The most popular items for bad winter weather have been bread, eggs, milk and toilet paper, according to one store manager.
A statewide database will record scrap metal sales to be shared with local and state law enforcement.
A group called Responsible Ohio hopes to put its ballot measure before voters this fall.
The local foundation is working to help make lives better in the Mahoning Valley, by providing grants to groups in the community.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol indicated that every available trooper will be on the roads in case there’s trouble.
Her current tour is celebrating Judd’s 30-year career in country music.
ODOT crews are planning their attack for the winter storm predicted for this weekend.
Colleague Paul Wetzl eulogized his friend and mentor.
Some local volunteers are working to save a group of wild dogs.
Friday marks the first day of the skating season.
WYTV 33 and Hometown Pharmacy are proud to announce a new initiative that highlights local schools and groups.
The transformation started five years ago as YCS started looking ahead to build a broader vision for the future.
The history of the Rotary Club of Youngstown will be on display at the Tyler History Center for several months.
No information was immediately available on the condition of the driver.
Nine individuals from around the world were naturalized as new U.S. citizens Thursday.
Calling hours begin at 3 p.m. for First News Meteorologist Don Guthrie.
The family of four boarded the Allegiant flight Thursday morning.
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Guthrie strove to bring the best weather coverage to Mahoning Valley residents.
The YSU president was grateful that Don reconnected with him when Tressel returned to the Valley last year.
The Mahoning County Juvenile Justice Center was evacuated because of a gas leak in the area.
The diocese said they communicated the reason for John Young’s firing to him.
There was arguing Tuesday night at the Youngstown City School Board meeting between the board and local NAACP President George Freeman.
The man’s arraignment is scheduled for Wednesday.
Her trip to London was one to remember and all thanks to a man she will never forget.
Area counties are beginning their annual count of the homeless.
There may be snow on the ground but some Youngstown City Council members are already looking towards summer.
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Youngstown NAACP president George Freeman said he wants to see immediate changes in the school district, beginning at the top.
The company said the preservation of employees will be a “focal point.”