A massive hacking campaign on U.S. business could be traced to an office building in Shanghai run by the Chinese military.
Coworkers witnessed the accident at the Boardman tow yard and called 911.
The program provides lunch, breakfast and snacks to students during the summer months.
Firefighters let the home burn but worked to make sure the flames didn’t spread to the nearby trees.
The EPA report says hydraulic fracturing has not led to widespread impacts on drinking water across the country.
The teachers union is still waiting for a decision from SERB regarding an unfair labor practice.
ACE President Connie Frisby said she realizes the university was facing serious financial troubles.
Each county will pay half the $230,000 price under a five-year rent-to-own agreement.
There are large costs associated with repairing or demolishing the building, so council opted not to take it over.
The Warren Redevelopment and Planning Corporation is offering affordable retail space on North Park Avenue.
The supervisors were charged in Cleveland with dereliction of duty following the November 2012 shooting.
The learning center, aimed at residents 50 and older, started in February 2014 but has been without a permanent home.
Pat Ginnetti said if the settlement is divided evenly among all municipalities, each will receive about $5,000.
The charter school’s new home will be the former school at St. Patrick’s Church on Oak Hill Avenue.
A judge also revoked bond for Diane Ervin, even though the jury found her not guilty of felonious assault
One man is quoted as saying he was going to pay another man $150 to make meth.
Canfield Police believe that someone took a wallet with the credit card from a car in Canfield.
Thursday, a grand jury indicted Sciortino for the second time in just over a year.
Police reported finding the man’s car but no sign of the man himself.
Residents are reminded that it is illegal to shoot coyotes in the city limits.