A vote is scheduled on a House bill to allow open containers of alcohol in entertainment districts.
The suspect led police on a chase to Weathersfield Township where he crashed his vehicle.
Since March 29, there have been eight fire-related deaths in the area.
The Niles Restaurant Business Group donated the building for fire training, ahead of its demolition in the coming weeks.
The traffic delays will take place at various times between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. through Thursday.
Interstate 80 is back open in Austintown after cows were let loose in the area when a tractor-trailer overturned.
Commissioners can impose the increased sales tax because it is less than a half-percent increase.
DaMareo Cooper brings 10 years of organizing experience to the organization.
More than 350 scouts and volunteers are expected to help cleanup Mill Creek MetroParks
Eighteen agencies will share a total of $24,344 to fund awareness campaigns throughout the week.
Students will present a book they have illustrated, along with a video they helped create that describes the concepts they have learned.
Four captains stepped up to present the president with a game ball and a personalized jersey: Number 44 for the 44th president.
The transformer weighs more than 500,000 pounds and made the trip from a rail yard in Warren to Lordstown on Monday.
Youngstown police are investigating three separate shootings in the city, all within a three-day period.
It is all part of the Save Downtown Salem Project run by Developer Scott Cahill.
All natural ingredients will be used to color the macaroni dish.
A moment of indiscretion can change the lives of many.
A three-hour standoff in Lordstown ended peacefully Monday.
An officer observed Pavlik throw two punches in the parking lot behind Pine Tree Plaza.
Assistant fire chief Thomas Rink will take over during an investigation.