Proceeds from the 22nd annual event benefit Goodwill’s job training and employment services.
More than 200 local girls participated in The American Girl Fashion Show this weekend.
The Youngstown NAACP brought educators and community members together on Saturday morning.
Body was found in the street.
Some of those restaurants contributing to the job growth are right here in the Valley.
The students involved say it is good to have opportunities to learn and grow outside of sports.
The Phantoms continued their hot streak Friday night, topping Sioux Falls.
See a chart detailing various pothole claims in the city.
The foundation has posted more than a dozen scholarships on its website.
Viewer Facebook comments and emails led our crew to roads with some of the worst potholes in the Valley.
WYTV has gathered photos of some of the worst potholes in the Mahoning Valley.
Grove City High School seniors Lucas Zenobi, Noah Livingston and Caroline Coulter will receive $250 for their documentary.
A stray bullet came through a window and hit her in the back and exited through her chest in April.
Police arrested Chacone in December.
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The controversy stems from raises or bonuses former auditor Michael Sciortino granted to 18 employees just days before his suspension.
Government buildings across the state will be sounding their sirens at 9:50 a.m. Friday.
In a report released from the incident, the apartment where the victim died did not have a working smoke detector.
A head-on collision Thursday afternoon sent two men and two children to the hospital.
The proposal would require business owners who do not clear their sidewalks of snow by 7 a.m. the day after a snowstorm to be charged $150.
The pothole on McClurg Road in front of the bus garage has since been fixed.
No more violence was the message Thursday behind a special event at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Youngstown.
Anthony Cafaro Sr. stepped out of retirement to present a check for $100,000 towards the project.
The day also included speakers who discussed staying drug free and giving back.
The 2014 campaign goal raised $50,000 more than the 2013 goal.
Sheriff Thomas Altiere said an email with a video attachment claiming to be about gun safety was not what it claimed.
Michael Sciortino declined a request for an interview for this story.
The city claims owner Sergio Dipaolo continues to have people doing renovations in the building without the proper permits.
Commissioner Anthony Traficanti said he wants to see if the county can do anything to help.
Authorities described the lab as a one-pot operation.