On one of coldest days of the year, 20 or so people had a free lunch and answered an annual survey about homelessness.
A Niles man pleaded innocent Tuesday to operating a motor vehicle impaired and child endangering
Work on the $1.73 million second phase of the Warren bike trail in the central part of the city is under way and likely to be complete in late spring.
The recent rainfall and melting snow put Mosquito Lake’s water levels back up to normal after last summer’s drought.
Young people would be well served if schools could educate them on how to manage their social-media accounts.
Trumbull prosecutor opposes parole for murderer who violated parole Trumbull County Prosecutor
Local, state federal officials focus on mental-health Though gun control and school threats
Two men describe sex abuse at hands of former Warren JFK trainer
A 21-year-old North Cedar Street, Niles, man has been indicted on charges of attempted murder and felonious assault for his part in a Nov. 16 assault in Niles.
A 16-year-old Warren Township girl was released from the Trumbull County Juvenile Justice Center after allegedly making a threat against a LaBrae High School teacher and others on Facebook Friday morning.
As far as James Epstein, former Mercer County, Pa., district attorney is concerned, Shawn Jarrett, 49, isn’t just any ex-con.
A 25-year-old man is in the Trumbull County jail, wanted in the Bronx in a Jan 3 murder of a New York City crossing guard.
The Youngstown State University Board of Trustees has formed a 17-member committee and announced Friday it will hire the company AGB Search Inc. to help them attract hundreds of candidates in a nationwide search.
Two buddies from Mathews High School were arraigned Wednesday on felony charges — one for allegedly making remarks that caused panic at the high school, the other for allegedly vandalizing a teacher’s house in Niles last week.
The Trumbull County Engineer’s Office is making plans for 15 to 20 well horizontal gas and oil wells this year, and ‘probably more we’re not aware of,’ one official said.
The Trumbull County commissioners on Wednesday authorized sending a letter to the Ohio Ethics Commission requesting an investigation into a complaint by current Trumbull County Engineer Randy Smith.
A Trumbull county grand jury will decide whether a 29-year-old Warren woman will stand trial on charges that she committed felonious assault on a 43-year-old Woodbine Avenue woman.
The United States Supreme Court unanimously ruled Tuesday that a Trumbull County Death Row inmate cannot indefinitely prevent his execution.
A private-public committee has created a list of 12 Warren economic-development projects that may sound familiar
Democratic Trumbull County Board of Elections member Mark Alberini said the 2-2 vote Monday on whether to further reduce the number of voting precincts in Trumbull County demonstrates ‘democracy at work.’
Glenn Brugler says it’s “kind of neat” that his last name will be attached to Trumbull County’s first horizontal gas and oil well, but there is also a bit of sadness on another level.
Carol Wilson and her husband, Kenny, don’t feel that the efforts of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and Ohio Attorney General’s Office to collect $70,000 in fines from them are fair.
The city and owner of the bar where a man was killed early New Year’s Day have reached an agreement whereby the bar will close and temporarily surrender its liquor license to the state.
Shooting death of Cory Blackwell apparently happened near a crowded dance floor at an East Market Street bar.
Changes to the state retirement system prompted many of the retirements
U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission has worked the past two years to impose civil penalties and return some of the $15.7 million the enterprise stole from hundreds of investors.
Municipal Court prosecutor says mental-health issues cause some people to end up in trouble with the law
He has been charged with nearly 100 crimes since 1998
Retiring judge says government policies changed the nature of crime
A Girard man who has battled a type of cancer called multiple myeloma for five years spent 12 weeks in Arkansas receiving treatments that he and his family hope will give him a lasting remission.
In 2010 and 2011, seven elected officials filed paperwork as required by state law indicating that they would be retiring before the start of their next term in office.
Her criminal career began at 19 with an arrest in Youngstown
Merger of dog kennel and welfare league is under negotiation
By ED RUNYAN firstname.lastname@example.org WARREN What could be more politically incorrect than offering
Another OVI conviction produces 5-year prison term
The Trumbull County Children Services Board, which voluntarily provided quarterly reports on its visitation policies and practices to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services since the spring, will instead give annual reports.
Port cements ties with Mahoning River Corridor Initiative
By ED RUNYAN email@example.com WARREN Three years ago, before the Nov. 11, 2012, gunfight
Falls council refers question to Ethics Commission
Warren police announce promotions, retirement
Marijuana is still illegal under federal law, illegal in Ohio, will show up on a drug screen required for many jobs and will most likely prevent someone from getting hired
Attorney advises Johnston, other townships, on drilling amendments
Cara Kowalczyk, left, and Michelle Peterson, 4, of Lordstown, reflect on the victims of Friday’s Newtown, Conn., elementary school massacre. The two attended a vigil in Founder’s Park in Lordstown on Sunday evening.
A Trumbull County jury found Joy Hodge, 29, of Warren guilty of murder, felonious assault and child endangering in the death of her 15-month-old daughter, A’Nana Brantley.
Time of death contradicts defendant’s testimony
Amanda Hall, a 32-year-old woman convicted of child endangering for injuring a 19-month-old girl she was babysitting, has been denied early release.
Christians who may never make it to Bethlehem to visit the Church of the Nativity still can have the light of Christ in their own homes.
Downtown has “had more investment in the last two years than in the past 10 years,” the director of Warren’s nonprofit Warren Redevelopment and Planning Corp. told a council committee.
Warren woman goes on trial in death of daughter. Joy Hodge faces a possible life prison sentence if convicted or murder, felonious assault and child endangering.
Man and woman remain in jail on cruelty charges