MetroParks officials said the fish deaths were the result of runoff caused by those heavy June storms.
Sentencing is set for a later date.
Police first got a call about a possible assault on June 3.
Surveillance video shows the suspect when he entered the store last week.
Medical personnel took two people to the hospital.
The woman has been charged with a fourth-degree felony.
Aerodynamics is making a second attempt to bring daily flights to the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport.
The main topic on Monday was free trade agreements and jobs in the Valley.
The 28 dogs were surrendered to the dog warden and are up for adoption.
City officials hope the Mahoning Plaza and Wick Six demolitions will bring new tenants to the city.
Mayor John McNally said he is working on getting Aldi to donate the former Bottom Dollar on Glenwood Avenue back to the city.
The arrests happened between July 2 and July 5.
ResponsibleOhio said its Fresh Start Act calls for reviewing and expunging criminal records for people with previous marijuana convictions.
The EPA confirmed the fish died because of water runoff from the city storm and sanitary sewer system.
By 2030, 22% of the state’s population will be 65 and older, according to a new study.
Police said Young walked into the Warren Police Department on May 2 and admitted he inappropriately touched the girl between 2008 and 2013.
A relative arrived on scene and took the children home.
The traffic stop started due to a broken windshield, according to the report.
Seventeen states, including Pennsylvania, filed a lawsuit challenging the merger of the companies.
A press release stated that the county task force will be patrolling this weekend.