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It happened around 5:30 p.m. when Steubenville police tried to pull over 20-year-old Donnell Turner of Steubenville.
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CHMELOVSKI, Thomas M., 57, of Arlington, VA, formerly of Steubenville, died Sunday, March 16, 2014, at Trinity West, ER after a brief illness.
The Rev. Sean Sheridan, TOR, president of Franciscan University of Steubenville, has announced the creation of a new administrative department to further strengthen the university's evangelistic and pastoral care programs.
So the "powers that be" here at the Dogpatch Dispatch have again removed the comments made concerning King Reinaman's phone trial.
The Jefferson County Trails and Greenways Task Force will host an open house Monday at the Historic Fort Steuben Visitors Center to show the public proposed plans for a new national bike route and to encourage ideas and suggestions on local walking and bike trails.
A variety of programs are under way through Urban Mission Ministries in Steubenville, which is one of the largest charities in the Upper Ohio Valley, offering food, shelter and other essential services to low-income families.
The commission members also will meet in executive session during the 10 a.m. meeting to discuss changing the salaries for council members and the mayor.
It won't be your ordinary facility; it's one that would include a 20-lane shooting range.
WTOV9.com STEUBENVILLE, Ohio -- Craig Olen Copely's face is familiar to Steubenville police, and his name is familiar to federal law enforcement agencies.
Retired Summit County Common Pleas Judge Patricia Cosgrove in Jefferson County has agreed to a new trial date for William Rhinaman, former director of technology for the Steubenville City School District.
WTOV9.com STEUBENVILLE, Ohio - Police responded to a call for a stolen vehicle along Lincoln Avenue around 11 p.m. Thursday night with the caller telling police they left their car running while they ran into a store.
The new chairman for the 2015 United Way of Jefferson County campaign was all smiles as he walked to the microphone to be formally introduced Thursday night during the annual recognition dinner at the Hellenic Hall.
When a high-speed chase that began in Steubenville ended with a crash in Mingo Junction, police discovered three things inside the vehicle they were pursuing: 3 pounds of marijuana, $4,000 in cash and a suspect with a lengthy criminal past.
She was born in Steubenville on Nov. 11, 1922, a daughter of the late C. Jerome and Helen F. Loftus Mettenberger.