Recent crashes in the area, including one that was fatal, have involved people who were not wearing seat belts.
GM manufactures the Chevy model at its plant in Lordstown, where the company has invested $250 million.
Several customers came in on Sunday, something that the garden center doesn’t normally see at the end of February.
The driver noticed smoke was filling his car, and pushed it away from the pumps.
Local producer Fred D’Amico and Senator Joe Schiavoni say more tax credits will attract movie producers to the area.
None of the water samples that tested high are accessible to the public.
Parts of the mall and a stretch of Route 422 were without power Sunday afternoon.
Randy Storm, 29, of North Benton was killed in the crash on US 224.
Pieces from New York, Washington D.C., Dominica and Haiti were on display and up for bid.
Over 120 area coaches attended the 2nd annual coaches clinic at the Hollywood Gaming Racino in Austintown.
The competition at Lordstown High School challenged them to answer questions from all areas of study.
Lori Tichenor’s “Warming Warren” events have become so popular, that she’s even received donations from Japan.
Blake Destasio and three other men extinguished a burning plane and saved two people inside.
The money raised will help underprivileged youth and families, schools, non-profit agencies, the Special Olympics and people with special ne…
Contaminated sources were bagged and the water was shut off in the building on Friday.
Ohio State Highway Patrol says Russell Lauer III continued driving along Ridge Road after striking the woman.
According to police, the suspects had weapons when they broke into the home and fled before officers arrived.
Colleen Maky was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Niles Municipal Court.
The Raiders defeated the Eagles in the Division III Sectional game.
Denise Vaclav-Danko and her team of new assistant principals told the Youngstown Board of Education they’re focusing on the basics.
The chain says it uses low prices and forgiving late-return policies to build its loyal customer base.
Police said after the woman drove over the nail and her tire went flat, Hicks followed her to her home and sat in front of her house.