The suspect turned himself in to police Thursday night.
Several were in line early at the AT&T stores in Boardman and Niles well before the 8 a.m. opening time.
Scottish voters have resoundingly rejected independence.
The goal for the first annual campaign is to raise $75,000 between now and mid-December.
One of the two injection wells in Weathersfield Township that may have caused an Aug. 31 minor earthquake can resume operations.
Megan Wilson’s children were not allowed to play outside for nearly three weeks because of the hornet nest next door.
The Vienna Historical Society plans to unveil the marker at 12:30 p.m. Saturday.
The Struthers Advanced Placement environmental science class visited Yellow Creek Park to test the health of the water.
Chad Palmer started as an inspector with the department on Sept. 8.
The law was drafted after a May check found over 266 out of place vehicles on the street.
It happened at the Pizza-N-Gyro Place at the corner of Market Street and Southern Boulevard around 10:45 p.m.
The Atlanta-based home improvement retailer said Thursday it has eliminated the malware behind the attacks.
Over 40 percent of Youngstown residents live at or below the poverty line. Even worse, two out of three kids live in poverty.
Andrew Kocak of Boardman, who police claim actually performed the branding on a Struthers teen, was indicted Thursday.
Police used a tracking device hidden in the stolen cash to arrest the suspect.
A big cut in revenue will be when lease payments to the city from Vallourec go away.
Authorities found the car in the river near Salt Springs Road.
Struthers police and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced the arrest Thursday.
A Cortland man won a $20,000 jackpot on Thursday afternoon.
Voters will decide in November if they want the wards in the city of Youngstown to be reduced from seven to five.