Floyd Mayweather Jr. is coming out of retirement to match up against UFC star Conor McGregor on August 26.
Police said a victim was found outside, unconscious and bleeding on Wednesday afternoon.
Police said the suspect passed a pharmacy employee a note, reading that he was an addict and had a gun.
ALDI is known for offering wages and benefits that are higher than the national average for the retail industry.
Hollie denied exposing himself, telling WKBN that his zipper was accidentally down while at the library.
One of the store closures is in Ohio, and two are in Pennsylvania.
An English class at the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center was the springboard for a student-run farm.
A new recovery center tailored to women is opening in Liberty today.
Several bars and restaurants are beefing up staff and specials to make sure both locals and out-of-towners are left happy and wanting more.
People say Colla’s in Austintown is one of the luckiest places to buy tickets.
Malik Williams, of Solon, is wanted by Hubbard police for sexual conduct with a minor and interference with custody.
The Mayor of Newton Falls said they’re hoping to bring restaurants to that area and that they’ll begin marketing the property immediately.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman this week.
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The first day back brought excitement for all of the activities around the university, including Thursday’s Zac Brown Band concert.
Police said there were inconsistencies in the woman’s story after she said a man pushed her through a glass door.
Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers will be out enforcing school zones.
For now, that area remains closed to traffic until the work is completed.
Smoke was coming from the windows when crews got there just before 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Doctors said they suspected that the girl’s injuries weren’t accidental as they appeared to be “twist fractures.”
Investigators say the group was led by Zachary Howell, found murdered in a burning car in Youngstown earlier this year.
Mill Creek MetroParks’ police chief said the park is a “wild place,” so pet owners should use caution there.