The accidents happened just after 6 a.m., near Route 305.
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Employees said he jumped over the counter, showed the gun, and demanded money from the register.
It had been shipped by Amazon “Warehouse Deals” via UPS from a facility in Massachusetts.
Once a month, students pick a local nonprofit organization to receive the money.
The track is being torn up at Maple Avenue.
On-site applications and interviews will be conducted Tuesday with Staff Right managers.
Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 28.
Jury selection began Monday in the cases against David Madumelo, Daniel Kitchen and Jawonn Hymes.
Hospital in Sharon, Warren and Youngstown now have a new name as part of a rebranding effort.
WKBN has set up a form for viewers to leave memories of Girard Officer Justin Leo and Youngstown Battalion Chief Ronald Russo.
A Cortland man driving a motorcycle was killed Sunday when he crashed into the back of a dump truck.
The man fired a .9mm caliber pistol at the 17-year-old, narrowly missing him but hitting the teen’s car.
Saint Dominic’s Church in Youngstown hosted the 7th annual Neighborhood Harvest.
That, and other crime reported in Canfield.
HarbisonWalker announced Saturday that a new labor agreement has been reached.
Girard Mayor Jim Melfi was fighting back tears as he described officer Justin Leo’s character and how his colleagues will remember him.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol said it happened along US 224 and Market Street in front of Walgreens around 10:45 p.m.
Girard police were called to the 400 block of Indiana Ave. just after 10 p.m. Saturday night for a domestic related incident.
The 2015 Austintown Fitch grad scored on TD runs of 79, 92 and 4 yards.