The Circle Restaurant’s owners said the dining area was heavily damaged by Friday’s fire but that they hope to be back open soon.
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Clean Energy Future is one step closer to being able to build a second energy plant in Lordstown.
As a condition of his bond, he must stay on house arrest and was ordered to have no contact with the alleged victim.
The couple said they are pleased with President Trump’s harsh words for North Korea.
Nasser Hamad is accused of killing two people and hurting three others at his Howland home in February.
One witness said it’s unnerving that this happened on what he described as a usually quiet street.
Officers said her children — aged 8, 5, and 10 months — were left unattended while their mother snorted heroin in the bathroom.
A blue Gothic Cottage to the right of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library is for sale for $1.
The family of Tim Adams received a special resolution recognizing the man’s selfless acts of courage.
The 51-year-old man was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Police said he shot the family cat in front of two kids because it was bothering birds around his bird feeder.
The fire department is partnering with Baby Box University to reduce high infant mortality rates in Trumbull County.
Charles Nader and former mayor Ralph Infante face theft in office and other charges.
Prosecutors say from 2012 to 2015, McMenamy’s failed to pay more than $13,000 in workers’ compensation.
Despite a shooting near the basketball courts that injured a 19-year-old, residents are showing off positive improvements they’re making.
Corey Bradley’s body was found about 50 miles away from where she dropped him off in Warren the night before.
“It’s really, really just overwhelming. I thought I was alone and now I know that I’m not,” Daniel Worstell said.
Dawn Inc. is planning to build a new 76,000 square foot facility, which could cost between $575,000 and $750,000.
Their instructor said any department will be “very fortunate” to have these guys come on board.
Nasser Hamad’s attorneys asked a judge to remove the death-penalty option and move the trial.
His girlfriend said he chased her with the vehicle, swerving toward her while threatening to run her over.
Police said they found numerous syringes and spoons in a bedroom with a 4-month-old.