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Organizers said they want to make sure people in the Valley remember their roots.
Stephanie Leigh Bridal is offering deals on dresses after Alfred Angelo Bridal shut down this week.
Police said Donald McClain III is a former employee at Cable Hardwoods Inc. in Perry Township, the lumber store where the crime is said to h…
Ralph Infante appeared in court Monday morning for a final pretrial.
The water main break is on the south side of Youngstown, just west of Lake Newport.
After failing a sobriety test, police arrested Black and charged him with a third degree felony OVI.
This year, 11 people were nominated for Shepherd of the Valley’s Valley Legacy Award.
Friday, iHeartMedia in Boardman held a blood drive to help alleviate the Red Cross’s demand.
It was put together by Great Conjunction Spiritual Center, which is a non-profit based in the north side of Youngstown.
The transgender activist and Olympic gold medalist spoke at a breakfast at the RNC to promote LGBT inclusion in the GOP.
Thousands of people lined the streets in Canfield Monday to watch the annual Independence Day parade.
Candy, music and classic cars filled the streets in Struthers Monday for their 40th annual Fourth of July parade.
Digital music and online streaming hurt The Record Connection’s business but on Saturday, people waited in line to make purchases.
Nitro’s Army mobilized after high-profile animal abuse cases in the Mahoning Valley surfaced.
A $3 million grant from the state of Ohio means big changes ahead for the Youngstown Business Incubator.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources donated approximately 2,500 rainbow trout to Mill Creek MetroParks.
A group of cadets is trying to prove it has what it takes to join the Youngstown Fire Department.
A judge sentenced both to one year of probation each on Monday.
No serious injuries were reported during the riot.
Those scores are based on tests students took last spring.
Senator Brown said there is a plan that could replace the pipes that are causing the problems.
The park administrator said the layoffs are part of an “internal restructuring.”
A child born in Iran has a greater chance of survival than a black child born in Youngstown.
A federal judge has said New Beginnings cannot force residents to stay in its nursing homes.
The renovation project is expected to be complete this year.
The state Department of Health recommended the remaining residents — less than 20 — be relocated to other homes over the next 30 days.
The students of St. Rose School in Girard celebrated Heart Health Day by raising money for the American Heart Association.
In 2015, the state patrol made more than 100 arrests for human trafficking on Ohio roadways.
A towing company spent several hours unloading the trailer and then getting it out of the gas station on Salt Springs Road.
New Beginnings, the company that owns Campus Health Care in Liberty, has not responded to multiple requests for comment from WYTV.