Tabitha Lee was indicted by a Mahoning County grand jury on Thursday.
Three pipes burst along Southern Boulevard, closing the road through Thursday morning.
The owner said Boardman police arrested two young men who threw bricks through the window and stole phones.
The president of All Star Driving School says he hopes it forms a better relationship between law enforcement and the public.
Cooks from local schools learned how to make healthy food appealing and inexpensive.
Frank Lazzeri’s last day will be Sunday, as he retires to spend more time with his grandchildren.
Neighbors said the dust and smell of gasoline prevent them from opening their windows and sitting outside.
Members said they love coming back to the building each year and feel a sense of pride in the celebration.
Even in the water, you’re still sweating. Ingesting water is the only way to fight off dehydration.
Police said Bucci started a fight with another man at Krakatoa, and his friend hit the man in the head with a bottle.
Police released photos of the robber on Thursday, asking for information on his identity.
Police said the suspect threw items at his wife and threatened to kill her after breaking a bedroom door.
Valvoline is moving from its current spot on South Avenue to the location of the old diner on the corner.
The restaurant delivered its plans to the Boardman Zoning Department on Monday.
Brown was arrested in April on rape and corruption charges.
Zoccali comes to Boardman with more than 15 years of experience as a teacher and administrator.
A woman working at the spa told police she arrived there from China on Monday and hadn’t met her boss.
The Task Force held checkpoints on South Avenue at Larkridge and on US 224 at Marinthana over the weekend.
A child and babysitter had just left the area in the house where the car crashed to get something to eat in the kitchen.
Police said Gibson shot into a home on E. Western Reserve Road after attempting to get money from a man who lived there.
Police said the man had a blood-alcohol content of .317 after the crash.
Store staff estimated that Strine stole approximately $30,000 from the store over a two-year period.
The burger joint, which also offers shakes, salads and sandwiches, is the third location for the chain.
Police said Smith and her family were terrorizing their Terrace Avenue neighborhood last April.
Police say Ferrebee was drunk when he hit Jorge Guartan in April 2015 on Glenwood Avenue. Guartan died from his injuries.
The after party will be back at Chili’s Saturday night and at the Austintown Quaker Steak and Lube on Sunday.
The fire chief said the driver was making a left turn onto Market Street from Shields Road.
Local restaurant owners are growing their business, looking to expand further in the near future.
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force said a total of 420 vehicles passed through the checkpoints.
Motorists noticed water gushing up through the pavement.