That, and other crimes reported in Girard.
Police said the robbery happened around 9 p.m. on Friday.
The former Boardman and Cleveland Browns quarterback came back for a big rally ahead of Friday’s game with Cardinal Mooney.
Police said the murder could have happened more recently or as late as two days ago.
Overnight, 15 people overdosed and health officials say this month is on track to surpass March’s high of 189 total overdoses.
Advocates say Issue 1 will make sure victims get justice but prosecutors argue it will just cost taxpayers more money.
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown this week.
Raymond Beatty’s attorney said the township gives away the road grindings that Beatty is accused of stealing.
Savo Bar and Grille will ship the donations to help the millions of people impacted on the Caribbean island.
Union leaders said it will be easier to negotiate contracts with one union, rather than making two deals.
One vehicle was driving on State Route 534 while the other was pulling out from East River Road.
A social worker at Akron Children’s Hospital reported that the 1-year-old boy had injuries consistent with abuse.
The debate will answer questions about the issue on the ballot, known as the Ohio Drug Price Relief Act.
A university spokesman confirmed that the person died outside of Stambaugh Stadium.
Now freshmen at YSU, the Stoy brothers watched their father run a business. Now, they’re following in his footsteps.
Organizers say fun events like this help bring attention to a problem that, for many, hits close to home.
Youngstown Police Detective Sgt. Pat Kelly said prostitution problems were beginning to escalate.
The three were arrested during a traffic stop on Thursday afternoon.
Saturation patrols will be conducted throughout the weekend in support of the checkpoint.
The dead fish were first noticed on the beach on August 29.
Someone reported seeing the child driving and almost wrecking the car twice.
A video producer, and a family member of Yankee Lake owners, hopes to make a documentary on the facility’s history.