According to police, a total of 860 vehicles passed through the checkpoint on State Route 289.
WKBN crews on the scene said that three people were taken away in ambulances.
Police confiscated the gun and said the gun may have been stolen from Michigan.
Firefighters could not get through to a man trapped in one of the other apartments.
Ohio State Highway Patrol says the number of drunk driving arrests rise during the summer months.
Live music, vendors and food all part of the festival.
Cyclists ride 70 to 80 miles most days.
A shooting involving two juvenile males is under investigation in Liberty.
A one car accident caused an Ohio Edison crew to be called after a utility pole was damaged.
The Handel’s Ice Cream truck will also make stops at homeless shelters for free.
Humans and their pets got a chance to participate in activities in Girard.
Identity theft is perhaps the biggest growing problem for consumers across the state of Ohio.
The board is open to high school juniors and seniors who serve for one year
A downtown bar owner said events such as this are like striking gold.
A worker got hurt in the melt shop, but sustained his injuries at one of the highest points in the entire plant.
The evacuation was not mandatory, but was recommended, according to the fire department.
A traffic stop in a retail parking lot led to two arrests for forgery, police said.
Families are invited to tour the grounds and join in several activities, all for free.
Another negotiation session is now scheduled for June 12.
Residents have been complaining about the condition of Tibbetts Wick Road between Logan Way and Warner Road for a while.