Anthony McClintock, 28, was arraigned Tuesday on a number of charges for a wild chase near the Eastwood Mall.
The first winner of WKBN’s Caring for Our Community – Creative Classroom contest was surprised in his classroom on Tuesday.
Prosecutor Dennis Watkins released a verdict Tuesday clearing Deputy Dario Poledica in the case.
After Al Gilchrist’s unexpected death at the age of 73 in June, Habitat for Humanity received his New Middletown home as a legacy gift.
Police cited one of the cars with failing to keep a safe distance.
Open Arms Community Outreach received $200, as did the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley.
There has been very little hint of winter this year, with temperatures in the 60s.
An officer reported that Michael Williams was hiding a number of drugs in a plastic bag in his boxer shorts.
In August, authorities charged several men with running a fake memorabilia ring.
Jacob LaRosa could face life in prison without parole.
The owner said it escaped when he opened the door for a friend over the weekend.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced the potential refunds for customers on Tuesday.
Police said the truck was carrying explosives which could not have actually exploded, since they didn’t have a detonator.
A power outage in Boardman is impacting about 700 customers between Market Street and West Boulevard.
The ramp from I-80 east to Route 11 north was shut down for most of the morning.
The CDC says South Carolina was the only state to show a significant number of flu-related cases at doctor’s offices and clinics.
The investigation began after police discovered a Christmas package in a vehicle containing multi-colored cocaine.
New numbers from the Centers for Disease Control show Ohio had the second highest number of overdose deaths from heroin in the nation last y…
Currently, whenever a car is towed, the tow truck operator takes it to one of their lots. Now, the vehicles will stay inside the park.
Lazzeri, who is retiring, has served as Boardman’s superintendent since August of 2004.