Apple growers battle Mother Nature while come up with new, hearty varieties.
A man from Columbiana was injured Tuesday after he was hit by a vehicle in Warren Township.
All lanes on Route 422 in Girard have re-opened following an accident.
He addressed several issues, including keeping drivers consistent, overcrowding on buses and routes that he says are too long.
The hope is that revitalizing the land with the Joint Economic Development District will give surrounding communities a boost.
Commissioner Carol Rimedio-Righetti said people will get a chance to see the statues up close when they’re put on display.
The charter amendment was turned down by Youngstown voters five times already.
The university noticed that more of its students could not eat gluten, and started planning a gluten free-dining hall and menu.
Recent studies show that the group most impacted by suicide is middle-aged men.
More than a dozen fights have broken out at the school since classes started August 22.
Daniel Downard was convicted of theft in office in 2014 and sentenced to 18 months in prison.
Streets affected include Third Street, Main Street to Ward Avenue and Eliza Avenue.
The education background needed to become a vet is similar to studying human medicine.
Owner George Guarnieri cited a lack of a consistent dinner crowd as a reason for the restaurant’s closure.
The first set of potential jurors is being questioned Tuesday in the Robert Seman murder case.
Police said the man admitted to exposing himself to several others over the last several weeks.
Around 3:25 p.m., a man entered the bank on Broadway Street wearing a hat, dark clothing and rubber gloves.
Organizers from the Road to Recovery nonprofit group said Monday that the $900,000 settlement is “disrespectful.”
Crews are working Tuesday to repair two broken water lines in Campbell.
FEMA offers downloadable emergency plans for parents and kids.