The annual picnic offers food, family fun and live music.
The woman’s goal is to get the paths clear before school starts in a couple weeks.
Police said they found a sink full of knives, so they’re unsure of which was used in the attack.
State Route 7 in Brookfield was named after Ginny Kirsch, who died in Vietnam in 1970 while serving as a Donut Dollie.
He and his current girlfriend moved the freezer to a Campbell home — five days before the body was found, prosecutors say.
Canfield Police investigated the following incidents from July 12-22.
Producer Rufus Blaq put the boy band together, called YO5. YO is for Youngstown, 5 is for the number of members.
A Warren businesswoman is bringing her frustrations with the opioid epidemic to a national audience.
The family had been renovating the home all week but had no idea they were recipients of the house giveaway.
The event is the biggest LGBT event in the community, said festival chairman Tim Bortner.
The organizers of the event said these events keep kids healthy and out of trouble.
A high school band from Michigan plans to change its colors to red and blue, to match its new uniforms from Austintown Fitch.
Around 600 swimmers from Trumbull, Mahoning and Columbiana counties competed in the championship meet.
The victim suffered serious injuries after being hit while crossing East Market Street, said Ohio State Highway Patrol.
The man who killed Sheila Marie Evans almost 25 years ago was executed by lethal injection Wednesday.
The Red Phoenix International Film Festival runs all weekend long in Sharon, Pennsylvania.
Henry Gomez started his career as a journalist writing for The Boardman Bugle. He now works for the BuzzFeed website.
Dr. Mike Sevilla from the Family Practice Center of Salem advocates for both children and adults to get vaccinated.
That, and other crimes reported in Girard.
President Trump’s comments and his action to ban transgender individuals from serving in the military are upsetting to those running the fes…
They said there were ants in their family member’s IV bag and feces on the floor of his room.
Dr. Milton Yarmy graduated from Rayen High School in 1929 and went on to practice family medicine for 53 years.