Peter J. Luchansky, 60, was charged via criminal information with one count of mail fraud.
The church in Charleston is a sister church of St. Andrewes African Methodist Episcopal Church on Earle Avenue in Youngstown.
His father made him stand on a street corner and hold a sign that said he smoked pot.
Plans to open a library branch at Mill Creek Park have not panned out and library officials are exploring other options.
YSU will lease the property to Hallmark Campus Communities for 40 years.
The turbines will be used to study how wind can be used to generate energy in low-wind speed environments like Youngstown.
About 2,000 people are expected for the June 27 Slide the City Youngstown event.
Rainy weather is wreaking havoc with businesses that rely on sunshine to get the work done.
Valley pastors admit acts of violence and hatred toward churches is nothing new and they still must walk their journey of faith.
One official said the water rates are not high enough to support the water districts.
In the program’s 12 years, Bike and Build volunteers have pedaled more than 8.5 million miles and put in 185,000 hours of work.
It appeared that the passenger’s side of the minivan slammed into a utility pole.
Police charged the man in connection with a shooting on the north side of Youngstown.
Morgan Taylor is in the Lawrence County Jail on $100,000 bond.
Police charged a man with serious crimes for shooting man that tried to get in the middle of a fight.
A judge gave Nickolas Gensert, 18, the possibility of parole in 15 years.
Hagan was elected to the state board last November after being term-limited out of the state House of Representatives.
Drivers will pay the toll with their E-ZPass account or will get a bill in the mail after their license plate is photographed.
Niles Mayor Ralph Infante is looking to remove the city from debt.
Residents will pay an extra $5, which will go directly to help pay for road maintenance.