Austintown police said they acted appropriately to subdue a suspect after he became combative during an arrest Tuesday.
It’s one of only 35 projects nationwide to receive a grant from the U.S. Department of Economic Development.
Even at 108, Thelma Thorton still has her wit, saying she “stopped counting” her many years
The incubator is expanding its reach to help fledgling businesses in Israel get their start.
Lance Hundley fired his attorneys last month. Now, he’s saying they’re not doing enough as his side counsel.
Akron Children’s Hospital in Boardman saw 140 children in its emergency room Tuesday.
Firefighters in Columbiana County are teaching students about safety and what to do if they are caught in a fire.
The 12-year-old girl told police that she heard him make lewd comments as she was getting ready for school.
A friend of the victim told police that Steen undressed the girl while she was sleeping, according to a police report.
Those who witnessed the crash are asked to call Highway Patrol at 330-533-6866.
The money raised will be used to help with transportation to court appearances, as well as medicine and food for children.
A social worker at Akron Children’s Hospital told police that Oxycodone was found in the girl’s blood.
A project is underway in Canfield to provide a safe playground for children of all abilities.
The owner said the machines were new and pictures of them were posted to Facebook to promote the business.
The woman was at a stop sign when a man approached her car and pointed a gun at her.
Some color changes are happening in the Valley, but it’s not at peak just yet.
Prosecutors say Nasser Hamad shot five people in a public display of violence outside his home on busy Route 46 in Howland Township.
Cassandra Kosovec said the fires raging in Northern California are unlike anything she’s ever seen.
Pay is $100 for Election Day and $10 for a training class.
The Warren house at the center of prostitution case will remain boarded up for now.
The house along Glenwood Avenue in Youngstown was taken by the city through spot blight laws and is part of a much larger vision.
Police will cite drivers of vehicles with any passengers under the age of 18 that are not wearing seat belts.