First was arrested on Morris Avenue last week after callers reported hearing gunshots and yelling in the area.
The resignation request was made after incomplete financial records were discovered during an audit of the township.
It’s also a good time to replace batteries in warning devices, such as smoke detectors.
38 Special’s hits include “Hold on Loosely,” “Rockin’ Into the Night” and “Caught Up in You,” among others.
Police said Goines referred to herself in an online advertisement for sex as “The Puerto Rican Princess.”
Highway Patrol said Palmer was driving the van that collided with Russo’s motorcycle in Ashtabula County.
Nasser Hamad faces the death penalty.
Employees’ paychecks were delayed after 100 FBI, IRS, and other federal agents raided the business last week.
Warren city residents will have a chance Wednesday to make their voices heard on the city’s comprehensive plan.
Police said Littlejohn shot and killed Charles Pargo as he was holding the baby.
Police say Varchulik stole a car, unsuccessfully tried to rob McDonald’s and then made off with money from a bank.
Police say he also told hospital staff he was allergic to his handcuffs.
The Board of Education meeting room is now known as the Dr. Ritchie Legacy Room. Dr. David Ritchie has served as a board member for 50 years…
Commissioner John M. Ragan will not seek re-appointment to the Mill Creek Metro Park Board of Commissioners.
One culvert is is Jackson Township, the other is in Beaver Township. Construction will begin in 2018.
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force and Highway Patrol conducted the checkpoint at Market and Hillman streets.
Ryan Portela, a senior at YSU, said having a Veterans Resource Center made all the difference for him.
Local schools are taking action, believing that a social media account may be preying on their students.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is giving drug companies 30 days to start settlement talks to help pay for the new plan.
Some are getting calls from people trying to collect money on behalf of what’s described as “the Fraternal Order of Police.”
MCM Management revealed Monday that it plans to bring down the remaining structures by the end of the year.
The interviews will be at Mercy Health Boardman’s Cedar Room, located at 8401 Market Street.