Edward Kenney has been with the Youngstown Police Department since July 16, 2001.
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Having working smoke detectors is an important fire prevention step, but so is having a fire escape plan.
The Ohio State Liquor Control Board denied a liquor license application for the establishment in February.
Police told neighbors told to stay in their houses.
The hottest selling vehicle in 2015 is the Chevy Equinox.
A local doctor pledged the money in the fall of 2014.
Emergency workers took the man to St. Elizabeth’s medical center.
A mountain of tires hid two stolen ATVs on Youngstown’s south side.
The report from the fatal fire reveals a chaotic scene.
The new legislation would not require a permit or training to carry a gun.
The jury deliberated just under four hours.
The family said they are happy to see the support, but are still trying to figure out how to put the pieces together.
The gigantic garage sale is Angels for Animals’ biggest fundraiser of the year.
Joseph Nohra was a 1957 graduate of Youngstown State University.
Projects were on display in sciences, arts and other disciplines.
James Padula was the third principal at Summit Academy in Warren in the past year.
Under current ownership, KDA has been cited three times for the Vienna well since 2004.
Police began investigating the man in January, according to an Ohio Attorney General’s Office representative.
Mahoning County Engineer Pat Ginnetti said that fixing potholes is not a simple process.