The ban was canceled at 3 a.m. Sunday.
Limits were reduced due to snow.
Car rolled four times.
Members of the Warren Junior’s Women’s League have packed 125 bags of scarfs, gloves and hats and placed them around town.
With Friday’s frigid temperatures, hundreds of people in the Valley who don’t have a home were looking for a place to stay warm.
Giannios in Struthers has the shelves stocked with valentine specials.
Shannon Pavlansky-Wojtowicz is facing a charge of felony sexual battery.
The quiz is legit, part of an effort by the state to thwart … scams.
The father, who is now an advocate, has spent the past two years looking for ways to address social isolation.
Ryan said his growing family was a factor in his decision.
Regan Jelks was found not guilty of manslaughter, but was convicted on weapons charges.
The three people were among 10 present at the apartment when Campbell police said they found drugs and a loaded handgun.
Vision for Tomorrow is a program that connects young children from around the world through video conferencing.
Three of the proposed grow sites are in northeast Ohio.
Byrne, a Sky Terrier, lives with his owner in Boardman and will compete at Westminster for the fourth time.
Then high school principal has been placed on paid leave, but it is unclear why.
With Valentine’s Day coming up, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is warning Ohioans to be careful on online dating sites.
Vehicle recalls shot through the roof in 2014.
Blessed Sacrament Parish on Reeves Road was hit by copper thieves.
Police arrested a man for theft after a GPS tracking device led them to copper pipe he stole from a Pulaski business.