The timing of the first real storm of 2015 may have been the biggest problem for those clearing the roads.
The fire broke out Tuesday morning.
The incident involved three officers and resulted in multiple injuries to the suspect.
Vaccinations have changed the way people look at many once-common diseases.
In June, workers at Exal voted by a 3-1 margin against union representation by the Teamsters union in three separate secret ballot votes.
The duplex on Ravine Street was a total loss.
Any money made on the signs will go to the Bazetta and Cortland police departments.
The decision to close the schools was precautionary.
The question over water pressure is reaching a boiling point between the city of Girard and Liberty Township.
The Trumbull Community Action Program is beginning its Winter Crisis Program.
The Cruze is once again Chevrolet’s bestselling car model.
The bus and pickup collided on Route 19 in Mercer County.
Executive Director Jim Echement says the facility is ready and has 30 extra cots with sleeping bags set up for the overflow.
Chief Robin Lees said he expects to hire in the immediate future to help form the Community Policing Unit.
The Girard Wok will reopen Tuesday after updating its fire suppression system.
Effective Monday, Jan. 5, anyone renewing or applying for the first time will get the new cards.
The man has not been seen since August, his brother said.
Police believe the man took some merchandise from the store.
The chain held its grand reopening Monday morning at their new 55,000-square foot space.
Williams will serve jail time as part of the deal.