The bridge will reopen Aug. 1 with a community celebration.
Police said the men broke into two houses and a car and took several items, including a white princess piggy bank.
WKBN had an independent lab test the water’s pollution levels.
Police said they found more than $7,000 in drugs and $4,000 in cash and approximately $1,000 in weapons during two raids on May 20.
Police said the pair had items in their trunk that the officer determined to be taken from a nearby house.
Charges against the man are pending.
A source said that police picked McCarty up at a trailer park near the General Motors plant in Lordstown.
Rita’s says frozen custard will return to the menu when it can ensure a sustainable supply of eggs.
Police reported finding two stolen handguns, an assault rifle and over 9 grams of heroin in the house.
He is accused of stealing copper pipe from Handyman Hardware in McKinley Heights.
Lordstown plant manager Steve Notar Donato said the new Cruze should be available in the spring of 2016.
Impacted workers will receive a severance package, according to a release.
A creek in New Sewickley Township went over its banks. The water surrounded several homes and flooded a road.
When crews arrived, the house was engulfed in flames.
Bentley Lenhoff died early Wednesday morning following a brief battle with cancer.
According to health officials, the number of West Nile cases in Ohio has increased this year compared to last year.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally said part of the problem is the city’s aging water and sewer lines.
The crash was caused by a car going the wrong way on the freeway.
Youngstown Police detectives said that the driver has been charged with receiving stolen property.
The Bricklayers Union is unhappy that masonry repairs on Moser Hall and Stambaugh Stadium went to an out-of-state firm.