The former Culinary Arts restaurant is reopening as Aqua Pazzo — what the chef and owners describe as a “modern Italian restaurant.”
The new Student Success Center will consolidate all services related to student retention and success on the third floor of Jones Hall.
Dobbins Elementary School students learned about hydration, nutrition, sun exposure and bike safety during its “Dawg Day” event Friday.
The employee told police he was hit with a hammer and struck by a vehicle while attempting to stop two suspicious customers from leaving.
City leaders and bar owners said they’re working together to prevent such fights from occurring in the future.
Firefighters found one dog alive and took it to a nearby animal hospital. Four additional dogs are unaccounted for.
Police said the Farrell man was partially ejected from the vehicle and taken to the hospital for head injuries.
The slowdown may raise concerns that weak U.S. economic growth has discouraged some employers from hiring.
In a surprise rebuke, Ryan announced Thursday that he was “just not ready” to support Trump.
The idea was to give participants a better understanding of the opiate epidemic in Trumbull County.
Three young men were stabbed during an incident with the man, who may have also been injured.
Some alcohol sale proceeds would go to student affairs for alcohol awareness.
The general public is hitting the links a little later in the day Friday at two Boardman golf courses.
Rushton was one of 37 people named in a 261-count indictment.
Boardman police observed a one-year-old in the vehicle along with signs of drug activity.
More than 450 tips have been received and state and Pike County investigators have spoken with nearly 130 witnesses.
The shooting took place Thursday at High Point High School in Beltsville, Maryland.
Jerry Sandusky is serving decades in prison for sexual abuse of boys, the earliest incident in 1998.
Officers apprehended two 15-year-old boys within minutes of the shooting, and are questioning them.
If more miles are added, the trail would continue to Columbiana County but it would cost the MetroParks $700,000.
The boy was taken to the hospital for a psychological evaluation.
The lawsuit seeks more than $5 million in damages but any award would be decided by a jury.