He was hired at Cardinal Mooney in 2012.
Crews will begin work later this month and should be completed by the middle of September.
College students from five universities, including Youngstown State and Kent State, have been working together on plans to revitalize the ci…
A woman living next to the property on E. Midlothian Boulevard was late for work. If she hadn’t been, she said she could have been crushed.
The church was dedicated on June 8, 1926.
The Youngstown Police Department is asking anyone with the identity of the robber to call 330-742-8911.
Along with offering fresh, farm-to-table foods, the Idora Neighborhood Farmers’ Market is providing activities such as cooking and gardening…
The woman was a teacher’s aide at P.A.C.E., an alternative education program located in the Mahoning County High School.
Sen. Brown announces a more than $50,000 investment in housing for homeless Youngstown veterans.
The Route 711 ramps are now reopen after a truck carrying trash spilled across the roadway.
State lawmakers recently approved the $1.25 million grant for the Youngstown Symphony Society.
One of the drivers had to be cut out of the car and was taken away by ambulance.
Police said Renada Torres brought children to a house on Gluck Street to fight a woman’s son, later firing a gun at the woman.
Police said the suspect hit her boyfriend in the head with a machete, but due to her intoxication, used the wrong end of the weapon.
The library is clearing out its collection before it is torn down to make way for the new Michael Kusalaba Branch.
A convicted murderer was re-sentenced Monday for the 1985 murder of Youngstown State University student Gina Tenney.
The annual Cancer Survivor Picnic was held at the Jewish Community Center in Youngstown.
Friday night downtown Youngstown kicked-off its annual Burgers and Beards Festival.
The Beard and Mustache Competition was held for anyone with any type of facial hair that could win a contest.
Teonia Gowdy’s body was discovered Wednesday morning at a home on W. Boston Avenue.
They used two houses in Youngstown to store and sell the drugs, and store the firearms, according to the indictment.
There are also around 90 households affected in Youngstown.
The Ohio Department of Transportation said it will be cut in two to three weeks.
The annual cost of room and board will also stay the same next year.
A Youngstown pastor has been identified as the victim in a motorcycle crash on Wednesday on Market Street.
Investigators said Wright set a fire in the stairwell of apartments on Lois Court after being evicted from there.
The alleged victim told police that he returned to Bland’s home to get his chicken he left there when she stabbed him in the arm.
Police said Gibson fired a gun into a Boardman home after coming there to get money owed to him.
City council members passed an emergency measure regarding the paycheck of eight garbage collectors.
Officers found 16 shell casings in the area and blood on the sidewalk and a driveway, according to a police report.