Board members said they are sad to see Timothy Hilk leave, but wish him the best.
Four months ago, three houses filled with families stood on Lisbon Street. Now, neighbors across the street have a very different view.
Mahoning County Democratic Party Chairman David Betras and his nephew, Ernest Barkett, will be driving down together.
Clark County sheriff’s dispatchers received 911 calls from people who said they heard a crash and possibly saw smoke.
The agency is warning older adults to use caution if they receive a call that asks for money to keep a grandchild from going to jail.
The officer cut his mouth after biting into a Reuben sandwich at a restaurant Monday.
Prosecutors said Dorsey-Pace planned to transport the drugs from Buffalo, New York to New Castle.
A clerk at Family Dollar in Boardman said Johnson robbed the store by gunpoint and stole 15 packs of cigarettes.
Chetara, James and Deann Bevins were charged in May after a search of their home on 15th Street.
Terry Strosnyder was charged with the murder of 46-year-old Athena Nicholas.
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine has emerged as the leading contender.
The fair started at 10 a.m. Saturday and ran until 1 p.m. at Metro Assembly.
Police responded in large numbers to the mall in the northern part of Munich, not far from the city’s Olympic Stadium.
Smith is being investigated for allegations of having an unlawful interest in a public contract.
Less than 25 people total, all week long, were arrested due to altercations between protesters and police.
A registered Republican, he would be seeking an open seat vacated by Republican David Vitter.
A Youngstown Municipal Court judge sentenced Atty. Andrea Burton to 5 days in jail, but the decision is being appealed.
The announcement of Clinton’s pick could come as early as Friday afternoon in Florida.
The moments before the shooting were recorded on cellphone video and show Charles Kinsey lying on the ground with his arms raised.
Hubbard City Water customers should refrain from any unnecessary water usage during this time.
Thousands were left without power in Trumbull County, but power had been mostly restored by the afternoon.
A warrant for Kniseley’s arrest was issued by the Niles Police Department.