Norwalk man charged in meth lab bust
The raid happened in back in March. The Norwalk Reflector reports authorities found an active meth lab in the apartment of Allen Mobberly, 32.
Fostoria woman has serious injuries after crash
We have an update to a car accident we reported on Thursday. It happened on State Route 199 at Eagleville Road.
Cleveland police visited kidnap street regularly
Police made regular crime runs to the Cleveland street where three women were held captive in a house over a decade before escaping.
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Stories Of Hope Amid America's 'Unwinding'
According to New Yorker writer George Packer, there used to be a kind of deal among Americans - a deal in which everyone had a place.
Sat May 18, 2013
Goshen cops join Mahoning County seatbelt campaign
The department, in conjunction with the Sebring and Smith Township police departments, will participate in the Click It and Win campaign Monday through June 2 in which anyone stopped and found wearing their seatbelt will receive a coupon to Charlie Staples Restaurant in Youngstown.
Beyond Bounds: Becky Culp Could Take Home An NCAA Crown
Hamline senior Becky Culp already has three All-American honors on her resume, but wants two more - and could possible add an NCAA title to it, too.
Thu May 16, 2013
Civil War prison topic of talk
ANDERSONVILLE PRISON TOPIC OF PROGRAM: The Kinsman Historical Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at the Kinsman Presbyterian Church parlor, 6383 Church St., with guest speaker James Carnes of Mercer, Pa.
Wed May 15, 2013
Friends tell of overdose
Friends of drug overdose victim Christine M. Sheesley told a jury Tuesday that she was eager to shoot up heroin on her 17th birthday and even used $50 of her birthday money to buy the drugs that killed her.
Wed. 4:29pm: Break-in at video store robbed
Police were contacted by a customer early Tuesday morning about a possible break-in at a local video rental store.
James D. Maderitz 1931-2013
James D. Maderitz, 81, passed away Monday evening, May 13, 2013, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown surrounded by his loving family.
Tue May 14, 2013
Trial begins in overdose death
Jurors seated Monday in a manslaughter trial will have to hear testimony from two friends of a Girard teen who died last year of a heroin overdose before determining the role of a Youngstown man charged with the female's death.
Mon May 13, 2013
Another Day in the (Gun Crazy) U.S.A.
On Saturday, a man shot two women at a home before using the gun to kill himself.
Man killed, mom wounded in Youngstown shooting
Police said 37-year-old Joseph Vanderpool was found dead on his front porch early Sunday.
Sun May 12, 2013
Susan M. Holt 1951-2013
Susan was born on July 30, 1951, the daughter of Frank A. and Linda Sirbuly Csiszar, in Niles, where she lived throughout her childhood and teenage years.
Fri May 10, 2013
ACTION recognizes safety forces
Saluting the Mahoning Valley's law enforcement for their contributions to helping those in the community was the theme this year for the 11th annual Alliance for Congregational Transformation Influencing our Neighborhoods banquet, which also recognized Habitat for Humanity for its efforts to help others.
Big Tap In organizers plan September beer festival
The organizers of the annual Big Tap In have decided to host another beer festival this September in Boardman focusing on firkins and fall seasonal brews.
Not on their watch
Members of a local veterans group showed up in force Thursday to watch a Hubbard man plead not guilty to desecrating the grave of a military veteran.
Thu May 09, 2013
YSU softball advances to winner's bracket final at Horizon League Championship
SANDUSKY, Ohio - Tune in to 21 News at 11 p.m. as reporter Matt Stone rides Cedar Point's latest addition to the rollercoaster family.
Obama Turns Attention to Manufacturing With New Executive Orders
The first executive order will launch competitions for three Manufacturing Innovation Institutes, partnerships focused on developing manufacturing technologies, and will call on Congress to set aside $1 billion for the creation of 15 such institutes modeled off a pilot program in Youngstown, Ohio.