Ohio’s first tax holiday may help back-to-school shoppers.
U.S. Marshals picked up fifty-three-year-old James Adams Tuesday afternoon at a home on Youngstown’s south side.
Police arrested James Johnson, 15, Tuesday, saying he is a suspect in the shooting death of Jarell Brown on Sunday, July 26.
The incident happened just before 3 a.m. near the Shell gas station at the corner of Market Street and East Avondale Avenue.
Police say the driver may have suffered a medical condition.
The Serenity Garden is now open at the Joanie Abdu Comprehensive Breast Care Center in Youngstown.
The performance will be Three Dog Night’s first full show in Youngstown in more than a decade.
Michael Paige is one of two people accused in the death of Munir Blake back in 2012.
Business in downtown Youngstown is growing and some are hoping the days of shutting down streets to hold events will get pared down.
Second Harvest Food Bank volunteers donated more than seven thousand hours of their time this year.
The hearing is scheduled for August 24.
The $1-million project means four fewer traffic lights.
Mill Creek Park closed its three lakes July 10 after finding high levels of the bacteria E. Coli in the water.
AAA says the average price for regular in Youngstown-Warren is down 31-cents for the month.
Police are still looking to talk to witnesses, or anyone who may know what happened.
Sonoma Technology supplies the forecast for the council, according to the release.
A witness told WYTV that the driver was speeding and cut through a construction zone before crashing.
The driver said she swerved to miss a deer near Mill Creek Park and hit a tree.
Police had been to the man’s house on Idora Ave. many times before.
Crossing the street in downtown Youngstown may be a little easier and a lot safer now.
A big donation to Second Harvest Food Bank will help family pets through the dog days of summer.
Checkpoints were set up over the weekend on Mahoning and South avenues where 230 vehicles were checked.
A Youngstown man who skipped out on sentencing last year on a felonious assault charged was picked up Monday morning in Youngstown.
The train made a second trip to and from Ashtabula on Sunday.
The incident happened on West Indianola Avenue.
There were scattered showers with heavy rain and thunder.
Adults were also among the fans of slimy, slithery creatures.
The dogs were rescued and are recovering at an Akron facility.
Supporters gathered at Mill Creek Park Saturday demanding total transparency after the water issues at the park’s lakes.
Train enthusiasts between Youngstown and Ashtabula headed to the tracks Saturday to see the first run of a passenger steam locomotive.