The Salvation Army store in Boardman was damaged after a car slammed into the building Thursday.
All lanes are expected to open by 8:30 pm.
Two city council members are concerned that the program won’t help clip grass in predominately African-American neighborhoods.
The driver was loading up a delivery cart when he was attacked.
The man who died was the son of a Niles police officer.
Wright could face life in prison if convicted.
Police responded to a call of an overturned vehicle at 238 Wilbur Ave. around 9:45 a.m.
Wesley Williams changed his plea to guilty Thursday and will be sentenced at a later date.
Giant Eagle is recalling some of its seasonal cookies because of undeclared milk allergen.
The affected cut-out cookies were produced in various holiday-themed shapes and and were sold plain, or decorated with icing or sprinkles.
Dealers will replace the driver air bag inflators for free.
Claims will mostly be submitted and processed online through a dedicated website.
An open forum was held Wednesday to discuss a three-year plan for Fairhaven.
The long periods of heavy ice and snow cover over the winter may have resulted in fish kills in the state’s ponds and lakes.
Math teacher Adam Brown has been on paid administrative leave for the past year.
The topic of funding a program that would cut grass on vacant lots this summer turned into an argument about race relations in the city.
The program will target the trafficking of guns and drugs, which often go hand-in-hand.
Hallie Thome was announced Wednesday as the 28th recipient of the Ms. Basketball award.
Authorities say the Buckeye Lake dam could fail at any time and lead to catastrophic flooding.
The $5 million project work will begin October 2016.