The Economic Action Group unveiled its plan for the future of downtown Youngstown on Tuesday morning.
New evidence in a Columbiana Co. death investigation may bring new charges.
Students asked Derrick Spann to be named the new coach at last month’s Board of Education meeting.
A motorist from Hermitage said he and several others helped the truck driver get out of his cab following the crash.
A woman was taken to the Lawrence County Jail shortly after the incident, police said.
Durst has been on trial three times for murder charges linked to the death of his wife and neighbor Morris Black.
The power was restored within two hours.
Free vanilla cones will be given out until the stores close on Monday.
Police did not immediately file charges.
This protest was one of 24 protests Mercy Health workers planned across the state of Ohio Monday.
Sheriff Jerry Greene said he supports the program.
Road crews and the Youngstown Water Department are working to decide when it’s safe to reopen.
Firefighters were able to get the fire under control in about 40 minutes.
Sciortino granted nearly $50,000 in pay raises and bonuses combined days before being suspended from his job as county auditor.
The building has been closed for a number of years, since a fire broke out there.
More than 6,000 children in the Mahoning Valley rely on the federally-funded Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
This is the second time in a week a gas line has been hit in the same area.
The testing company that created new standardized tests says it’s fielded thousands of questions from Ohio school districts.
After gas prices steadily increased in February, analysts expect prices will continue to fall the rest of March and April.
The latest in a series of meetings around the state will take place Monday at Ohio State University.