Bishop George Murry said the governor chose him as one of two clergy in the group and the only member from the Valley.
The Seven Seventeen Credit Union was evacuated.
Workers at the scene said the female driver suffered a laceration across her forehead
The 13-year-old girl told police she had agreed to urinate in front of the 33-year-old man but never did so.
Responsible Ohio says it wants to set up five testing centers around the state.
Youngstown city council is expected to vote on a tentative deal next week.
Dominion officials said the gas release was actually a fail-safe feature for when the pressure in the pipes gets too high.
The crash happened in the vicinity of the Ohio State Penitentiary in Youngstown.
A simple backyard project opened up a prehistoric portal.
The state’s superintendent says the time students spend on testing can be cut by almost 20 percent.
Traffic, location and economic status of the local community play a role in gas pricing.
The reason for John Young’s departure was not immediately disclosed.
Mohawk Schools caution parents about a possible mumps case.
Sharon City Council recognized nine people for helping to “Save Santa.”
It is the largest increase in the size of the force since 1998.
A woman in Sharon had to check twice on her bathroom floor Wednesday morning and what she saw had her dialing 911.
Once the trophy makes its rounds, it will be displayed permanently at the Ohio State University.
The girl has since become 18 years old, but was a minor during the time frame spelled out in the indictments.
Jane Banning-Lucarell is asking area pawn shops to be on the lookout for her stolen jewelry.
School officials in Austintown and Struthers talked on Thursday about their safety protocols and how they are always changing.