Ross A. Francis of Niles pleaded guilty Monday to kidnapping and grand theft of a motor vehicle for leaving a Niles home in a car containing a 3-year-old boy.
The 11th District Court of Appeals has affirmed a Trumbull County Common Pleas Court decision endorsing the Trumbull County Children Services Board’s requirement that citizens attending board meetings must sign their names.
Family and friends carry the coffin of 15-year-old Kirklan Behner as they leave NorthMar Church Friday morning.
Republican Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel met with about 10 local business officials at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber offices to get a better understanding of issues they care about.
One of the survivors said it felt like the 19-year-old driver was going 80 mph just before the accident.
Greg Miller of New Hampton, Iowa, looks over some rollers at the former RG Steel mil. The new owners of the Warren facility contracted with a Canadian auction house to sell off a sizable portion of its non-operational and outdated equipment. starting Tuesday and continuing thru Friday
None of the four candidates for Warren police chief have challenged any of the questions or answers on the civil service test they took Feb. 27.
Investigators continue to question where five boys ages 14 and 15 were before a 7 a.m. Sunday traffic accident that killed them. The father of one of the boys says he thinks he knows.
A week after damaging details of a police investigation at the agency were released, Trumbull County Children Services leader says employees “work every day with fire in their belly” to help kids.
Warren’s diversity was a primary topic at the first of a series of public meetings regarding the future of the city’s neighborhoods.
In June, Lt. Eric Merkel is likely to become chief of the Warren Police Department
City officials say they were caught unaware that a swinger’s club opened Saturday night.
The oil and gas in the Utica Shale hasn’t brought an economic windfall to Trumbull County government yet.
Two Cleveland-area groups apply to conserve three more Trumbull County properties
The Leavittsburg man is grateful for firefighters and EMTs’ life-saving measures.
Process to reduce hours or close local air traffic tower could begin today
The rape of an infant by her biological parents during what was supposed to be a supervised visit at Trumbull Children Services triggered several investigations. Only one agency employee has been disciplined, and an attorney in the case is now calling for workers and supervisors involved in the matter to be fired.
Trumbull County has the 9th-highest number of opiate-related deaths in Ohio per capita.
Melvin Turner sentenced to 19 years in prison in double homicide
Hearing officer recommends no charges against septic installer
Prof says King’s focus was evolving after ‘I Have a Dream’ speech By ED RUNYAN email@example.com
The Ohio Parole Board will not release Trumbull County killer Gary A. Betz for at least three more
Rascal Flatts lead singer Gary LeVox center, and guitarists Joe Don Rooney, left, and Jay DeMarcus bring down the house Friday night at the Covelli Centre, downtown Youngstown, for fans who traveled from as far as Columbus and Pennsylvania to see the most awarded country group of the last decade.
Joy Hodge has been sentenced to 15 years to life in prison for killing her 15-month-old daughter
The Western Reserve Port Authority has taken a second step toward extending a railroad line two
African American Achievers banquet set for Saturday
Brittany N. Johnson, 23, of Bedford Heights, a nursing student at Youngstown State University, remained in stable condition Sunday evening in St. Elizabeth Health Center, where a girlfriend drove her after she was shot on Pennsylvania Avenue at 2:48 a.m. Sunday.
About 20 defendants are part of a special-docket program through Mahoning County Common Pleas Court that provides mental-health services and monitoring. Trumbull County does not have one.
Despite a positive real estate market, Trumbull foreclosures rise again
Area congressmen team up on return of Claudia Hoerig
Nursing home residents show that love is for all seasons
Ryan meets with pro-gun representatives, plans to propose legislation
Mayor Doug Franklin told the children at the Jefferson K-8 school Tuesday for Black History Month that his proudest professional moment was being elected Warren’s first black mayor.
Newton Falls fires police chief
Five people were injured when a white Pontiac Sunfire with its headlights off drove into people
Prison inmate convicted of felonious assault A jury late Friday found an inmate at the Ohio
35 years of history goes on display at Trumbull Career and Technical Center. Thursday was a day for remembering two years in the history of the Trumbull Career and Technical Center: 1978, when the school first opened; and 1988, the year students buried a time capsule containing letters and other artifacts.
A Poland woman whose son attended Warren John F. Kennedy High School from 1990 to 1994, and killed himself in 2003 in Arizona, believes his death at 26 might have been the result of sexual abuse by Brother Stephen Baker.
Trumbull voting precincts to drop by 58 in two years After 90 minutes of discussion, members of
Companies propose recycling landfill for Weathersfield Township Weathersfield Township trustees
Trumbull elections board to meet Monday on precinct reductions Ohio’s Republican Secretary of
A support group for victims of clergy sex abuse called attention in Detroit on Wednesday to what it says is another place where Brother Stephen Baker worked as a Franciscan friar.
Trumbull prosecutor urges parole board to keep Judith Delgros in prison Judith Delgros, 62,
The first wells are deep vertical wells being drilled for test purposes only
Brother Stephen Baker, the Franciscan friar accused of committing sexual offenses against students
Just days after allegations of child sexual abuse against Brother Stephen Baker became public, the Franciscan Friar, above left, was found dead Saturday of a self-inflicted knife wound. Among many accusers who have come forward is Mike Munno of Cortland, second from left, and among those offering support to the alleged victims have been, Bishop George V. Murry of the Youngstown Diocese, center; Robert M. Hoatson, co-founder and president of the Livingston, N.J.-based Road to Recovery Inc. support group, and Judy Jones, right, of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests.
The Western Reserve Port Authority has filed a complaint in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court in an attempt to clear up mineral rights issues regarding hundreds of acres at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport, leased to natural gas companies decades ago.
Woman who stabbed grandmother will remain free under conditions Former Leavittsburg woman
Union will offer cost-cutting ideas to avert GE plant closing A union leader representing 179
The village has opened an investigation into allegations against Chief John Kuivila from two female employees in his department.