The Raiders will look to go 2-0 in Cleveland Heights next week.
Nate Stahlman ran for two scores as Champion notched their season opening win.
Howland’s defense held Kenmore below 100 total yards of offense.
Local state troopers are part of the effort.
The vehicle is for the school resource officers to show off their Raider pride.
The Patrol plans to release the locations Saturday morning.
A Warren Police officer shot Randall Bryant twice on May 27.
50 people participated Thursday night.
The suspect is seen on surveillance video walking around the building right before the theft occurred.
Oil and gas business is just like any other business with its lows and highs.
Niles dispatchers could assist the county center if needed.
The missing 18-year-old has a connection to an Ashtabula County man.
Anthony Natale is currently running unopposed in the race for the city auditor’s seat.
The annual Blue Mass took place at St. Mary’s Church.
The accident happened early Sunday morning on Elm Road in Warren.
There’s a connection between the man arrested and a missing Warren teen.
Some of the services the office will provide include routine check-ups, immunizations and physicals for sports and schools.
The girl said the contact happened for about a week, in mid-July.
To build excitement, Mayor Doug Franklin served ice cream floats to all employees in attendance.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol said that this year’s “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign runs from next Friday, August 21, to September…
First Energy promises to investigate at least one leaning power pole in Warren.
Jodi Dibble cites an “ongoing illness” in her resignation letter.
The property is owned by Dennis Rossi, who said he plans to seed the vacant lot for now.
Polivka wants to get together a resolution to send to Columbus to continue the tax-free weekend for years to come.
The rocker’s first show sold out in record time.
The anticipated date for Warren’s emergency calls to be handled by Trumbull County 911 is Sept. 9.
Altiere said he was expecting a few hundred, but nowhere near as many as this.
Two boys, ages 11 and 12, were named as suspects following an investigation into the fire.
The store was supposed to close in mid-November,
Trumbull County Coroner Dr. Humphrey Germaniuk said it is 60-year-old Thomas Pickens.