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A local prison is preparing its inmates for everyday life in an attempt to break the cycle of incarceration.
A Youngstown Police officer said the man driving the car, who is 48, suffers from diabetes and narcolepsy.
The unveiling comes just weeks before the Samuel E. Lanza Veterans Resource Center is set to open.
The crash happened around 11:41 a.m.
Hunter surrendered his license after being cited by the State Medical Board in 2003 for Medicaid fraud and drug and alcohol dependency.
If passed, Ohio would be the fifth state to legalize marijuana.
The new “Star Trek” will introduce new characters in search of new worlds.
Business owners hope to change the tide with a rally Wednesday.
Early voting in Ohio ends Monday at 2 p.m.
Issue 2 would strike down any other amendment, that creates a monopoly, cartel or sets its own tax rate, like Issue 3 would for marijuana.
Miller’s defense attorney, Robert Ridge, says she’ll plead not guilty, but declined to comment on the specific allegations.
Youngstown-Warren still had the lowest prices in the state.
There were no injuries. Residents were moved outside for a short time.
The UAW members at Lordstown are voting on Thursday and Friday.
ODOT is taking advantage of the warm weather to make road repairs.
Even with the prospect of marijuana sales bringing in needed tax revenue, local leaders aren’t sold.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
The dinner is aimed at motivating people to get out and vote, as well as taking care of some logistics before the polls open.
Families came out to celebrate on Sunday.