The 31-year-old man was arrested after officers said they could see a lot of blood and two of the woman’s nails removed.
One of the issues — the memo states — is the loss of Higher Education clients.
Clayton Heating and Air Conditioning said the unusually-warm weather has kept workers busy.
That, and other crime reported in Niles over the past week.
Puerto Ricans are still in desperate need of supplies, and local residents are doing their best to help out.
Chemical Bank employees were on the city’s southwest side, using what would have been a day off to give back to their community.
The money will be used to help victims of violence.
Allen was arrested in connection to the August shooting of 22-year-old Tyreese Lynch.
Amazon said its second headquarters will bring 50,000 new jobs to the area it chooses over 10 to 15 years.
Police said they found cash and several other drugs inside the house.
Four people were taken to the hospital following a crash on Route 165 in East Palestine.
A New Castle woman wants to help make Alzheimer’s Disease easier on all those affected by it.
On Sunday, Ellen Zban’s close friends and family held a fundraiser dinner to help her cover the cost of medical bills. Zban was shot in the …
People took a stand against the NFL Sunday afternoon at the American Legion Post in Poland by burning their NFL gear.
Team members were out working on a pocket park in Youngstown known as The Wedge at Hazel Hill.
The Austintown Local School District is looking to fill non-teaching positions.
That, and other crime reported in Girard this week.
Students at Jackson-Milton Elementary School are working to stop bullying through a unique art project.
Youngstown State University’s nursing school will celebrate 50 years of accomplishments and growth at its “YSU Nursing: 50 Years of Caring” …
Pennsylvania State Police say the area where an accident occurred around 11 p.m. Saturday night has reopened.
Several neighbors woke up after hearing the shots that killed the 37-year-old victim near Trumbull Homes.
Vienna firefighters called in the State Fire Marshal’s Office to look into it.