A five-year agreement was signed to maintain the arena’s name through April 2021.
The structure will become the new headquarters for Phantom Fireworks.
Police say the driver appeared to have suffered from a medical condition.
Details are being presented about the proposed 225-mile pipeline, which will run through parts of Columbiana County.
The strike impacts over 100,000 students, some of whom were confused Wednesday after showing up to class with no one there.
The accident happened just before 11:30 p.m. Tuesday on I-680 northbound near the Market Street exit.
Chief J.T. Panezott wants the drugs off the streets because people in Salem and nearby Leetonia are dying.
Officers found 15 .223 rounds, five .45 casings, one .45 round and a 9mm round laying in front of 1670 Sweetbriar SW.
Jon Husted says Ohio state laws make it difficult for election fraud to happen.
The woman told officers that he bent her over and said, “This will only take a minute.”
Officials at the cemetery estimate that the damage will cost anywhere from $15,000 to $20,000 to repair.
The Federal Aviation Administration has been constantly updating and changing the rules as the technology continues to improve.
Police in Warren say charges are pending in an accident Monday on U.S. 422 that sent four people to the hospital.
The students wrote letters to local shelters, letting victims know they’re not alone.
After training, volunteers may be sent across the U.S. to help those in disaster areas.
Bill Johnson went to the cafeteria to see how it’s handling the Smarter Lunchrooms program, which aims to help kids make healthy choices.
The congressman says the system, which has 450,000 disability appeals claims on backlog and long wait times, needs to be reformed.
Project managers are the first point of contact in the event of a problem.
Police said the suspect was arrested after he was found staring at staff outside of Mayor Doug Franklin’s office.
One driver was cited after the crash, which injured another woman.
Police are investigating the circumstances that led to a toddler being found alone on a busy south side street Tuesday.
The audit found that the district could save more than $766,000 by reducing its open enrollment and realigning staff.