As of 6:00 p.m., one store has more than 1,100 cases of water donations– which is at 27,500 bottles of water.
Kubik is a long time supporter of the Ursuline Sisters ministries and was formerly an award-winning journalist and public relations speciali…
The city hall says the tennis center, located in the Olympic Park, is 90 percent complete.
The valley’s best compete for the WKBN 27 Starting Five.
Where the movies have lagged, television has recently exploded with diversity across the dial.
Police said officers tried to pull the driver over on McCartney Road, when he took off through several neighborhoods in speeds in excess of …
It was an effort by the billionaire developer to draw contrasts with Ted Cruz, his top rival in the Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses.
The gas company met with neighbors at City Hall on Thursday to answer questions about its new $2 billion project.
Obama said the additional money for cities came as a result of the bipartisan budget agreement that Congress passed in December.
While much of the blame has been directed at Gov. Rick Snyder and state officials, some have faulted the EPA for not acting more forcefully.
The improvements to the Lily Pond have made the facility more accessible, according to the park.
Crenshaw is banned from school property due to the incident.
The 25 year old was arrested at the Motor Inn Drive in October.
The judge also said Scheuer’s case against Detroit-based GM was “almost worthless as a settlement tool.”
Jamaur Brown was arrested during a police raid in November of a North Park Avenue home.
It’s the second time in the last two weeks that a dangerous critter was discovered in a Florida pool.
Police said Streeter robbed and assaulted a man near the Christy House on Main Avenue NW.
These big thinkers are now tackling a problem as complex as any logarithm – solving the Cleveland Browns.
Many eyes will be on a February 9 matchup between McDonald and Lisbon, which falls two days after the OHSAA’s selection meeting.
State meteorologist Jeff Jumper says accumulations over 12 inches are expected in the southern half of the state.