Canfield Fair is partnering with JAC Management. Announcement of the first act comes next Monday.
The charge comes after the council failed to pay withheld employee income taxes and pension contributions during 2014 and 2015.
Police were initially called to the scene on reports of an unruly man with a knife.
Police say the man failed a field sobriety test and pretended to pass out at the police station.
Two men from Youngstown are facing several charges after police say they were in a stolen vehicle.
A man from Youngstown is facing several charges after police say he led them on a chase and then admitted to being “wasted.”
Police say the man bit the officer and broke his nose.
Struthers teacher Richard Gage is anxiously awaiting another nail-biting season.
The $182,500 project to replace the water wheel is part of Mill Creek MetroParks’ capital improvements plan for this year.
Flames quickly spread through the kitchen and severely damaged the second floor.
The superintendent of Poland Seminary High School said an Italian teacher is being investigated.
That, and other crimes reported in Niles.
The deaths of Bill and Judy Schmidt were a blow to the deaf community, whose members are still grieving the loss two years later.
Trustees want a feasibility study so they can make a decision about whether or not to consolidate the two fire departments based on data.
According to Campbell detectives, the victim went to the hospital for an injured jaw.
The case ended Monday with Robert Seman’s apparent suicide — 742 days after the deadly fire that started it all.
During a search, police said Lasater had crack pipes and syringes shoved in her pants.
Outside of the courthouse, a Youngstown man said no one will “shed a tear for what happened to [Seman].”
Prosecutors say Heckathorn played a role by helping Landsberger rob Quinn Wilson, who was found dead in Wayne Township.
Jeffrey Adams, 59, was found Monday after going missing from his Newton Falls home Sunday.
Police said the victim is in the hospital but expected to be OK.
Walgreens workers called 911 to report the woman in the store had been on TV for “getting into trouble with animals.”