In court Wednesday, Benner’s attorney asked a judge to consider pre-trial release since Benner has an addiction problem and needs treatment.
Investigators believe the fraud began in the summer of 2010 in Youngstown
Howland Township is looking for a new police chief after Chief Paul Monroe’s election as Trumbull County Sheriff.
Police said they found heroin at both locations.
There was a problem with the mounting method of the new signs, which were ODOT-regulated sized.
The man got two options: Jail, or hold the sign, and he chose the sign.
A woman said Holland threatened to kill her if she told anyone.
Justice French grew up in Sebring, the daughter of a schoolteacher, and said she is committed to being a part of civic education in Ohio.
It’s also the 271st Panera Bread franchise for Warren-based Covelli
Across Ohio, tornado warning sirens are sounding Wednesday as part of Severe Weather Awareness Week
Troopers say speed may have been a factor in the crash.
In a news release, the company said it will move its headquarters to Novi, Michigan in an effort to “pursue growth opportunities.”
A spokesman for Velfera said a meeting Tuesday with East Liverpool officials — where a Velfera plant is also planned — went extremely well…
Farmington’s leaders are asking for the public’s feedback on the plan prior to the next Trustees meeting on April 12.
Beginning May 2, the Mahoning County Board of Developmental Disabilities will cut two busing routes for its workshops.
The driver said he was robbed by gunpoint of $15 and his pizza while delivering food.
Trumbull County has some historic sites for Republican Party history buffs.
Investigators say two men defrauded banks out of about $2.5 million through fraudulent short sales of gas stations in the Youngstown area.
Pavlik faces two felonious assault charges for allegedly shooting a man with an air pellet rifle last summer.
Part of the training also includes paying attention to things that look out of place and really listening.
Following a raid at his home, police said they found more than $17,000 in cash.
Nearly a 1,000 thousand people from the 94 parishes took part in demonstrating the unity of the Church.