The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles is now accepting credit cards, but it will cost extra.
Fortunately for the bird, the 84 mph cutter missed by mere inches.
Poisonous plants can be lurking almost anywhere.
Dispatchers suspected something was wrong when the man didn’t answer a call around 7 a.m. Monday.
The last remaining blast furnace is scheduled to be torn down at the end of July.
A fire tore through an apartment building in Newton Falls late Sunday night.
Although they are reserves now, Chief Robert Gavalier says he hopes they will be full-time by the end of this year.
They will be there for two weeks, passing out meals and providing shelter for people who lost their homes.
Members of the Trumbull County Democratic Party will choose a new auditor for Warren this week.
Hillary Clinton’s decision could have an impact on the Democratic party’s efforts to take control of the Senate.
The Police Department says items have been stolen from unlocked cars over the last few nights.
The Mahoning Valley Sanitary District mailed notices out to its customers about a failure to test for e. Coli in 2015.
When officers arrived, she told them she was shot in the heart.
The robber reportedly told the pastor, “Thank you Father, you will never see me again,” after stealing money at gunpoint.
Police said Worden was found unconscious in his vehicle on Parkman Road, and suspected heroin was found in his wallet.
Open interviews for Public Health Nurses will be held on Tuesday.
Primanti Bros. is bringing its Pittsburgh-born sandwiches to Niles this week.
Damages are estimated at $750,000.
There was one felony arrest for possession of prescription drugs and five traffic citations issued.
Voters in Youngstown already turned down the ban five times at the polls.