Investigators say two men defrauded banks out of about $2.5 million through fraudulent short sales of gas stations in the Youngstown area.
Pavlik faces two felonious assault charges for allegedly shooting a man with an air pellet rifle last summer.
Part of the training also includes paying attention to things that look out of place and really listening.
Following a raid at his home, police said they found more than $17,000 in cash.
Nearly a 1,000 thousand people from the 94 parishes took part in demonstrating the unity of the Church.
Ron Moore, Jr., with the Parkinson’s Action Network, said there are about 1,000 people with Parkinson’s Disease in the Youngstown area.
The merger between the two has been delayed for quite some time.
On Tuesdays, First News will be profiling jobs or job training programs that are available in the Valley.
The cars started shipping out of Lordstown on Monday.
At the Pittsburgh airport, police and safety officials are conducting K-9 training Tuesday.
The truck had minor damage, but no one was hurt.
An engineer with the Ohio Department of Transportation believes the problem could be related to gas lines being installed nearby.
The fight canceled classes altogether for a day and a half, and only juniors and seniors returned to class until the following week.
CDC scientists visited Ohio last year in the wake of data showing the state experienced 502 fentanyl-related deaths in 2014, up from 84 the …
“When we get a concert like that, my staff would double or triple,” says Amer Adi, owner of Downtown Circle
The district is holding a public meeting Thursday night to address issues stunting students’ success.
The department also believes that embers from the initial fire may have touched off a small blaze at a vacant house on Crandall Ave.
Two homes along Route 267 in East Liverpool may be in danger as large cracks in the road and foundation appeared over the weekend.
The Lawrence County Economic Development Corp.’s Board of Directors said the proposed deal with Velfera was too risky.
Campbell Police Chief Drew Rauzan said police can charge you if you have a prescription that is not in your name.