A Warren man was pronounced dead at the scene of a Canton car crash, and his wife was taken to the hospital Monday.
Political History Club students have been invited to an official delegate event on Sunday.
Williams will be placed in an in-patient mental health facility to see if he can eventually be deemed competent again.
The Task Force held checkpoints on South Avenue at Larkridge and on US 224 at Marinthana over the weekend.
Police released photos from the store’s surveillance video, which they said showed the man stealing items.
Charges have not been filed, but the crash is still under investigation, according to Highway Patrol.
Along with the cows and pigs, there will be a new animal to see this year.
Violations included not taking care of weeds, defacement and windows and door frames.
Gilbert Macali pleaded guilty in April to gross sexual imposition in the assault of a 93-year-old dementia patient.
The water main break was the 45th in the city this year, according to the city’s service director.
Rep. John Boccieri announced his support for Camp Ravenna as a site for possible deployment of missile batteries.
Are you paying too much for your phone bill? First News took a look how some people are cutting their bills in half.
Cody Kuntz was arrested on Monday, according to Pennsylvania State Police.
Ohio’s gas prices continued to fall heading into the workweek.
One ramp could be finished 300 days ahead of schedule.
Vienna Township kicked off its free Sunday concert series at the gazebo.
Within the last four years, 11 casinos and racinos have opened in Ohio.
Close to $500,000 in federal funding is headed to Ohio to help combat the Zika virus.
The S.C.O.P.E. building in Niles will be closed Monday due to a water main break.
Youngstown State University’s class of 1966 met Sunday for a 50 year class reunion.