Triptech has a facility in Boardman Township.
Nick Phillips says he was trying to break up an altercation in his home.
There’s a new approach to the scenario of a shooter roaming the hallways.
2 people are dead. The truck cab burst into flames after the crash.
Two suspects were arrested, a third person remains on the loose.
The agency also wants the North Lima ambulance company to pay $236,000.
Sources claim Gerberry sent thousands of dollars from his campaign fund to a media consultant.
The air traffic control tower for the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport is run by the FAA, meaning they’re in charge of scheduling.
As of Tuesday, there are no leads on who set the fire or who left the note on the building.
There’s little impact on I-80, but Route 718 below the bridge is closed.
WKBN has obtained a copy of Gerberry’s resignation letter, dated Aug. 7.
The property is owned by Dennis Rossi, who said he plans to seed the vacant lot for now.
Polivka wants to get together a resolution to send to Columbus to continue the tax-free weekend for years to come.
Police charged the man with obstructing official business and carrying a concealed weapon.
The theft took place last week at Beaver Local Middle School.
The Museum of Ceramics gets a new elevator, restroom and some a/c.
The Tuesday evening meeting starts at 6:30 at the Wellness Center.
The west side fire reignited early Tuesday morning.
The vigil is in front of the Sherman Avenue house at 8 p.m.
Over 7,000 local power customers were initially plunged into the dark.