Ninety-four percent approved the $1.5 billion merger on Tuesday at the RTI annual meeting of shareholders.
Considered one of the major authors of the 20th century, Doctorow enjoyed critical and popular success over his 50-year career.
Approximately 300,000 people in the Mahoning Valley get their water from the Meander Reservoir.
Photos of the individuals indicted during a heroin trafficking investigation.
Their first mission will be to tear down a dozen blighted homes near Taft Elementary on the city’s south side.
The video posted by the Texas Department of Public Safety shows the trooper stopping Sandra Bland for failure to signal a lane change.
The court’s unanimous ruling addressed a key question: Where is the line between legal and illegal political wheeling and dealing?
The chemical reaction might have been caused by the manufacturing of drugs, Montgomery County police spokesman Capt. Paul Starks said.
After Kasich officially entered the race, Trumbull County Democrats spoke out about what they think of his bid for the White House.
Tom Moore drew Archie Andrews and his friends on and off from 1953 until he retired in the late 1980s
Al-Ghazi was arrested June 19 after he tried to buy an assault rifle from an undercover FBI agent.
Bonds’ legal victory is unlikely to win over critics who concluded he cheated by using performance-enhancing drugs.
The Cleveland-based company bought the former McLouth Steel in Gibraltar and says it plans to make steel for automakers and other companies.
A week-and-a-half after the fire, the couple also admitted spray painting graffiti at the Old Mill at Mill Creek Park.
The woman was sentenced after earlier entering an Alford plea, maintaining innocence but acknowledging prosecutors had enough evidence to co…
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Cincinnati police are also investigating, and city leaders pledged Tuesday to make sure the case is given a thorough, transparent review.
One woman said William Murphy tried to run her over with his car.
Among the 37 suspects indicted was Terrence Rushton, 32, of Youngstown, who is believed to be the ringleader of the group.
Back in 2011, the service targeted more than 80 centers as part of a nationwide streamlining program to help cut costs.