In West Farmington, hay bales weighing about a thousand pounds were blown into a ditch by the storm’s winds Sunday night.
Speaking in Youngstown, Sen. Sherrod Brown said he has a plan to make sure pensions have the money needed to stay afloat.
An investigator with the National Weather Service in Cleveland toured the damaged areas on Monday.
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Barnes had originally been charged with murder in the shooting death of Kenneth Evans over a year ago.
The roads will be closed to traffic for approximately 60 days.
Police reported finding beer, pills and guns after stopping a vehicle that was dragging metal down the road.
Grove City police accused Lamping of having sexually-explicit conversations with a 16-year-old girl.
Veterans Day is Saturday, Nov. 11.
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A meteorologist with the National Weather Service said tornadoes in November actually aren’t considered rare.
Police said Atkins, a resident, threw a remote and punched the woman multiple times in the face.
Chuck Rudge and his 8-year-old daughter were in the house when a tree came down through the bedroom.
The damage stretches from the northern corners of Trumbull County south all the way to East Liverpool.
An officer reported smelling marijuana when asking the driver if he needed help with the vehicle.
WKBN’s meteorologists say short-term forecasts are typically on point, but long ones are mostly based off trends.
Many Boardman homes and neighborhoods suffered some damage, as did Calcutta in Columbiana County.
It could be another day before power is restored for some customers in the Valley.
Family, friends and other local veterans all gathered on Federal Street to remember the men who gave their lives in Vietnam.
Police say a man is in the hospital after he was severely burned in a house fire on the west side of Youngstown.
Tod Avenue United Methodist Church opened a time capsule from 1965 after Sunday’s service.
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