Youngstown Cycle Supply will be accepting toy donations this Saturday for Akron Children’s Hospital in Boardman.
The Crestview High School student was a passenger in a vehicle which overturned early Friday morning on Creek and Metz roads.
A tractor trailer flipped onto its side on the Interstate 80 off ramp to State Route 62 in Hubbard.
A motorcyclist was injured Friday morning in Youngstown.
A fire destroyed a house on Robinson Road early Friday morning in Milton Township. No one was injured.
Multiple departments were called Friday morning to a fire in Milton Township.
A Newton Falls police officer is being credited for rescuing an elderly man from a fire late Thursday.
According to a police report, the 5-year-old was in the woman’s lap when the man started arguing with her.
Congressman Tim Ryan said he is “completely dismayed by the behavior and incompetence” of the Ohio Department of Education.
The commission will meet again on Tuesday morning to make a final decision.
Patrick Heltzel is accused of stabbing 71-year-old Milton Grumbling to death at his Warren Township home more than three years ago.
Federal inspectors are looking for safety hazards, defects and violations of track safety regulations during inspection blitzes.
Hammonds is accused of creating false voter registration documents for 35 people in Columbiana County.
Seven attorneys were remembered during the service, including former Mahoning County Judge James Evans.
The car was towed from the scene late Thursday afternoon.
The synthetic, U-47700, is 7.5 times more powerful than morphine and was recently made illegal in Ohio.
An officer said he heard glass shattering and when he approached Sam’s Wedge Inn, saw that one of the windows was broken.
Police believe the animal was dropped off, as it was malnourished and unkempt.
The Task Force said saturation patrols will also be out this weekend.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Canfield post said they will have extra patrols out this weekend, as well as the Boardman Police Department.
The 69-year-old Republican shared his plans with a Dayton charter school official Thursday in a conversation overheard by a reporter.
The Ohio Department of Transportation hired a contractor to begin repairs on the landslide after the state took over the project.