Gabe Simpson scored a game-high 24 points to lead Warren Harding to a 79-52 win over Boardman Tuesday night.
Snow appeared agitated, often speaking above a whisper to Blackwood to try to understand questions from U.S. Magistrate Judge David S. Cayer…
The Community Bill of Rights picked up 13 more “yes” votes after a hand recount, but it was not enough to pass the amendment.
Michaux divorced Dear in 1993 and alleged he had a violent temper.
The clerk was physically assaulted and hospitalized with a minor head injury.
Police said a woman reported seeing her neighbor’s home being burglarized by a man was loading several items into a Jeep Cherokee.
Joe Ganim was Bridgeport’s mayor for 12 years, until his corruption conviction.
Letterman graduated from Ball State in 1969.
Tomlin’s remarks were in contrast to what Roethlisberger offered on his weekly radio appearance on 93.7 The Fan.
The St. Clair Twp. Police Department is investigating a violent home invasion that left a 68-year-old man with severe facial injuries.
Mike Pettine still hasn’t decided if he’ll re-insert Johnny Manziel, recently benched for off-field antics.
The attack happened in a home near Cleveland that the three share.
The driver of the Warren City school bus was treated for minor injuries at the scene.
Most of the 180 workers at its Franklin Park office who are involved in gas and oil drilling will be moved to Houston.
Hamilton County prosecutor Joe Deters said he expects to announce the conclusion Wednesday.
The Irish duo is joined by Cardinal Mooney’s Andrew Armstrong and Salem’s Max Righetti on the First Team.
Esarco racked up 81 tackles with two sacks, one interception, and a forced fumble for the Cardinals during the regular season.
Republican Gov. John Kasich has said such legislation is not his priority.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
The rookie officer said that Tamir Rice didn’t obey his commands and that he saw the boy pulling a weapon out of his waist band.
The department first proposed moving it to May 20, 2014, the day Pennsylvania’s ban was overturned.
What started as a free book program is now so much more than that.