Marucci and Gaffney Excavating was doing work on the Kinsman sewer expansion, but the project was plagued with problems.
They couldn’t post bond and were sent to Bucks County Jail.
The band, whose most famous song is, “A Horse with No Name,” will play at Packard on June 15.
Starting Monday, the new McPick 2 menu will let customers pick two items for $2.
It was a very frightening experience as a 57-year-old man walked in carrying the rifle in one hand and an ammo clip in the other hand.
Ohio drivers are seeing the same average price at the pump as they did a week ago.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Varying weather conditions across the Valley prompt districts to act independently when cancelling classes.
President Barack Obama is slated Monday to finalize a set of new executive actions tightening the nation’s gun laws.
The driver was standing outside of the vehicle when emergency crews arrived.
Police in New Castle are investigating two separate stabbings in the city
Firefighters were called about 3 a.m. Monday to a house on Micawber Road in Howland Township.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
The Phantoms had the game tied heading into the third but allowed the Steel to score twice to take the win.
The fire started early Sunday morning from a wood burning stove.
Gianna Rose Bellino was born at 8:24 p.m. on New Year’s Day.
Jim Tomsula was fired by the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night after one disappointing season
The staff was still gearing up for the holidays on Dec. 2, the day 14 people were massacred on the center’s gleaming campus.
President Barack Obama signed a federal emergency declaration Saturday for Missouri, allowing federal aid to be used to help state and local…
Alliance Police say they discovered stolen items in the man’s car and at his residence.
Pettine went 3-13 this season and 10-22 in two years, dropping 18 of his final 21 games after a promising 7-4 start in 2014.
Tolls are expected to go up from anywhere between three and five percent each year until 2044.