The Trinity Baptist Church in Warren hosted their third turkey giveaway on Saturday.
Last year, Liberty Township Police Department collected over 1,300 pounds of food, providing 1,135 meals.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Youngstown Police Department will work in conjunction to deter and intercept impaired drivers.
Kentucky State Police arrested Timothy Madden, 38, of Scottsville, on Friday and charged him with murder.
Authorities said the victim was beaten, choked and stabbed in her SUV in March after returning from a concert.
Jackson says the problems continued even with intervention and “performance improvement plans” from the administration.
First Assistant District Attorney Steven Luksa has said investigators believe the victims were chosen at random.
Jurors convicted him of trying to hire another inmate to kill a man who was to testify against him in another case.
On Saturday, no charges had been filed and no names yet released.
Gary Sheely, utilities director in Lima, said the reservoirs there are built much like a dam.
Defense attorney Jason Hazlewood said he feared the appeal would delay Brown’s retrial.
His clothes were not a factor, the Gordonville resident insists, and he did wear sneakers.
The UAW said late Friday that Ford’s contract passed with a 51.4-percent vote.
The National Weather Service said the snow would continue in Illinois and Indiana on Saturday and move into Michigan.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
The SAFE Act would would toughen the refugee screening process.
Anyone in need of the clothing items can just stop and grab what they need.
The annual gala is one of the Boys and Girls Club’s biggest fundraisers.
At the jail, Cappelli reportedly asked to be let out of handcuffs so he could fight the officers.
On Saturday, there will be half-price entry into the museum. Next weekend is buy-one-get-one entry with the donation of canned goods.
FrackFree has asked the Board of Elections to hand count its votes, questioning the accuracy of the count.
The contract covers 52,700 workers at 63 U.S. facilities.