Drivers are reminded to find a safe way home if they’ve been drinking.
The Santisi family said the level of sales at the store was not enough to cover operating costs.
The accident happened just before 8 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Kirk Road and Raccoon Road.
Officers said 44-year-old Troy Tursack, of Niles, brought the woman to Plaza 76 in September to meet a truck driver.
Natalie Lynn is tutoring math to 12-year-old Emily Orlaski, who was diagnosed with kidney cancer two years ago.
The real presidential campaign lasted over a year but this race was done in less than a minute.
Power was restored by Friday afternoon, but Youngstown Water customers are still under a boil alert.
An Austintown woman hopes to help some of Ohio’s veterans who are having difficulties adjusting to civilian life.
The Ironworkers union says local workers should have the contract, but the township says their contract was $80,000 above estimate.
The Cardinals running back scored on a 30-yard run in the second quarter.
Police said the woman admitted to being involved in prostitution to support her heroin habits.
Nine people spoke out against a contract extension for Superintendent Vince Colaluca.
A Mineral Ridge teacher and former girls varsity track coach is off the job.
A tip from another police agency helped Austintown find the suspect.
Eighty-six-year-old Cleveland Indians fan Ginny Shreve got her tickets to the 1948 World Series for just $6.25.
The group supporting the petition is threatening to vote out any school board member who votes for Colaluca’s contract to be renewed.
Police said they have a lead on a possible suspect, but no arrests have been made at this time.
Customers are currently being offered 10 percent off items prior to the store’s closure.
Fitch will host a red hot Cardinal Mooney team in week ten.
With the nation’s growing heroin overdose crisis, police say there is a renewed emphasis on cleaning out old medications.
The levies were placed on the November 8 ballot as a way to generate more funds for each department.
A funeral director in Austintown says there has been a 1,500 percent increase in drug deaths since he started 30 years ago.
The congressman says the system, which has 450,000 disability appeals claims on backlog and long wait times, needs to be reformed.
One driver was cited after the crash, which injured another woman.
The Republican candidate is going up against Democratic incumbent Michele Lepore-Hagan, who spoke Sunday too.
Nine veterans learned from instructors at BikeTown in Austintown.
The Falcons fought back from a 14-0 deficit.
David Black, of Austintown, was arrested and charged with OVI for the sixteenth time on Wednesday.
The Falcons lead 17-0 at halftime and 31-0 after three quarters.
Police said the suspected prostitutes had advertised escort services in the Youngstown area.