Two companies bid on a $1.5 million to $2 million Trumbull busing contract
Former Liberty woman sentenced to prison for son’s broken legs
DeChristofaro admits ethical violation but not guilt
Warren officials are disappointed their efforts to land a flat-screen television manufacturing facility in Vienna employing 500 people didn’t pan out
The Western Reserve Port Authority has authorized the sale of bonds to construct a $300,000 maintenance building to be shared by the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport and its main service provider, Winner Aviation.
Officials, bike riders, celebrate completion of central part of Warren bike trail
Investigators believe Rachel L. Davis was traveling from home to another relative’s house in Fowler Township at the time of the 6:35 p.m. head-on crash.
Keelan Harris, 37, of Warren, is in federal custody, detained by U.S. officials after he was indicted last week by a federal grand jury in the Ponzi scheme for which his brother, Kevin Harris, was sent to prison in 2012.
Nawal Picard, an Iraqi native who has lived in the Youngstown area 24 years and is married to a Christian pastor, understands that it’s not easy for average Americans to understand her culture. At the 2nd Annual Arab American Festival of Youngstown Saturday, Picard said there’s diversity in the Arab world, but also simplicity.
The third adult member of the Niles gang called Savage Inc., has been sentenced to prison.
Trumbull County jail to get full-time mental-health ‘navigator’
BP America donates meat from county fair to two Trumbull organizations
Warren officials plan to recruit minorities, women, local residents into fire jobs by talking in the schools.
Hubbard man sentenced to 18 months for crimes involving military statue and grave marker
An inspector with the Ohio Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors executed a search warrant at the McDermitt Funeral Home on Warren Avenue Friday, seizing the cremated remains of 42 people.
Two attorneys have filed arguments in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court regarding who pays for two sewer projects installed a decade ago.
Construction begins on Eastlake MetroPark in Cortland
Next week, Trumbull County commissioners are expected to approve a new fee structure for dog registrations from $14 per dog to $18 per year.
Police say Thomas F. Everidge, 54, of Kinsman was crossing U.S. Route 422 in Warren when a vehicle hit and killed him.
Two men indicted on aggravated burglary, kidnapping charges
Mesopotamia meeting addresses concerns about alcohol, other criminal activity
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For the first time four years, some Trumbull County workers are no longer under a pay freeze.
Trumbull County commissioners on Monday adopted a resolution stating their intention to proceed with the $10.6 million second phase of the Kinsman Sanitary Sewer Project.
These are not glory days in the lives of two former Warren football standouts being prosecuted on drugs and weapons charges.
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins is urging the Ohio Parole Board to keep Christopher Ferrell, 37, behind bars for the rest of his life for killing a 19-year-old Newton Township man during a 1992 burglary.
Chris Becker, assistant Trumbull County prosecutor, made it clear he doesn’t want to see Nichole Allen painted as a victim in the death of her husband, Terry Allen, on July 12.
Nor does evidence link the tavern to the shooting, owner says in federal lawsuit
To Steve Ficeti, the bocce tournament at the Italian-American Heritage Festival on Courthouse Square is a great combination of competition and ancestry.
Two purported burglars charged with murder
Two cousins of a 19-year-old Warren woman arraigned Thursday on a charge accusing her of accidentally shooting an 18-year-old friend to death say the situation is hard for everyone involved.
Trumbull County Prosecutor Dennis Watkins has advised the Niles Police Department that the actions of a Niles man who killed a purported burglar July 12 were justified, and he won’t be charged with a crime.
Police say Lakeisha Bell accidentally shot her friend McKayla Hopkins Friday night at Bell’s birthday party in Perkins Park, killing her.
A recently retired Warren Schools teacher and others are teaming up to help the teachers and students in Moore, Okla., return to fun and productive classrooms this fall.
The commissioners are expected today to approve a new biometric screening and wellness program for most county employees that they hope will improve the health of employees and bring down health care costs.
One Warren death ruled homicide, other one called ‘murder’
Howland might switch its vocational students from the Ashtabula County Technical and Career Campus in Jefferson to the Trumbull Career and Technical Center in Champion.
State Rep. Tom Letson of Warren, D-64th, says he will probably challenge the zoning violation notice he received for a house he owns on Foster Drive.
Trumbull ruling says plaintiffs from Mineral Ridge, Vienna get free sewers
Trumbull County commissioners approved another road use and maintenance agreement for the drilling of a horizontal well using hydraulic fracturing — this one in the southeast corner of Lordstown along the Mahoning County line.
The Ohio Auditor’s Office not has agreed to audit Sunshine Inc., a non-profit corporation that runs housing programs for the city of Warren.
Two Campbell police officers responded to a chaotic scene at 1:04 p.m. Saturday, finding four shooting victims inside a Seventh Street home and an injured suspect fleeing through back yards.
Few physical reminders of the Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal still exist, but a Warren marker teaches about canal that passed through the Mahoning Valley
Suzi Kim’s Spa has closed since July 1 for failing a surprise inspection.
The Niles Police Department arrested two suspects Friday who they believe were part of a deadly home burglary a week ago on state Route 46 just south of U.S. Route 422.
Antonio M. Price was sentenced to 14 years in prison Wednesday for firing an errant bullet outside of the Olympic Inn tavern, hitting a woman in the head who was sleeping in a house next door.
The high price of aircraft fuel over the past year has resulted in a large drop in the number of recreational aircraft flying in and out of the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport.
Cost to repair Trumbull County records may be at least $200,000.
About 130 boxes worth of records stored in the Trumbull County Archives office were damaged as a result of a sewer backup
Near the end of a long and chaotic day last July, Newton Falls Police Sgt. Stephen C. Storm spotted a white Dodge Stratus in the back of the Newton Township Cemetery at about 4 p.m.