A man living in the home said the group had rifles and duffle bags.
The food was provided through 148 member agencies, mobile pantries and backpack programs.
Developers hope this restaurant will be a destination point, attracting more people to the area.
Deputy Engineer Gary Shaffer said they’ve been able to keep on top of snowy days.
Investigators say he was responsible for two armed robberies in Struthers and Campbell last month.
The 80-year-old left his Cuyahoga Falls home Thursday evening and didn’t return.
A drone pilot who works for a building inspection company in Canfield said it’s as big of a technology boom as computers and cell phones.
The tradition has been going on for 30 years, but there was a complaint last month from a non-profit organization in Wisconsin.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman over the past week.
Captain Barry Finley has been with the Youngstown Fire Department for 24 years.
A Canfield man facing drug charges is now facing more trouble with the law.
The project is in the beginning stages and was discussed at Thursday’s Mahoning County Commissioners’ board meeting.
Police in Campbell hope the community can help them identify a man who robbed the Dollar Tree on McCartney Road.
Police said the woman was trying to get rid of her 10-week-old puppy on Facebook before leaving it behind in a vacant apartment.
Michelle Bennett, Gina Burger’s adoptive mother, didn’t mince words in court about the man who killed her daughter.
The license was auctioned off on Thursday morning.
Williams pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute heroin, cocaine and crack cocaine.
Two large career and technical centers in the Valley are hosting open houses Thursday.
A Girard couple who worked for Niles City schools is suing the district after one of them was fired.
With February being Children’s Dental Health Awareness Month, dental professionals are stressing the need to get children to the dentist ear…
The township and city haven’t always cooperated on economic development, but this project would be in both municipalities’ best interest.
It’s a $4 to $5 billion project and the jobs created would be of the well-paid rocket scientist type.