The multi-million dollar effort involves repairing the hundred-year-old landmark’s roof and facade.
Cassidy was indicted on charges related to a January 22 house fire on W. Evergreen Avenue.
Troopers said the car came to a quick stop, then continued through the stop sign, pulling in front of the semi that had the right of way.
Police said the child was walking with her older sister and King when the dog came after them and bit her in the face.
As part of his sentence, Lucicosky will also have to register as a Tier 2 sex offender.
Wells Township Police said Ricky Crawford was suicidal and pointed a gun at himself during the standoff.
A firefighter suffered from heat exhaustion while fighting the flames, but he is OK.
The boil alert has been lifted for parts of Warren Township after a water main break Tuesday evening.
University and government scientists released a forecast Thursday for the western portion of the lake.
The man was found lying on the sidewalk at 3023 Rush Blvd. with two gunshot wounds to his chest.
First News requested all of the inspection reports for pools in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties.
As a part of his sentence, Hipps will also have to register as a Tier 2 sex offender.
US 422 is closed between between State Route 225 and State Route 305.
New Castle Police said that Lloyd Johnson, 21, was killed after being shot once in the chest.
A pedestrian was hit by a train along railroad tracks on Commerce Avenue.
A motorcycle driver was killed and his 12-year-old passenger injured in an accident Wednesday night.
The victim was shot multiple times.
This discovery means the floor will have to be completely removed and the cost to fix the problem will increase.
President Michael Drake spoke to a crowd of 40 parents and students at the Choffin Career and Technical Center.
Mayor John McNally says the city is not looking to remove homeless people from the downtown area, but to address negative behaviors.
The Ernie Hall Aviation Museum honors the legacy of the aviator, who opened a flight school in Trumbull County in 1922.
Jarrett Hutton, of Cortland, was an artist who passed away doing what he loved. This is some of his work.