Eric Merkel has now scored highest on the civil service exam for captain as well as chief of the Warren Police Department.
Treasurer Sam Lamancusa will have foreclosures filed on 87 Sunshine homes in the next three months.
Having met Ted Auch, the new Ohio program coordinator for FracTracker, a non-profit organization studying the hydraulic-fracturing industry, it seems he fills the expectations the Wean Foundation had for its bottom floor.
Mark Callion, who works in real estate and is a staff member for U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan of Niles, conducted the first part of the forum, leading the youth through a discussion on the effect of the things we do in our everyday life.
Patriot Water Treatment of Warren, which had an argument with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources over whether it could accept drilling waste from D&L Energy, now has an argument with D&L over payment.
Kenneth Overholt Jr., 58, a former Champion Township trustee and former owner of Overholt’s Champion Pharmacy, was sentenced Thursday to 18 months of house arrest for illegally filling 100 prescriptions for dangerous drugs.
As horizontal gas and oil wells using hydraulic fracturing begin to populate Trumbull County, a McDonald man asked the Trumbull County commissioners Wednesday whether firefighters are ready for the first accident that results in a need for evacuation.
Donations to the Warren Family Mission slow down after Christmas, and its food pantry for needy families had nearly been exhausted in recent weeks.
A judge has granted a temporary restraining order, freezing the bank accounts of a 28-year-old North Bloomfield woman accused of embezzling $101,117 from her employer.
Police are investigating the third homicide of 2013, the stabbing of a 49-year-old man, who was found Monday in his home on Williamsburg Street Northwest.
Mosquito Lake is one of Trumbull County’s greatest assets, but for Bazetta Township officials, it has created one of its most bedeviling dilemmas relating to fire protection.
Stefanie Romeo, 30, a woman arrested 25 times in various Trumbull County locations since 2001, spent 88 days in the Trumbull County jail this winter awaiting trial on a felony assault charge.
Warren Fire Chief Ken Nussle said tests show the water that a sport utility vehicle landed in March 10 along Niles Warren River Road, drowning six teens, doesn’t contain dangerous chemicals— despite fears that it does.
Jamaz L. Protho, 18, one of three young men charged as members of a Niles gang called Savage Inc., has been sentenced to four years in prison.
Ohio State Highway Patrol investigators have a “much clearer picture now” into the facts that led up to a crash that killed six teenagers — but they are not ready to share that with the public.
The Rev. Phillip Shealey said he knew he wouldn’t make everyone happy with the eulogy he gave at the funeral of Daylan T. Ray, 15, one of the six teens killed in a car crash.