Water was pouring from the break on Austin Street N.W.
A Youngstown man who skipped out on sentencing last year on a felonious assault charged was picked up Monday morning in Youngstown.
Homes and businesses in three counties were affected.
The work is part of a $6.5 million project on Route 224, near Route 11.
The train made a second trip to and from Ashtabula on Sunday.
The victim was found on West Indianola near Market Street.
The incident happened in a parking lot on East State Street.
There were scattered showers with heavy rain and thunder.
Adults were also among the fans of slimy, slithery creatures.
It’s now known as the Saint James Meeting House in Boardman Park.
The dogs were rescued and are recovering at an Akron facility.
Supporters gathered at Mill Creek Park Saturday demanding total transparency after the water issues at the park’s lakes.
When summer temperatures soar, a vehicle can quickly turn into a death trap for animals.
Citing philosophical differences, the school board on Saturday accepted the resignation of Superintendent Kent Polen.
Authorities have confirmed that a 4-year-old boy did not survive after walking away from his grandparents’ home.
Students from YSU are trying to fight blight, and they are starting with vacant houses in their own backyard.
Nicholas Kovacs was arrested by U.S. Marshals and Boardman police on Friday afternoon.
The 19-car train will leave the Covelli Centre Saturday and Sunday morning and head for Ashtabula, returning in the evening.
The Boardman campus of St. Elizabeth was built under Bob Shroder’s tenure.
Lowe’s donated the flowers and bushes the volunteers were planting.