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.
Local leaders share what they remember most about WKBN 27 First News Meteorologist Don Guthrie
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.”
The ceremony took place at Monday morning.
The family has announced calling hours for Don.
The fundraiser was aimed at raising money to help provide the homeless with survival gear.
Four Valley families have a major burden lifted off their shoulders – their mortgages are paid off.
The driver was able to crawl out of the car through a window.
Summit Academy in Youngstown is responding to a surprise state audit that found far fewer students in the building than reported.
One of the tax changes President Obama proposed in his State of the Union Address is getting some backlash from families saving for college.
The announcement was made during Hathorn’s State of the Schools address Thursday evening.
Ohio State Auditor Dave Yost released the results of the audit Thursday.
Supporters of Mahoning County Right to Life held a demonstration in front of the Thomas D. Lambros Federal Courthouse.
Police say the suspect opened fire as a car was pulling in the Mi Raza bar on Oak Street.
Much of the success shown in the county’s economic report comes from employment in the area.