Farrell’s new police chief has some plans for the city. The first is to change the police department’s image.
The commissioners wanted to hear directly from their constituents and encouraged an exchange of ideas during a meeting Friday.
Several agencies are working on the case.
Cardiovascular diseases cause one in three women’s deaths each year, killing about one woman every minute.
Workers at the Sebring water treatment facility are continuing to adjust the PH balance of the water to make sure it is not corrosive.
The last-minute objection by Executive Express Aviation came just four days after the DOT gave approval to ADI to operate the flights.
UAW Local 1714 covers about 1,300 people.
The neighbor said that the crash also took out a stop sign and a fire hydrant.
The Youngstown Police Department is experiencing problems with one of its phone lines.
WARN notices were sent to Parker Hannifin employees.
McDonald Elementary is closed as crews investigate a gas leak.
A drug sniffing dog with the Ohio State Highway Patrol uncovered a garbage bag full of pot and other drugs.
A supervisor on the scene said the fire was difficult to fight because the floors of the house were unstable.
The children were released into the care of Trumbull County Children Services.
Several parents had questions ranging from bus stop safety to flooded roads.
The meeting gauged interest in building another line along state Route 422, from Warren to Southington.
The village will continue to provide bottled water or filtration systems to homes where results are over the federal allowable level.
An Alliance woman has also been charged with aiding in the drug sales and having chemicals used to make meth.
The alleged victim told police she was walking on S. Irvine Avenue near Davis Street when the attempted robbery occurred.
Police say the back door was forced open with a cutting torch and saw.