It was better than the projected loss of more than $137,000.
The county cannot get money unless the entire state qualifies for FEMA funding.
The plan was approved by the city’s design and review committee, which thought the look blended well with the rest of the downtown.
For the third straight year, the Phantoms will play a 60 game schedule featuring 30 home games and 30 road dates.
Ohio State fan Jeffrey Moorey wanted to make sure that Alabama fans hadn’t forgotten how the 2014 season ended.
A Vienna post office gets a low maintenance facelift.
A shooting was reported at a Chattanooga military facility.
The shootings took places minutes apart, with the gunman stopping his car and spraying dozens of bullets.
Investigators took the suspect into custody when he arrived at a hotel in the Mahoning Valley.
The Trumbull County Engineer’s Office says the new 28-foot structure improves storm drainage.
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That is scheduled to happen later Thursday afternoon behind a closed-door meeting in Columbus.
Nearly 30 people circled the building chanting “no justice, no peace” and “our kids’ lives matter.”
The Ashtabula County Sheriff’s Office is leading the investigation into the case.
After weeks in limbo stemming from revelations of sexual misconduct by one of its stars, “19 Kids and Counting” is officially dead.
The organization is strongly urging households with children younger than six-years-old to stop buying them.
Amazon aimed for Christmas in July with its much-hyped “Prime Day” sale.
The 2015 ESPY Awards were marked by touching moments, including Caitlyn Jenner’s speech on transgender acceptance.
Aaron Young said that Mill Creek’s problem with E. coli bacteria pollution is much smaller than other bodies of water in the state.
The condition, Erythropoietic Protoporphyria, is believed to effect fewer than 500 people in the U.S.