Nicole and Stephanie Quinlan got their start by running their family’s bar. Now, they have their own venture.
Of the 272 banks nationwide that qualified, only 28 were named Bankers Cup winners.
Shannon told officers that he put his hands in his pants because he was an “athlete,” and his hands were cold.
State Representative John Boccieri sat down with some students to read Dr. Seuss’s classic “The Lorax.”
The original mosaic tile floor in the library was refurbished.
Colon cancer is the third leading cause of cancer in both men and women.
Every morning this week, elementary students dropped spare change into the Leprechaun’s pot for Relay for Life.
The accident happened just over the Ohio state line, about three miles west of Jamestown.
Police raided a house about 5:42 p.m. Thursday on S. Bon Air Ave.
Officers arrested three people in a drug bust in Steubenville.
The district is also considering closing the elementary school.
Youngstown police are investigating a shooting at a downtown nightclub.
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The 43-year-old wasn’t just a fellow firefighter — he was a close friend.
Youngstown State Student Government asked for it, and the Board of Trustees listened.
iHeart Radio has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
One of Youngstown’s oldest landmarks will soon be coming down to make more room for the plant that’s under construction.
As word spreads of Toys R Us closing all of its stores, experts are urging customers to use up their gift cards.
Activities like indoor tennis, basketball and baseball training sessions are currently being offered.
Mahoning County Commissioners say they will send letters of support to officials in neighboring Lordstown
The homebuilder confidence rating has dropped for the third straight month, but pockets of new homes are being built in the Valley.
There was plenty to celebrate Thursday at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber’s annual meeting.
The boil advisory was issued on Thursday afternoon after a water main break in Brookfield.
WYTV has confirmed the name of the worker killed in the crash Thursday afternoon.
The acquisition will offer patients additional options for their primary care.
Police said Travis Dick pressured a teen girl to send photos of her breasts to another man.
Youngstown State University President Jim Tressel has a new member of his staff.
Management at The Great Escape said business is doing so well that they needed more space.
With the eventual closing of Toys ‘R’ Us, officials in Boardman are working to update their zoning and planning regulations.
The defense asked for the trial date to be moved in order to have time to respond to the prosecution’s lengthy motion.