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The population of Youngstown has been shrinking for years, but there’s been a big demand for people needing rides
Several local Sears locations have also closed within the past year.
The annual Cortland Street Fair starts Thursday but planning for the popular event begins months earlier.
Youngstown Schools CEO Krish Mohip enters into his one-year anniversary at the helm of the district.
A vacant lot right next to New Castle City Hall will become a new Speedway gas station.
The grant from ODOT will help replace all the lights on U.S. Route 30 in 2019.
21-year-old Tiquan Turner of Youngstown was arrested and charged with soliciting and possession of criminal tools
The village made late payments to the state and IRS from 2014 through 2015.
A semi-truck caught fire Thursday around noon on I-680 southbound.
Democratic Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown on Thursday blasted the Senate’s draft bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Two new trustees and a student representative were appointed.
Forbes’ ranking of 30 two-year trade schools in the U.S. highlights schools that can get students closer to a high-paying job.
New Castle Mayor Tony Mastrangelo is excited that his city was chosen for a marijuana grow operation.
The Campbell City School District is offering free breakfast and lunch for anyone 18 years old and younger.
Police said McGhee has been arrested in the past for soliciting sex in Austintown.
The suspect from a Memorial Day shooting in Youngstown was arrested Thursday morning.
Lunches were handed out Wednesday across the street after a ceiling on the second floor collapsed Tuesday inside the hall.
A total of 379 vehicles passed through the checkpoints, and four vehicles were investigated further.
If you saw a parade of old Model A cars in the area on Wednesday, don’t worry — you haven’t gone back in time.
The Ohio Department of Transportation said the ramp will be closed from 7 to 8 p.m. for guardrail repairs.
Drinking water samples were tested Wednesday and found not to be contaminated.
The first home game of the season will be at Eastwood Field, starting at 7:05 p.m.
Officers said ODOT workers found several signs warning them not to trim ditches, including one that said, “Mow ditches, get stitches.”
There’s been a big improvement at Campbell City Hall since flooding issues Monday that shut the building down.
More than two dozen abandoned homes will soon be coming down in Youngstown.
A private firm will be taking over the central workshop at the Robert Bycroft campus in Lisbon.
Those running the kitchen in Youngstown are in desperate need of help.
“I don’t know anybody that would do that to a kid like B Samps,” Nathan Rein said of his friend since fifth grade.
This building is the first of 11 projects that will be taken down in the City of Warren in the next 120 days.