Opening statements began Tuesday in the trial of a woman accused of playing a role in the police officer shooting death of Taemarr Walker.
Bond was set for a Sebring man accused of beating his child with a wooden board.
The Mooney graduate was hired as part of a federal grant.
The standoff took place at the Western Reserve Road Auto Exchange between Southern Boulevard and Market Street.
Teachers in East Liverpool have been working under a contract that expired in August.
Fire crews had to use a tanker truck while they thawed out the nearby fire hydrant.
Springfield first offered the old uniforms to the public through a vintage sale and raised $1,100 for its Booster Association.
Each precinct will have approximately 1,100 voters.
Eastwood Mall officials said they are always prepared just in case an incident like the one in Pittsburgh happens here.
The new state-mandated Common Core testing is prompting parents to explore other options.
The page’s administrator originally promised 25 keys in total and said that Sunday’s was number 24.
The biggest month so far remains October, when it reported $79.8 million worth of revenue.
The Sharon FD chief said that an electrical problem caused the fire and that the house is salvageable.
Photos sent by Mayor James Melfi convinced ODOT to move up the paving of State Street.
Poland Township officials are working to keep seniors safe.
Monday was move-in day for the staff of three Youngstown departments.
Sen. Sherrod Brown said the Obama administration needs to avoid taking action solely on its own.
A man who was shot and killed in Youngstown was set to stand trial in connection wtih a 2012 murder.
Brown said many veterans and their families face problems enrolling in college classes.
The emergency started at 1 p.m. Monday, Feb. 2.