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Police said officers tried to pull the driver over on McCartney Road, when he took off through several neighborhoods in speeds in excess of …
The gas company met with neighbors at City Hall on Thursday to answer questions about its new $2 billion project.
The improvements to the Lily Pond have made the facility more accessible, according to the park.
Crenshaw is banned from school property due to the incident.
The 25 year old was arrested at the Motor Inn Drive in October.
Jamaur Brown was arrested during a police raid in November of a North Park Avenue home.
Police said Streeter robbed and assaulted a man near the Christy House on Main Avenue NW.
Wesley Sanders, who has six prior OVI convictions, was indicted on a charge of operating a vehicle under the influence in Boardman.
Salem Welding’s expansion is not yet up and running, but the company says it hopes to be operating there by the end of February.
After a fire tore through her Weathersfield Township home Wednesday afternoon, April Fintor, a single mother of two teenagers, came back to …
The thieves reportedly made off with several thousand dollars worth of jeans.
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Experts said they understand people wanting to keep their homes from freezing, but they added that residents need to keep the risks in mind …
Bazetta Police said the two are wanted for questioning in connection to two thefts at the store in consecutive days.
The order, granted Thursday by Judge Andrew Logan, according to a press release, requires Warren Steel to continue operating its plant to pr…
Dr. Emma Fraser Pendleton was the keynote speaker at the breakfast.
In 2014, Ohio had the second largest number of overdose deaths in the nation, and more than 1,000 of those overdoses were from heroin alone.
A township zoning administrator also revealed what will happen to a gas station across the street.
Niles Superintendent Ann Marie Thigpen told WKBN that the threat came in as a telephone call to one of the high school’s secretaries.