A fatal fire early Monday morning killed a 10-year-old girl who was going to testify against the suspect.
Township trustee Phil Pegg said the business responsible for the spill has shut down for the day.
The cleanup of spilled chemicals continues Friday at a business in Newton Falls.
The fire broke out around 3 a.m.
Foul odors and dust-covered cars in the Village of Lordstown have caught the attention of public health officials.
On Thursday, city officials unveiled a new initiative called Bridging the Gap.
The chemical did seep into a nearby pond and killed the wildlife, which included fish and turtles.
A source told reporter Gerry Ricciutti that the search of Robert Seman’s home on Thursday was directly related to the fatal fire.
Thursday was Autism Awareness Day and April is Autism Awareness Month.
Prosecutors said Rayshawn Gilmore set his mother’s house on fire in May 2014.
According to police, the two men approached two girls, ages 10 and 11, and tried to coax them into their car.
Commissioners complained about the controversy that erupted over payments made to employees over the past five years.
The Trumbull County Coroner ruled Thursday that Belcastro died of blunt force trauma.
The worker and other employees were destroying ammunition when the accident happened.
The arrests include a suspect agents are calling an “upper level” heroin dealer.
New evidence found near Salem has convinced the owner of a missing pilot dog that she was taken.
Police were looking for the vehicle in hopes the driver would have information in the March 12 crash that killed Alyssa Wynn.
Authorities arraigned the man and took him to the Mercer County Jail.
A third suspect was arrested in connection to the beating and robbery of an elderly man in a Campbell park.
Boardman Schools Superintendent Frank Lazzeri said the threat came from a fake account.