Last year, nearly 35 percent of all adoptions in Trumbull County Probate Court involved children in the care of Children Services.
Shannon Pavlansky-Wojtowicz was convicted of having sex with three students last year.
The servicemen were killed while fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan’s Kunduz province, according to NATO.
The BBB says the company holding the seminar 163 complaints filed against it in the past 3-year period.
Jones said Donald Trump would seriously harm the economy and that he “exhibits deeply concerning behavior toward women.”
Youngstown Police Chief Robin Lees says his department had been shorthanded when it came to solving crimes.
A witness said Chamizo made an improper lane change, causing the accident that killed a Boardman man.
The Youngstown Water Department said that the water line has been repaired.
The high-rise apartments were evacuated around 9:45 a.m. for a fire that started on the fourth floor.
Shauna Barry-Scott was pardoned by President Obama in 2015, and now wants to dedicate her life to helping ex-cons get their lives back.
The accident happened about 5:40 a.m. Friday along US-422, near State Route 528 in Parkman Township.
The man who bought the heroin was found dead in a vacant lot in May, still clutching a needle in his hands.
The suspect told police that his victim had been threatening him and that management hadn’t taken any action to stop it.
Plans include updating the electrical system, gutter and window repairs and making the building handicap accessible.
Ohio ranks near the top out of all states for human trafficking.
Dispatcher Deborah Hartman and Officer Jeoffrey Ballard’s actions changed the Sterling family’s lives forever.
CEO Krish Mohip’s initial draft didn’t mention discipline, but the Academic Distress Commission wants to include it.
Charges have been filed against two suspects from Struthers.
Police said a woman threw a lamp, which officers found shattered in the driveway, at her neighbor.
For the last three months, the Boardman hospital has delivered 735 babies, which is about eight per day.
The project has four permanent housing units and one transitional unit.
For the second time in 2 days, officers took Krevas to jail, where police said he threatened to kill his girlfriend when released.