22 people spent Sunday at Ohev Tzedk Temple to celebrate Christmas in the “Jewish Tradition.”
Farmer’s National Bank hosted the Salem dinner, while Gleaner’s Food Bank hosted the Youngstown dinner.
The emergency 911 lines for Lordstown and Warren Township were never down.
A coroner made the determination after the three were found inside their home in Johnstown. The girl was five months old.
A report released last month revealed that toy injuries alone resulted in 185,000 visits to the emergency room.
Lexis Yandel Bautista De Jesus, born premature, spent nearly 60 days in intensive care. Christmas Eve marked his first day home.
People were also lined up outside Lariccia’s in Boardman Saturday morning around 7:30 a.m.
Firefighters in Campbell were called to a car fire on Regent Street Christmas Eve morning.
An overnight accident on Route 680 north sent one driver to the hospital.
A customer summed it up pretty well: “When you run out of gifts and they don’t give you a good list, you give them gift cards.”
President Obama signed a bill Friday that will upgrade the Youngstown Air Reserve Station’s outdated equipment.
The university said multiple departments are trying to get YSU students to the FCS National Championship game.
Dr. Donald Allen is a Boardman veterinarian who says pets need to be kept away from holiday decorations and food.
These former Notre Dame and Ohio State football players have lived the story of the troubled star athlete.
Rogelio Rojas-Arzuaga is charged with keeping two dozen roosters in his home without a permit.
It’s been six months since property developer Dominic Gatta was cited for code violations at his Gallagher building in Youngstown.
People poured into the Mission for four hours on Friday to get ham, ribs and even a Christmas cookie.
A multi-family apartment complex caught fire Friday afternoon in Youngstown.
High school swimming has always been a part of the Valley, but in recent years, swim meet officials have seen a drop in swimmers.
Nationwide, more people sent packages this holiday season than hand-delivered them.
John Hickey, who graduated in 1990, unveiled the red devil logo on the wall of the current Lordstown gym.
When this church was built, coal, not steel, ruled Youngstown and Abraham Lincoln had just taken office.
Volunteers fixed up a home for the Crowder family just in time for the holidays.
Youngstown Community Police stepped in to help bring Christmas joy to 25 families.
Police said Dale Rosier, Jr. hit his girlfriend’s daughter so hard that she suffered a bruise and split lip.
More workers are expected to be hired at NLMK once the project is finished.
The 33-page document details allegations against Ralph Infante, including bribery, theft in office and gambling.
Police are urging the public to call if they have any information.
With no snow covered roads to plow, local roads crews are given a chance to catch up on other work.
Some residents in Berlin Township lost power when the truck knocked down the lines.