That, and other crimes reported in Boardman this week.
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The first day back brought excitement for all of the activities around the university, including Thursday’s Zac Brown Band concert.
Police said there were inconsistencies in the woman’s story after she said a man pushed her through a glass door.
Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers will be out enforcing school zones.
For now, that area remains closed to traffic until the work is completed.
Smoke was coming from the windows when crews got there just before 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Doctors said they suspected that the girl’s injuries weren’t accidental as they appeared to be “twist fractures.”
Investigators say the group was led by Zachary Howell, found murdered in a burning car in Youngstown earlier this year.
Mill Creek MetroParks’ police chief said the park is a “wild place,” so pet owners should use caution there.
Pendland was indicted by a Mahoning County grand jury on child endangering charges last week.
People who live nearby could have low water pressure.
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The water department told WKBN that a supervisor made the decision that it was a minor break.
So far, there are 15,000 tickets sold for the Zac Brown Band concert on Thursday and about 1,500 still available.
More than 100 volunteers from the United Way gave their time to welcome students.
Austintown Schools was notified four days ago that mosquitoes on their property tested positive for the West Nile Virus.
A complaint about an animal ended with the scary discovery of a large python on Monday.
Authorities are trying to place Troy Pratt in the mental health court, where he can go through a counseling and treatment program.
This does not mean that Youngstown State’s faculty union is going on a strike, but they now have the ability to do so.
“All construction’s going to pose a temporary inconvenience while it’s going on and there’s a lot of construction going on right now.”
That, and other crimes reported in Youngstown.