Some forms of treatment will not be permitted at the new Family Recovery Center because it’s within 500 feet of the children’s facility.
The homeowner, Faroq Moonda, happens to be the adopted son of a Mercer County doctor who was shot and killed in 2005.
Inside the car, troopers found two loaded pistols, an assault rifle, and suspected cocaine with the two small children.
A secret indictment accuses Jacklyn Cropper and Joel White of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.
The elderly Boardman man accused of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old boy made his first court appearance Tuesday.
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown over the past week.
The man from Florida accused in a deadly car crash last November plead not guilty in court Tuesday morning.
35-year-old Joey Seaman was indicted recently on rape, abduction and other charges.
Sheriff Jerry Greene said there were no signs Robert Seman was going to commit suicide.
Cliff Panezich was in court Tuesday morning pleading guilty to a number of charges, including money laundering and forgery.
The woman is charged with possessing drug abuse instruments and possession of drugs.
The sweet peas were packed for Aldi and were sold at Aldi stores in several states including Ohio.
The community college has 14 booths that prepare workers for any manufacturing or construction related welding.
Prosecutor’s held a press conference Tuesday. Seman jumped to his death on Monday.
Police said in a statement that the boy died Monday evening after suffering a single gunshot wound to the head the day before
Canfield Fair is partnering with JAC Management. Announcement of the first act comes next Monday.
The charge comes after the council failed to pay withheld employee income taxes and pension contributions during 2014 and 2015.
Police were initially called to the scene on reports of an unruly man with a knife.
Police say the man failed a field sobriety test and pretended to pass out at the police station.
Two men from Youngstown are facing several charges after police say they were in a stolen vehicle.
A man from Youngstown is facing several charges after police say he led them on a chase and then admitted to being “wasted.”
Police say the man bit the officer and broke his nose.