Some say the condition of the west end of Donley Road is so bad, they just find another way around it.
Police said Keith Lamont Adams, Jr. was driving a stolen car and had ecstasy in his wallet.
Resco Products is closing the facility as part of a consolidation process to a different facility within its network.
The police chief says the 3.9 mill levy is desperately needed to hire more officers and update police cars.
With the nation’s growing heroin overdose crisis, police say there is a renewed emphasis on cleaning out old medications.
The chief reported being assaulted during a check fraud investigation at Mr. D’s that resulted in 3 women being charged.
Mohn and and three juveniles were charged with breaking into Bo Rein Stadium and burning the Red Dragon stand.
The victims said the men stole a wallet, cell phones and keys after holding them by gunpoint in the house.
The victim said he was closing the stand when the two men with masks pointed guns at him.
An Ohio Turnpike Commission open house is set for 10 a.m. Saturday at the Canfield Maintenance Building.
Crews were called out to the scene around 11:30 a.m. for an accident involving a dump truck, semi dump truck and car.
A custodian for Centenary United Methodist Church found the woman’s body around 9 a.m. in an alley behind a barbed wire fence.
The woman told police she was looking for her 36-year-old daughter and feared she was getting into drugs.
Earlier this month, Kniseley was arrested at a trailer park where police said he was hiding.
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As the drug epidemic escalates, more places are keeping naloxone on hand to treat overdoses, including some schools.
Parents say school buses are forced to wait half an hour or longer at the intersection and GM workers are late for their shifts.
The levies were placed on the November 8 ballot as a way to generate more funds for each department.
The space would become a park-like setting complete with a stage, digital screen and fountain.
A funeral director in Austintown says there has been a 1,500 percent increase in drug deaths since he started 30 years ago.
Championship shirts are flying off the shelves and some fans are leaving empty-handed.
The city will spend about $48,000 on a new alarm system for the plant to sound when there’s a chemical leak.