Organizers say because racism isn’t as blatant as in years past, many people don’t realize it’s still a problem.
Police said the suspect stole from nine stores in the township, starting on June 22.
An 18-year-old victim is still in the hospital.
Police say the children, ages five and six, were covered in dirt. One girl wasn’t wearing shoes or a shirt.
The outage affected several local police departments.
A child in the house was released to her aunt, and the puppies were turned over to Animal Charity.
The woman was burned twice during a fight that escalated with her boyfriend.
Roshay Huff said students are less likely to graduate if they are behind by the end of freshman year.
“I don’t know where else to make any cuts that aren’t drastically going to alter people’s lives,” the city service director said as the dead…
They’re not surprised the 92-year-old left them a joke of sorts and while the ordeal with his grenades was stressful, they said he gets the …
WaterFire Sharon has been going on since 2013 and includes a full arts and music festival before the lighting of the braziers.
There are still 15-30 cats in the house, but a man living there has been bringing several cats to Animal Charity every day.
Quaker Steak and Lube didn’t give a reason for the rescheduled event, which is scheduled to take place September 16.
Firefighters and local kids helped rescue several historic items from inside Bontrager’s in West Farmington.
Police said Edwards caused the accident with his aunt’s car, which he used without permission while she was out of town.
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force released the results of its checkpoints on July 7 and 8.
Police said the 50-year-old woman’s head was bleeding when they arrived.
A neighbor’s car, which was parked outside, was also vandalized.
A man was shot and taken to the hospital with injuries after the shooting on Jefferson Street SW.
A woman told police that Calai, who was a friend, was upset at seeing her with the other man.
Monday morning, Joseph Yurich formally signed papers waiving his right to have a jury hear his case.
Arteum Brodeur, 24, was arraigned by video Monday morning in Warren Municipal Court.