The Weathersfield Township Fire Department is calling the incident a fatal fire.
Organizers went door-to-door and placed signs along the streets, reminding parents to send their kids to school.
Police found marijuana after searching a vehicle during a traffic stop Friday afternoon.
According to a police report, the man did not have a CCW permit and is charged with improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle.
Officers said the man initially lied about what happened, saying that a teenager stabbed him at a party.
Police said the man took lawn equipment from St. James Catholic Church and left in a maroon-colored van.
Two new signs are now up in Trumbull County, honoring the life of a fallen soldier nearly 33 years after his death.
For weeks, dump trucks have been hauling dirt and other materials to the site of the old Wean United plant, which was torn down last year.
According to court papers, a person of interest in the case used Difrischia’s card at the Hermitage Walmart on May 10.
The Dragon Wagon and about $5,000 worth of merchandise was destroyed, with just six days until the start of the season.
Prosecutors say the suspect met a pair of teenage girls through social media and had improper contact with them.
Police say Kovachik convinced the victim to sign over power of attorney and then cashed her savings bonds.
Officers said they had to tase the man several times to get him to spit out a baggie of drugs in his mouth.
Crestview Schools is the first district in the area to use a new technology, designed to stop the spread of germs.
The man struggled with an officer during a traffic stop and punched him in the face, according to police.
An indictment charges Alisha Bowers with setting fire to an East High Avenue home on April 16.
The closure was part of a road-widening project on Interstate 80.
Investigators say Chauncey Chandler shot 25-year-old Jesse Harden, found lying on a sidewalk with gunshot wounds.
Police said Clark tried choking her boyfriend with a phone charger while he was driving with her child in the back seat.
The Canfield Fair says it will remove all hogs from the fairgrounds at the closing of the fair on Thursday, September 1.
The CCA, which owns a facility in Youngstown, said the move only affects 7 percent of its business.
The driver was heading south in the northbound lanes of the interstate between Meridian Road and Route 711.