That, and other crimes reported in Niles this week.
Mayor Jim Melfi said the project was coming in $459 more than the estimated cost, so it has to be put back up to bid.
The case of a convicted sex offender, accused of kidnapping and killing a friend’s daughter, prompted questions about registration.
For those living on Detroit Avenue on the south side, a run-of-the-mill Friday evening turned into a chaotic crime scene.
Those who live by John Bove and the family of his 13-year-old victim are shaken by the events that unfolded over the past few days.
Some residents in Austintown and Youngstown have been under the advisory since a water main break Wednesday.
Investigators say they found close to 160 grams of the deadly drug in Thompson’s apartment.
There was also a baby in the car. At least one of the children was taken to the hospital to get checked out.
WKBN’s Gerry Ricciutti will be there, serving up his own cuisine.
The accident happened at State Route 305 and US 422.
Police and the Bureau of Criminal Investigation removed evidence from the house, including computers and software.
The items were sold on sites like eBay with forged signatures of athletes, and the sellers have been convicted.
A mom is facing charges after police say she put employees, parents, and children in fear after an outburst.
Charges are pending in a head-on crash in Indiana where a driver from Canfield hit another vehicle head-on, killing a small child.
The company’s new owner is taking to Twitter with updates.
U.S. Marshals and police in Mahoning County are looking for 23-year-old Brian Mims.
Two people are in the Trumbull County Jail after crashing into a house on Roosevelt Drive.
Their 4-year-old son was pictured being dragged by a preschool teacher down the hallway of Wilson School in Youngstown last week.
The Liberty native’s company, Riviera Creek, wants to turn an old Youngstown warehouse into a medical marijuana farm.
Police said John Bove — suspected of kidnapping and killing a 13-year-old girl — listed ways to change his identity and appearance.
Police said the marijuana was in large plastic baggies, ready for sale.
A business owner at the corner of Belmont and Rayen says the lights have been blinking for weeks.