Alliance man draws 3 years in prison
A Stark County Common Pleas Court judge sentenced an Alliance man to prison after police discovered his methamphetamine lab while serving another county's warrant.
Magistrate denies motion in Gill fatal crash
Almost two years after a fatal crash that killed Nicole Cockrell, Zachary Gill hoped to have his driving privileges restored.
Mon May 20, 2013
NAMI Meeting Topic is Loved Ones Of Prisoners Support Group
Helping families that have a member in jail or prison will be the focus of a presentation by Linda Davis, the executive director of Loved Ones of Prisoners, at the Thursday meeting of the National Alliance on Mental Illness Portage County.
Sat May 18, 2013
Smoke Alarm Code, Court Escapee and Industrial Expansion
Graham crash charges A Peninsula, OH, woman has been charged with drunken driving, among other offenses, after being involved in a crash that closed Graham Road last month .
Powerball ticket sales rapidwith jackpot at $600 million
With the Powerball jackpot at $600 million Friday, many Alliance residents found themselves in line at Thorne's Market on South Union Avenue buying tickets.
Alliance to graduate 196 on Sunday
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Former Alliance resident answers call to priesthood
Lisa M. Zaina, daughter of the late Ronald and Mary Louise Zaina, of Alliance, will graduate Monday from the Yale Divinity School with a Master of Divinity.
Alliance officials to enforce high weed, grass ordinance
Alliance Safety-Service Director W. John Gross is well known for his affection for nature, but he doesn't necessarily have the same love for weeds.
Fri May 17, 2013
End-of-life care directive, family discussions allow your wishes to be honored
What would happen if you became suddenly ill or had an accident that left you unable to make your own health care decisions? Who would speak for you? What if the doctors are telling your loved ones that you are not expected to recover the ability to know who you are or where you are? Who knows you well enough to make difficult health care decisions ... (more)
Thu May 16, 2013
Man found dead in vehicle may have died from carbon monoxide
According to Detective Lt. John Jenkins, Richard Kibler, 38, of 148 Selby St., was discovered deceased in his station wagon shortly after 10:15 a.m. Wednesday, after dispatchers received a call about a medical emergency.
Alliance Lions honor Don Lanham with Melvin Jones Fellowship Award
Alliance Lions Club recently honored Lion Don Lanham with the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award.
CWU holds annual Friendship Day
The May Friendship Day luncheon for Alliance Area Church Women United was held May 3 at the AASC.
Five members of the Rotary International Group Study Exchange Team talk about their experiences in the U.S. during Rotary meeting of District 6650 in Alliance, Ohio, on May 15, 2013.
Wed May 15, 2013
Summit County Trolley tour to honor architectural landmarks in Akron, Peninsula
The Summit County Historical Society will have a Trolley Tour to honor the 2012 Architectural Heritage Award winners May 18.
Columbiana County Sheriff Reports for 5-15
Ronald Richards Jr., 46, state Route 7, Madison Township, called for a deputy at 5:32 p.m. Saturday after getting into an argument with his wife upon learning she signed up for welfare despite the fact he has a full-time job.
Readers Tell Us
IN RESPONSE TO the recent Readers Tell Us submission from a person interested in doing volunteering: One suggestion would be the Alliance Community Pantry.
Alliance Board of Zoning Appeals awards sign, setback variances
The Alliance Board of Zoning Appeals approved sign and setback variances related to two Alliance construction projects during its regular meeting on Tuesday.
Alliance court processed 8,000-plus cases last year
The Ohio Revised Code requires municipal courts to publish an annual report of operations, which shows increases in criminal and traffic proceedings represent more than half of the cases heard in Alliance, Ohio, Municipal Court.
Grand jury fails to indict suspects in Alliance drug trafficking case
Two of the three defendants arrested in regard to alleged drug trafficking in downtown Alliance were no-billed by the Stark County grand jury, according to a press release issued by Prosecutor John Ferrero.
Tue May 14, 2013
City engineer provides project updates during committee meeting
Alliance City Council's Streets and Alleys Committee discussed current and upcoming projects during a 90-minute meeting, which was briefly interrupted for approval of the city's Community Development Block Grant funding.