The advisory was issued Friday due to high bacteria levels.
Youngstown’s MVR restaurant unveiled a new website, designed by YSU students.
A child and babysitter had just left the area in the house where the car crashed to get something to eat in the kitchen.
Campbell Police said drugs that appeared to be packaged for sale were found during a traffic stop.
The checkpoints will be held Saturday and Sunday
Investigators said Sinclair’s real estate scheme bilked $147,000 from investors.
Bee keepers are having a good season this year. It’s good news after they suffered losses over the past few years.
The shootings drive home the risks officers take every day on the job.
The girl said she woke up to a hand pulling away from her and her underwear on the floor across from her.
Police said Gibson shot into a home on E. Western Reserve Road after attempting to get money from a man who lived there.
Police said William Syrette slammed a door, threw her to the ground and beat her head against the floor.
Ohio Edison crews are working to fix the problem, but won’t be done until sometime Friday.
Legislators have come up with a spending plan, but are still undecided on where that money should come from.
EpiPens are popular for millions of people who worry about allergic reactions. The problem is, they aren’t cheap.
The county is paying two months’ rent for people entering one of the nine accredited recovery homes on its list.
Police said Rodgers left the NorthEast Ohio Community Alternative Program in Warren and didn’t return.
McDonnell is considered armed and dangerous and his whereabouts are unknown.
The mosquitoes will be studied to determine if the insect that carries the Zika virus is here locally.
She claims her 6-year-old with special needs told her that another child followed him into the bathroom and attacked him.
The multi-million dollar effort involves repairing the hundred-year-old landmark’s roof and facade.