Clyde T. Bush, 64, formerly of Howland, who committed 14 sex offenses against 10 boys and girls in the late 1980s
Official has no problem with the protestors who blocked the entrance to the facility in November
Second port authority member resigns from Western Reserve Port Authority
Former chief deputy of Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office resigns following ethics investigation
Maria Pelayo of Warren not only endured rainy weather Friday night to support the American Cancer Society Relay For Life, she took a pie to the face — about 10 times.
He was involved in a confrontation with a resident of nearby Brier Street
James Cohen Jr., 25, committed two of the 386 murders that occurred in Detroit in 2012
A change to Ohio Department of Job and Family Services rules that govern a program that gives cash assistance to families with dependent children has reduced the number of people in the program.
Commissioners have asked lawyers whether they have the power to remove any of their four appointments to the Western Reserve Port Authority
Police Chief Eric Merkel fired Patrolman Reuben Shaw Thursday for having a 1969 Chevy Nova towed from a locked garage on Kenwood Avenue to a garage he controls nearby.
Mikenna McClurg and Allison Keith are taking seriously their opportunity to make a difference in the future of Warren’s neighborhoods.
It took an act of Congress and $250,000 from Gov. John Kasich’s budget bill
Kenny Greco is a Youngstown South Sider and a musician, so when he learned that someone vandalized David Grohl Alley, he was incensed.
Mayor Doug Franklin highlighted the $10 million in improvements coming to city buildings and roads this year
Trumbull judge resentences Donna Roberts to the death penalty
Reuben Shaw, a veteran patrolman with the Warren Police Department, is scheduled for a predisciplinary hearing
Lewis admitted he violated Ohio law by earning a $97,366 commission on a 2009 real estate deal
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation arrived Thursday afternoon to investigate the hostage taking of a corrections officer at the Trumbull County jail.
After five hours, three Trumbull County jail inmates gave up their hostage, a corrections officer, and were returned to custody at about 8:30 p.m. The officer was not injured.
Western Reserve Port Authority member and chairman allege misconduct against each other
Staff report HOWLAND A elderly woman died in a 5 a.m. house fire on Pegotty Drive Northeast in
Gregory A. Oakes, 51, owner of three Howland-based security companies, is facing additional criminal charges
Until a several years ago, Lena Pilgrim was like a lot of Warren residents — she really didn’t know anything about Dave Grohl
Alan Stanley, 49, pleaded guilty to two charges relating to an inappropriate relationship with a McDonald High School student
Locking up Detroit drug dealers won’t stop drug abuse, officials say
Artist Aaron Chine of Warren works on restoring a mural he created in David Grohl Alley which was destroyed by a vandal. Chine organized the clean-up project, which got underway Saturday afternoon.
Sean O’Brien is attempting to hold onto the seat in the Ohio Legislature he first earned in 2010 and successfully defended in 2012.
Dr. Humphrey Germaniuk, Trumbull County coroner, says people often ask him whether overdose deaths are the result of a “bad batch” of heroin. He frequently has to explain that it’s actually the reverse.
Frank Fuda says Trumbull County kept its finances in order over the seven years he’s been county commissioner.
Kalli Ioannou was shocked and greatly upset when she saw a 14-year-old boy walking bruised and naked
Kevin T. Johns, 24, was sentenced to the maximum prison term for raping one woman and kidnapping another
Clean Energy Future Lordstown LLC has asked Lordstown to rezone 57 acres to industrial so it can build on Salt Springs Road.
Gregory A. Oakes, 51, operator of two Howland-based security companies, has pleaded not guilty to 10 counts of forgery and 10 counts of tampering with records.
It’s a little clearer now why Regan Jelks is charged in Taemarr Walker’s death.
The Warren Fire Department has been denied a replacement grant and is making plans to have six fewer firefighters starting May 27
The Warren non-profit organization Inspiring Minds was able to double this year the number of children and young adults it helped with its various educational programs, and it asked those attending its annual gala to help double that number again.
Police have filed criminal charges against 35-year-old Florida resident Kurtis Aguilera, charging him with vandalizing some of the art in David Grohl Alley. Now they have to locate him.
Grand jury clears officer in death of Warren man, indicts woman
Warren man sentenced to 10 years in prison for shooting house containing four girls
Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags
A 48-year-old South Street woman can be heard telling a dispatcher about 10 times “We got shot, we got shot, we got shot”
The Ohio Rights Group has about 15 percent of the signatures it needs by July 2 to put the Ohio Cannabis Rights Amendment on the November ballot.
Mahoning County substance-abuse official speaks to Congressional panel
Court documents say state investigators were searching for information on whether four allegations of misconduct occurred
On the day the Cafaro Foundation pledged $100,000 to the to help secure daily air service at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport, a Warren City Council committee heard a presentation regarding a $30,000 contribution.
Though Warren man Keelan Harris told a Vindicator reporter in 2011 he was a mere employee of his brother, Kevin Harris, during the years Kevin Harris operated a $20 million Ponzi scheme, the federal judge has suggested he could serve a long prison term if convicted.
Survey results show interest in Vienna-Chicago flights
Ohio has moved quickly in the past six months to provide greater access to the drug Naloxone to reverse the effects of an overdose
Veronica Baragona of Niles, a daughter of murder victim Laura L. Michael, said only four words to her uncle, Bradley E. Milligan, as she stood across from him Thursday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court: “I still love you.”
Dozens of people streamed into town Monday to look at the block-long destruction of some of the town’s oldest buildings that resulted from a Saturday-afternoon fire on Main Street.