A dozen or so people gathered on the new segment of the Western Reserve Greenway to dedicate it to Commissioner Paul Heltzel, who died last June.
Warren police release video of officer as he shoots Warren man
Teajuanna J. McKinnon, 37, and the boyfriend she’s accused of shooting to death on Saturday have a history of domestic violence.
Former state Rep. Thomas Letson announced he will run in 2016 for state senator for the 32nd District.
A sergeant with the Ohio State Highway Patrol says the man who struck and killed a pedestrian on Belmont Avenue in January has told an investigator he did have a valid prescription for a drug found in his system at the time of the crash.
Joe Lynn, the corrections officer taken hostage for several hours April 23, 2014, by three inmates in an isolation pod in the Trumbull County jail, said he was not real happy with a fellow corrections officer in the months after it happened because of the other officer’s slow response to his being taken hostage.
If Warren needed an example of how African Americans can achieve, it need look no farther than longtime Warren Water Department Director Bob Davis.
The president of Clean Energy Future revealed a few more eye-popping facts Wednesday as the Trumbull County commissioners approved a 100 percent, 15-year tax abatement for the natural-gas-fueled power plant the company plans to start building this October in the Lordstown Industrial Park on Henn Parkway in Lordstown.
Truck driver Charles W. Hillyer, 46, of state Route 7 in Burghill, pleaded not guilty Monday
Brandon Welz, 29, of South Street, is facing a misdemeanor criminal trespassing charge after he was arrested Saturday for purportedly breaking into a storage building on West Market Street in Warren Township.
Cindy Novak says she thinks checking on a customer having health problems last month was a simple act.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol has turned over its investigation into the Jan. 28 traffic-related death of pedestrian Amy Huffman of Liberty to Girard Municipal Court Prosecutor Michael Bloom.
Cellular phone apps bring weather warnings to people wherever they are.
Joyce Dripps, a survivor of the May 31, 1985, large tornado, reminisces with photos taken in the immediate aftermath of that disaster at her Hubbard home, which was damaged by the twister as she and her guests took shelter in the basement.
On a busy night in Warren, the officer was without backup when the suspect showed up with a shotgun.
The mother of a Parma boy who was shot to death by his cousin May 8 in Leavittsburg said she thinks it’s terribly wrong that the man who killed her son, Thomas Catalde Jr., wasn’t even arrested for several days after the shooting.
Sheriff Thomas Altiere is backing away from an earlier pledge to make a quick decision regarding the possible firing of a deputy
“I still get high today, and it’s free — when their eyes are shining and their families care and get those hugs, that’s my high,” said Marty Taft, director of operations at the Ed Keating Center in Cleveland.
Donna Tolley and the 17 other massage therapists from 12 countries she traveled with in Nepal starting in April went to the South Asian country planning to hike and offer therapeutic massage to the people of the high Himalayan villages.
In addition to giving up 20 percent of the left lobe of his liver to a gravely ill child, David Denovchek, 28, of Niles, will also give up his own short-term health.
There were no leaks in the holding tanks or liner at the Kleese Development Associates injection-well facility in Vienna
The Western Reserve Port Authority has awarded a contract of $4,587,000 to Kirila Contractors of Brookfield to make improvements to the Midfield Taxiway at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport.
Meeting was intended to bring clout to the counties that have experienced the ill effects of brine injection wells.
Discussed the merits of the eight candidates for the authority’s executive director position.
The training institute would be built on 60 acres provided by Kent State University at Trumbull.
Seven men submitted applications by Friday’s deadline to become executive director of the Western Reserve Port Authority, including one attorney and two current airport executives.
Jesse A. Hayes, 15, a student at Parma High School, died Monday afternoon in Cleveland MetroHealth Hospital, where he had been flown for treatment of a shotgun wound to the head.
A flood of police officers made about 600 traffic stops in the Warren area Friday morning through Sunday morning and made about 60 arrests
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Judge Peter Kontos of Trumbull County Common Pleas Court held a hearing Friday to begin to determine whether the wife of a man charged with murder will testify in his trial, set for Sept. 8.
Sixty-four corrections officers at the Trumbull County jail will receive base pay increases averaging 38 cents per hour for three years retroactive to Jan. 1, 2014.
David E. White of Garrettsville will spend the next 10 years in prison for having sex with a 13-year-old Garresttsville runaway at a Southington campground throughout last summer.
Trumbull Land Bank to demolish another 75 homes with additional funding
Police today continued to investigate two robberies 10 minutes apart from each other Friday night at two Warren gas stations, one of which injured two to three people.
Atty. Gary Rich hoped he would be able to honor his father, Albert Rich, with the Bronze Star Medal his father earned while serving during World War II.
A young man on probation in his court had died from a heroin overdose
Hearing in June will determine whether Larosa will be tried as an adult
The city’s administrative assistant purchasing coordinator accused of failing to pay city income taxes
Warren attorney Nancy Yakubek has been placed on one year of monitored probation
Attorney for Trumbull County says sewer contractor may have committed fraud
Judge Sandra Stabile Harwood will decide soon whether to keep the records in Larosa’s murder case closed to the public.
Phyllis J. Wilson, who stole $142,772 over 4 1/2 years as Niles assistant treasurer, to serve six months in the Trumbull County jail.
Jailed for failing to pay Ohio sales taxes and Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation payments, forging documents and tampering with records
Shawn Jarett served a 30-year prison term in Pennsylvania for a 1982 murder
More than 200 substance abuse professionals and others turned out for the day-long Alliance for Substance Abuse Opiate Summit
The next meeting is tentatively set for 10:30 a.m. May 12 at Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport
One judge will handle the juvenile court case involving Jacob Larosa of Niles and the public-records matter involving his aggravated murder charge.
The city is purchasing four video surveillance cameras to catch people making a mess by dumping trash in areas such as the bike trail
Wants the Ohio Department of Natural Resources fully explain what caused the spill of 2,000 gallons of oil
A cable median rail is like a guardrail, but it goes in the median and makes use of high-tension cables