Ila F. Hrenko passed away February 8
A grant covering 80 percent of the cost allowed the Trumbull County Engineer’s Office to purchase the trucks.
The school has since been closed indefinitely for unrelated problems with E. coli in the wells.
The practice, often undertaken to prevent cats from shredding furniture or injuring humans.
NASCAR said the new rule prevents severely damaged race cars from returning to the track and creating a safety hazard.
The announcement didn’t say who would perform the tributes.
Tickets will be decreased in 40 percent of FirstEnergy Stadium.
Trump’s tweets have in the past also affected shares in U.S. automakers, Boeing and Carrier.
The interpreter waited nearly four years for his special immigrant visa.
David G. Hanisko, 73, passed away February 8
Rita Mae Collingwood, 95, died February 8
Ruth Shilling died peacefully February 8
Firefighters said a tree trimming truck clipped a gas line, rupturing it.
The judge also barred Ohio from using drugs that paralyze inmates and stop their hearts.
Police said a man came into the store and held a knife to an employee’s shoulder as he was refilling coffee pots.
Mahoning County Judge Maureen Sweeney found that an impartial jury could not be seated for Robert Seman’s case.
A New Jersey boy has become the first openly transgender member of the Boy Scouts.
Deputies say the woman told them she had been tied up and placed in the shed against her will.
Charles M. Carlisle passed away February 8
This isn’t the first time smugglers tried to use fake produce to bring drugs into the United States.
The final score was Sharon 63, Farrell 53.