Officials told WKBN that they plan to cite the animals’ owners with animal cruelty, which is a misdemeanor and could result in a fine.
The boil advisory was canceled around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday after laboratory results indicated that the water is safe to consume.
Two women have been charged in connection with the theft, and both are due back in court in January.
Customers should stop using the pans and return them to Macy’s for a store credit.
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Workers need to finish installing the switch gear Tuesday and hope to do so without explosions.
The crash happened Saturday night in Ravenna.
A viewer told WKBN that the collision happened around 2 a.m.
Wolf said he’ll release funds so schools and social services can stay open.
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Struthers Police said Corinaldi raped the girl while he was supposed to be babysitting her.
The owner of a convenient store in Warren thwarted a robbery attempt Monday afternoon.
The fire department said the trailer home of a legally blind man was completely destroyed in a fire Tuesday morning.
Youngstown State University is closed Tuesday because of a power outage.
The outages are primarily weather-related, according to First Energy spokesman Mark Durbin.
Highway Patrol says a 2004 Buick Rendezvous was traveling southbound on Meridian Road when it struck a pedestrian standing in the southbound…
On Monday in Council Chambers, a swearing in ceremony was held for all council members, as well as for the city’s law director and auditor.
RB Wild Promise, a 206-to-1 long shot, came in first in the seventh race.
The man was described as a looking like Shaggy from the “Scooby Doo” cartoon television series.
Adamczak is taking the seat left empty by Councilman John Swierz. He was forced out due to term limits.