Weather, such as lightning and high winds, can create curveballs for animal caregivers.
The Boston Marathon will be only the third 26-mile race for the Canfield mother of two.
The pool at Waddell Park closed in 2014 because the city couldn’t afford to pay the lifeguards.
Austintown’s Braking Point Recover Center will begin a new residential program.
The non-profit organization is targeting substance abuse victims and their families.
Humane officers believe someone dumped the dog along the side of the road. Four of the puppies did not survive.
The light is computer-operated, and a foreman on the construction job can program it according to traffic patterns.
The event is put on by the Community Food Warehouse to raise awareness about hunger in Mercer County.
Officers reported finding crack, marijuana, thousands of dollars in cash, digital scales, pills, a handgun and other drug paraphernalia.
Officers say they discovered several individually packaged baggies of drugs, some pills and a digital scale at the residence.
There is still no identification for the skull and bones found Sunday on the north side.
Prosecutors say Lance Hundley tried to cover up the crime by setting the victim’s Cleveland Avenue house on fire.
Luis Cruz Ramos was indicted last week on more than a dozen counts, including 10 counts of felonious assault against police officers.
Seman faces capital murder charges in the deaths of 10-year-old Corrine Gump and her grandparents.
An FBI report says they initially had sex in a tent under a Youngstown bridge, but moved to Philadelphia later that month.
Warren Police say the suspect robbed a man outside of the Circle K on Park Avenue Tuesday morning.
The city has surveillance video showing the pier being hit by the passing barge back in February.
The plan focuses on three areas: the neighborhoods, the former Leatherworks property and the Girard Lakes.
A bullet grazed the back of a woman’s neck while she was sleeping in a front bedroom of the house.
Police responded to a call from Uncle Sil’s Bar Monday night about a woman laying on the ground, bleeding.
Complaints of fraud in Ohio’s government agencies can be made at any time, whether you’re a public employee or citizen.
The committee is tasked with replacing Commissioner Michael Senchak, who resigned from the Park Board last month.