Investigators believe that the man raped a young girl between 1987 and 1990.
Students will start seeing the upgrades in March of 2016.
The program is funded by donations that shoppers drop in the Salvation Army’s famous red kettles.
Quaker Steak filed for bankruptcy in November and is now trying to work out the details.
The program will bring an on-foot officer to downtown Sharon.
With transactions happening right and left, take steps to protect yourself.
During a press conference Tuesday officials said they received the electronic threat and were still analyzing it.
The SPCA is investigating and charges could be filed.
Youngstown firefighters acted quickly to get a fire under control at a house on the city’s south side.
The Dorothy Day House provides a hot meal and a place to shower for those in need.
The party’s goal was to sign the nominating petitions for the nine GOP candidates planning to run in the March primary election.
An elderly man may have had a medical condition when he struck a utility pole.
A letter was sent to the Air Force urging the replacement of the 910th Airlift Wing’s C-130 H aircraft to upgraded C-130 J aircraft.
A 33-year-old homeless man is facing burglary and theft charges for a convenience store robbery and separate purse snatching.
Christina Fortini, an employee at Shail Jewelers in the mall, said business has been good for the jeweler this year.
Tuesday is the deadline to get packages mailed by standard shipping so that it arrives by Christmas.
Frank Crash was found dead, stabbed more than 70 times, inside his Hempfield Township home in July of 2013.
The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late July 2018.
Youngstown Helping Hands is a grassroots effort started on Facebook to help out the needy in the area.
Youngstown Litter Control Coordinator Jennifer Jones said tire dumpers can face more serious penalties.