Armani Slappy’s grandmother said he had a big smile and was a typical boy who liked to do boy things.
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Maico and his partner, Officer Nicolas Ritchie, will help keep St. Elizabeth’s staff, patients, and visitors safe.
The district serves around 3,000 meals every day.
Brandon Akuszewski has had his eyes set on West Point since sixth grade.
While there’s a lot of work to do before gates open in July, the main projects are the Historic Village and the Bazetta Christian Church.
Crews say fighting a fire in a mobile home can be particularly challenging.
Other recommendations include a special improvement district downtown, upgrading the website, and zoning changes.
The pole was on top of the truck at the corner of Glenwood Avenue and Canfield Road.
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Some of Bresha’s family say she killed her dad to protect her mother from abuse. Others say the teen was acting out.
Students and teachers are looking forward to new, expanded programs.
One Trumbull County commissioner said he thinks there could be a resolution reached.
The Ohio Democratic Party chairman said the key issues are how to bring in new jobs and stop jobs from leaving.
Police said the investigation is ongoing and additional arrests may be made.
The children’s father told police the woman has a heroin problem.
It’s a different side of the courtroom where everyone is all smiles.
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Many people enjoyed the mild winter, but for farmers, a warm winter can lead to problems with disease pressure.