The owner of Fire Grill on State Street said the restaurant has closed.
Police said a bust at a W. Myrtle Avenue home in December revealed several drugs and drug tools.
Police said Joseph DiGiacomo broke into the Washing Well laundromat on Youngstown-Poland Road in Boardman.
George Krinos pleaded guilty to bilking investors out of money he said was being used for startup businesses.
Prosecutors say Cameron Dyer admitted to having $8,000 in drug money stashed at the home.
Some senators say it would be an opportunity to move toward a new, better system, while others argue many would lose coverage.
One Warren woman had a particularly harrowing experience when her car got stuck in flood waters.
Sean Dixson faces several charges, including felonious assault and child endangering.
As part of his sentence, he will also have to register as a Tier 1 sex offender.
Chris Stivers was working as an assistant pastor at Gospel Baptist Church when the incident happened.
The Gallagher Building downtown is 113 years old, but its new owner said it will play a role in the city’s future as well.
Police said the driver claimed to be good friends with the passenger, but he didn’t know her name.
The final score was Austintown Fitch 51, Poland 49.
A report said the prisoner escaped after reaching through the police cruiser’s open window and opening a door.
The mild temperatures and rainfall are causing some hazardous conditions on the Valley’s roadways.
The Census worker smelled marijuana coming from the house.
The problem continues to grow as police struggle to track down offenders.
Mercer County State Representative Tedd Nesbit worries it might be a snap decision.
Parents argue there needs to be a limit on the number of open enrollment students allowed in the schools.
Contractors working on the new facility discovered some of their tools had been stolen.
Sierra Carbone, 26, allegedly stole approximately $1,200 in items and cash from Whispering Pines Village in Columbiana.
Sean Hake, 23, was killed when officers shot him after they said the incident “escalated.”