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.
Nicholas Kovacs was arrested by U.S. Marshals and Boardman police on Friday afternoon.
The 19-car train will leave the Covelli Centre Saturday and Sunday morning and head for Ashtabula, returning in the evening.
The Boardman campus of St. Elizabeth was built under Bob Shroder’s tenure.
The annual Youngstown festival celebrates Italian heritage.
The fires broke out minutes apart but were extinguished quickly.
The law may lessen the number of trucks on the road but could also cause safety problems.
Police said he stole $400 in quarters and caused more than $1,000 in damage at a Youngstown laundromat.
Deborah Poindexter, 46, is charged with murder and two counts of endangering children.
Their first mission will be to tear down a dozen blighted homes near Taft Elementary on the city’s south side.
Jail records show that police believe Kavalesky committed those offenses in Hubbard.
The first intersections will be Market and Boardman and Market and Front, according to the mayor.
Prices are off an average 10-cents for the week.
Four mistrials have been declared in the case of Paul Brown.
The Purple Cat is planning to add a camping area and 15 new jobs.
Officers found about 8 to 10 shell casings on Erie Street, about a block away from where the victim was found.
For the young and old, the triathlon was an opportunity to work on physical fitness.
Trains leave at 9am and return at 5pm each day; lunch will be served in Ashtabula.
Kids who wanted to hone their basketball skills were treated to a celebrity basketball clinic.
This is the first year for the festival in downtown Youngstown since it moved from the B&O Station on Phelps Street.
How did Mill Creek Park go from seemingly normal status to closed in a matter of weeks? WYTV has a recap here.