The seats have been made available because the stage configuration has opened up additional seating.
Police said Bell was celebrating her birthday Aug. 2, 2013, at Perkins Park when she accidentally shot McKayla Hopkins, 18, in the torso
There will also be local saturation patrols throughout Mahoning County during the weekend.
According to the release, Giant Eagle will sell them at 90 northern Ohio locations in 13 counties.
Authorities say in each case, cars were not locked by their owners.
Mosquitoes in five local health districts have tested positive for West Nile virus.
It’s called “America’s Story,” by Ray Simon.
Normally, Forever Safe Farm is a quiet place for rescued animals.
Workers are repaving a section of Southern Blvd. near East Midlothian Blvd.
Artists are setting up for the 17th annual Summer Festival of the Arts on YSU’s campus.
Sharon Police are seeking a warrant for the arrest of Jessica Bucher, who is from Hermitage, according to the release.
For the second time in one week, a traffic stop in Scioto County has turned up hundreds of oxycodone pills.
A police chase ends with officers tracking down the driver of a stolen SUV on foot.
Doctors determined the injuries were not from an accident.
The detour will take motorists on Interstate 680 southbound to Route 711 northbound to Interstate 80.
There are now two lanes of traffic for eastbound traffic over state Route 11.
The city of Salem has spent the past year gearing up for Bike Week.
Each district has 13 months to raise their local share before the state funding is released.
Frederick Swillings’ body was found near Mohawk High School on May 1. Investigators said he had been shot several times.
Police have been investigating the home at 408 Eighth St. for several months.
Mahoning Valley native Ray Simon painted the piece known as America’s Story.
Instead of textbook lessons, the children are able to have hands-on experiences.
WYTV had an independent lab test the water’s pollution levels.
One of the crewmen is Bill Flowers, a Hubbard resident and Vietnam veteran.
Six weeks after the fire, Asphalt Solutions had all the equipment it needed and was back in business.
The bridge will reopen Aug. 1 with a community celebration.
Police said the men broke into two houses and a car and took several items, including a white princess piggy bank.
Police said they found more than $7,000 in drugs and $4,000 in cash and approximately $1,000 in weapons during two raids on May 20.
Charges against the man are pending.
Police said the pair had items in their trunk that the officer determined to be taken from a nearby house.