In light of the tragic death of Girard’s Officer Justin Leo, Vienna’s fire chief said he didn’t want it to happen again.
Several people said that’s not enough — we could use even more.
The incubator cut the ribbon on its fifth building Monday. CEO Barb Ewing says the building will house two types of 3D printing companies.
Engineers say 5 Points on Western Reserve Road is a confusing intersection that often gets congested during peak traffic times.
According to a police report, officers responded to the Giant Eagle parking lot for several people “shooting up” in a brown Buick.
Authorities say deputies had responded to a call from the couple’s adult son about possible remains.
It’s the season of giving, but in Liberty, police said there has been a lot of taking.
A medical advancement is revolutionizing and modernizing the common procedure.
Those with information are asked to call 330-270-5108 or send a message to the Austintown Police Department’s Facebook page.
Chief Andrew Soloman was arrested last Thursday after the Bureau of Criminal Investigation searched the police department.
Austintown Police Lt. Bill Hoelzel is encouraging local churches to put together their own safety teams.
Police said Wallace was under the influence of alcohol and cocaine at the time of the crash.
On July 9, the victim reported the incident to the Sebring Police Department.
David Bailes, Jr. now faces a maximum of 50 years in prison.
An additional $13 million of additional improvements to the Struthers system are expected in 2018.
An effort to legalize marijuana for both recreational and medical use could soon be back on the ballot again.
That, and other crime reported in Girard last week.
The Warren Family Mission said it’s short on donations for its Christmas toy drive.
Some of the band’s hits include “September,” “Boogie Wonderland” and “Let’s Groove.”
A security guard reported that Blackmon knocked over display stands as he tried to escape.
There will also be local saturation patrols throughout Mahoning County this week and weekend.
Police said Lockhart admitted to passing off methadone as cocaine, which he said he sells.