Sgt. Bill Ward has been released from a burn unit and is doing well at home, police said.
The North Ridgeville man, charged with a murder in Solon last month, was arrested in Boardman in May on weapons charges.
Crews were called out to the fire on Broad Street on Tuesday afternoon.
Moore was expected to be sentenced to three years in prison on Tuesday, but he will now go to trial.
Students were left scrambling after ITT Technical Institute announced the closure Tuesday in an email.
One driver was cited after an accident that sent an SUV onto its roof.
Youngstown police are investigating a possible homicide after discovering a body inside a home on Belden Avenue.
The cases are among several so-called “bellwether” trials that are testing the legal boundaries of hundreds of claims against GM.
Donations can come from your own backyard.
Text, picture and video updates let parents know what their child is doing. It’s being used in some classrooms across Mahoning County.
Clinton supporters agreed that the Clinton administration would build an economy that works for everyone.
The countdown is on, only 63 more days until the election, and the race between the two candidates is heating up.
Businesses can use up to $15,000 and they have to match the amount they use dollar for dollar.
The “Burb of the Burgh” commercials touted Ohio as the place to operate a business with lower taxes.
Monday marked the 37th anniversary of Buhl Day, a tradition that began in 1916 when Frank Buhl gave his employees the day off on Labor Day.
Howland police officers want to know if anyone can help them solve a series of crimes that happened over the weekend.
Trump will be the second big political name stopping in the Mahoning Valley within the last five days.
Planning for the fair is a team effort, from putting out trash cans to checking wires.
For many students, a typical day involves class, sports or after-school activities and somehow fitting in a part-time job.
Joseph Pavlansky held a book signing to meet some of the community members interested in his book.
Some local voters say they’re happy that the nominees are vying for their vote.
Police said a man had stolen an ambulance from a gas station in Liberty because it had been left unlocked with the key inside.
Hundreds of people brought out their historic cars Sunday for a car show to benefit Tanner Noble.
Many people went to the 20th annual Open Garden in Hubbard Sunday to stop and smell the roses, among other things.
Families picked a theme and dressed up their cows to match.
Canfield Fire and Rescue was well prepared for the fair and able to respond to emergencies faster than ever.
The celebration begins Monday at 9 a.m. with a memorial service for Frank and Julia Buhl, and closes at 5 p.m.
Police confirmed a sergeant was shocked by a downed electric wire at the scene of the crash.
The walk was started by a mother who wishes she had more resources when her son battled with a heroin addiction.
All of the games were formed in 1907 on Brownsea Island in the United Kingdom.