Habitat workers are taking something old and making it new again.
Gardner is accused of shooting three people in a shoot-out between two biker groups in Warren Township last summer.
Miralene Dawson, of Warren, doesn’t feel like a hero but when her neighbor’s house caught on fire Saturday, she jumped into action.
Tony Wells, 25, was found dead on Main Avenue NW in December of 2014.
A $2 million renovation of the Best Western Park Hotel, located on Courthouse Square, was completed in 2014.
Several agencies in the area depend on the results to pinpoint different needs.
The man was air-lifted to the MetroHealth hospital in Cleveland.
A woman told police her screen door had been peeled away and the main entrance appeared to be broken with a shovel.
The cab driver told police the man demanded a ride from Austintown to Warren, along with all of his money.
Police said heroin, crack cocaine, drug paraphernalia, guns and cash were found inside an apartment on Adams Avenue.
City council voted against legislation that would have reduced the required amount of captains from six to three.
Police issued a warrant for the arrest of Amber Finney after they said she was seen on video with the dog.
Police said the victim was hospitalized after he was assaulted by the group.
Police said the person stole $180 in cigarettes but didn’t take any money from Pit Stop Food Mart on Elm Road.
Children 1 to 5 years old are eligible to be tested.
A veterinarian said the cat had gashes in her neck, indicating that she may have been hung for a time.
Bresha Meadows’ family and close friends, wearing shirts reading #StandWithBresha, watched as the 15-year-old stood before the judge.
The new hires are funded through a Safer Cities federal grant.
Jail employees were notified Thursday that four inmates were “shooting heroin” and one of the inmates had a syringe.
A man who had been shot in the knee told police someone broke into his house, chased him downstairs and shot him.
Jack Daniel Hankins is accused of making and selling methamphetamine in November.
An indictment says Blaine stole $1,400 from an 86-year-old victim by applying for credit card’s in the victim’s name.
Alan Dulka was last seen by family members on January 3 in Bristolville.
The company is investigating but says the extent of the theft could be more than $2 million.
The lawsuit says authority employees refused to work with a family needing accommodations for special needs.
A store employee said the man had his hand in his pocket, acting like he had a gun.
“Those flames were big. It was bad,” one witness said.
The idea is everyone must work together for strong families, schools, and governments while also achieving social justice.
The woman living there and her three children all made it out safely.
Police said Phillips admitted to taking the pipes to support his drug habit.