There was fire at the same house a month ago, according to firefighters at the scene.
Prosecutors accused Roller, 50, of Liberty, of stealing services from MYCAP, created to help lower-income families.
The sheriff says he’s looking at other people.
The old St Joseph School building will be coming down.
The 300-ton transformer will make its way to a Highland Avenue Ohio Edison facility.
Police say a man was shot in the chest while sitting in his car.
There was plenty of flame in at least two of the fires.
First Energy promises to investigate at least one leaning power pole in Warren.
Attorney General Mike DeWine says legalizing marijuana will change Ohio.
Judge Evans was elected to three six-year terms on the bench.
One man was indicted under the so-called Federal Crack House Statute.
The fair doesn’t open until September 2nd, but things are happening.
There are disposal bins at the Canfield Fairgrounds.
AG Mike DeWine says gas stations aren’t allowed to match prices.
Youngstown State President, Jim Tressel, talks about the upcoming year at YSU, as well as the Youngstown area in a 33 News interview.
One bacteria test number jumped to 727.
The Spike TV producers are back in Youngstown.
The school board says classes will start Aug. 24th even if there is a strike.
DeAngelo Young, 21, is charged with attempted murder.
Tickets go on sale Friday, August 14.
Players in the spring flag football league were asked to donate at least one book.
The coroner’s office is continuing their investigation into the crash.
Police charged Michael R. Atwood, 30, with aggravated trafficking, including possession of heroin with the intent to distribute.
The Mahoning County District Board of Health is expected to release the results Thursday before 5 p.m.
The checkpoint will be conducted in the Howland-Warren Area.
Crews were able to start clearing the scene just before 10 a.m.
The Republican U.S. Senator is talking jobs all around Ohio.
Crews are working hard to avoid a positive bacteria test.
Traffic will be stopped briefly on Route 11 in Canfield on Thursday and Friday.
Over a hundred neighbors, relatives and friends turned out in Sharon Wednesday night to remember little Layden Thomas.