That, and other crime reported in Girard last week.
Principal Sonya Gordon said many of the Youngstown students are far behind state standards.
She was the top winner in the $100,000 a Year for Life game.
Think of it this way — for every 100 cars you see on the road for Thanksgiving, at least three of them weren’t there last year.
Investigators believe that the driver was distracted when he drifted off of the road and hit a Warren motorcyclist.
John Hartman is charged with child endangering, while Deanne Hartman faces a probation violation.
Water went into the gas line, and crews had to fix that as well.
When investigators arrived at the crash scene on Shields Road, no one was inside of the wrecked car.
The woman told police that Smith threatened to come over and shoot her.
Prosecutors said he killed Daviduk after a drug deal over a few hundred dollars worth of marijuana.
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Police said the threat was made last Thursday and led to a police investigation.
Witnesses took the 5-year-old girl into the store after finding her mom passed out in a car, police said.
A loss prevention officer told police that she witnessed Gordon hide candy in her purse at Marc’s.
Because its symptoms are so similar to other viruses, RSV is considered the most common illness that a lot of parents aren’t aware of.
New Middletown Police Chief Vincent D’Egidio says officers are searching for the bear in the area of the New Middletown plaza on Main Street…
The road has since reopened.
One person was killed in a two-car crash in Lawrence County Sunday afternoon.
Four people are in the hospital after a two-car crash along State Route 5 in Johnston Township Sunday afternoon.
Officials said Randy Otis is still on the run and is believed to be in the Youngstown area.
Leetonia’s fire chief says the fire department was out all day Sunday helping people get their cars out of the water.
Local road crews say they’re watching for changing conditions and are ready to treat icy surfaces.