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Rita Angiuli thanked the community and said, “If it were not for them, we wouldn’t be here.”
Greenbriar Center was added to the special government watch list after reports of poor conditions and management.
Patrolman Jeff Kay and his partner discovered the boy shortly after 9 a.m. in his bare feet and wearing shorts and a t-shirt.
Crews are cleaning up the inside of the old Stambaugh Building, working to transform it into a DoubleTree Hotel.
Parents with a child in middle school can expect to pay more than $900 in back-to-school costs this year.
Don Stanovcak has submitted his letter of resignation to the Poland School Board.
Family members say the Champion man was married just two days before the crash.
James Bares was arrested on July 4 after being spotted driving in a parade as a volunteer for a local judicial candidate.
A family playing Pokemon Go called police to report that a drunk woman had urinated in front of children.
The shooting happened at the Valley Service Center on Monday afternoon.
The drugs, believed to be suboxone, were discovered during a check of inmate mail on Tuesday.
Highway Patrol troopers have found a vehicle they believe was involved in the crash.
In June, the three officers were credited with saving an inmate’s life at the Trumbull County Jail.
In a 911 tape, Green can be heard telling a dispatcher that he shot his wife because she cheated on him,
The girl is accused of shooting her father in their Warren home.
Thomas Richard Ross, of New Waterford, also faces a federal charge in the July 26 incident.
Cool compresses and baths may help and keep burned skin protected and out of the sun.
Community organizations like Neighborhood Watch programs are organizing the events.
The pastor of Chestnut Ridge Church says simply giving away free shoes can really make a difference in people’s lives.
Over the weekend, a heated conversation via email between the park director and a new board member were released.
One of the amendments would require council to realign the wards at six months when the difference in population is ten percent.