Santa Claus arrives downtown Saturday afternoon in the Youngstown Holiday Parade and Festival. With buildings on Central Square reflected on the hood and windshield of his convertible, Santa seems at ease in our brisk wintery weather.
The judge said that according to Ohio law, any plea agreement must be put on the record in order to be valid.
Thanksgiving Day shoppers were in high spirits at Southern Park Mall in Boardman, which opened at 8 p.m., offering an early start to the Christmas shopping season. The mall stores and kiosks that opened on "Gray Thursday" attracted long lines of shoppers eager to get a jump on Black Friday deals.
By joe gorman email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Bill Marsh shook with sobs just minutes after a
Defense says the evidence in practically nonexistent
Nearby house searched
After almost 39 years, Frank Boyle’s hands shook as he identified crime-scene photos Monday of his best friend’s wife and 4-year-old daughter who were brutally murdered in December 1974.
Guns, ammunition also seized
Final pretrial hearing held in Ferrara case
Three of four have law enforcement experience
Suspect on probation for shooting partner
Accused of testing for drugs, failure to keep meetings
Had been missing before bones found
No contact orders given
Woman says John Dellick threatened her at YSU
Case set for trial later this month
Craig Hall, who is white, faces charges of aggravated menacing and ethnic intimidation.
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Next hearing slated for Tuesday
David T. Perkins, 23, of Niles, is the man police found dead in the driveway of a 266 E. Hilton Ave. home on the South Side Monday morning
Man found dead in driveway
Appeals court hears arguments in Agee case
Taking questions about a Saturday shooting in which a Warren policeman killed a suspect are, from left, Lt. Jeff Cole, Law Director Gregory Hicks, police Chief Eric Merkel and Safety Service Director Enzo Cantalamessa. The four met with media in city council chambers Saturday afternoon.Man shot by Warren cop dies
By joe gorman email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Voters can still vote for John Crea for Youngstown
Continuance granted in Ferrara case
Cops: Man overdoses in front of kids in CCA parking lot
By joe gorman firstname.lastname@example.org youngstown Derrick Howard-Ross admitted as he was being
By joe gorman email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN A Mahoning County Common Pleas Court judge shaved
At least three new officers by end of the month
Woman gets 25 years in child rape case
Dog pound gets help from groups in reducing population
City workers take rims and other items seized from a Ravine Road home in Youngstown to a truck Tuesday. Police served a search warrant at the home as part of an investigation into a series of burglaries on the East Side.
Both defendants had large amounts of cash when arrested
There was also a hit-and-run
The judge denied his attorney's request for a continuance
He abused the daughter of a relative who was suffering from cancer
Police Chief Rod Foley said an internal-affairs investigation is underway into how some evidence in a 2009 murder case that was dismissed may have been handled.
Rosanne Donofrio says she understands she may never get an answer as to how her husband, James, went missing in September 2011 and died.
By joe gorman firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Judge Maureen Sweeney of Mahoning County Common
Detectives: discipline meted out with BB, blow dart guns
He faces several charges
Chief says case is still open
By joe gorman email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The lawyer for a man suspected in a 2009 homicide
A mixture of household items poured in a solo cup reacts and catches fire during an explosion demonstration by the FBI and Youngstown Bomb Squad Thursday at Gennaro Paving in Lowellville.
A South Side man said someone broke into his home in the 700 block of East Judson Avenue Thursday afternoon and shot two of dogs, killing one.
One dog hanged; other dog bites man's face
Court orders new trial for man convicted of murdering baby
Defense claims someone tampered with jury selection
Case file contains names of many organized crime figures
Police Chief Rod Foley said members of an East Side street gang around the Victory Estates housing projects who were secretly indicted last week first came to their attention last year after a series of shootings.