The investigation began after an officer sent a text message from a fatal overdose victim’s phone.
The Valley took the time Monday to remember the nearly 3,000 lives that were lost 16 years ago, on Sept. 11, 2001.
The “Meds to Beds” pharmacy is set to open later this fall.
Larry Moliterno has worked in Columbus on legislative solutions to the drug and alcohol abuse problems in the area.
According to the Ohio Department of Health, three babies die each week in Ohio because of unsafe sleep environments.
A detour has not been set up, but Boardman police are asking drivers to avoid the area.
Mike O’Horo connected with Jujuan Forte for a 9-yard TD pass to begin the game.
Christina was live in Boardman, talking with the Spartans about their first home game of the season.
FirstLight Home Care owners — father and son, Mike and Michael Senchak — were named “Entrepreneurs of the Year.”
Employees said Cooper put his bare buttocks on a window because he was mad they wouldn’t let him in the store early.
Police say the child screamed in a house for an hour while the mother smoked pot outside.
The former eye doctor’s office and phone repair building was torn down at the corner of California Avenue and US-224.
Police said the boy was covered in food and dirt, and he was not wearing a diaper.
Domonhic Jennings scored on a 3-yard TD run for the Spartans.
Senator Rob Portman recently proposed legislation after a two-year investigation into the website Backpage.com.
In the latest incident, police said Julia Karis bit an employee at Gabe’s who tried to get back stolen items.
Four people are facing charges in Boardman after a woman told police that the group threatened to kill her.
Police said the suspect passed a pharmacy employee a note, reading that he was an addict and had a gun.
Mill Creek MetroParks’ police chief said the park is a “wild place,” so pet owners should use caution there.
Investigators say the group was led by Zachary Howell, found murdered in a burning car in Youngstown earlier this year.
The district is in the middle of a fundraising effort to raise money for ticket booths, bathrooms and locker rooms.
One of the people arrested this weekend faces four felony charges.
The last eclipse in 1979 is what got Megan Turillo, a 5th grade teacher, interested in science. Now she wants to spark her students’ interes…
The line moved quickly and people were able to get their glasses within a half hour.
The tech team at Boardman schools will be using their video cameras to show the eclipse.
Curtis and Linda Beblo drove over an hour from Pennsylvania on a whim. They plan to drive to Kentucky to see the eclipse.
Police said the suspect tried to jump out of a window at the Red Roof Inn after she was handcuffed.
Police said the robber took an undisclosed amount of cash.
The 42nd annual Friendship Games marks the first time a Japanese Little League team has played baseball in Ohio.
A jury made its decision after three hours of deliberation.