The victim told police that she was walking home when she was confronted by four women who began “trash talking” her.
Race Director Courtney Poullas said the numbers aren’t definite but the event raised upwards of six figures.
The summer travel season is in full swing but your time away will be stress-free with a little planning and prevention.
Dozens of Chaldean Catholic immigrants were arrested during ICE raids in Detroit over the weekend and are now being held in Youngstown.
The Idora Park Experience Museum brought three of the rides from its display to the farmers market Tuesday evening.
The play is the brainchild of 20-year-old Emelia Sherin, who said she’s personified heroin as a vixen and temptress.
YSU Police Chief Shawn Varso said the officer is still working but is limited to foot and bike patrol.
A trip to the pool can be refreshing on a hot summer day, but water-borne illnesses could be lurking.
A woman told police she was attacked and cut with a box cutter in an ongoing dispute with another couple.
They’re reportedly bound on buses to the Northeast Ohio Correctional Center in Youngstown.
Some panelists at Monday’s town hall on the topic said getting rid of racism forever might be a dream but improving equality is possible.
33 WYTV Daybreak Meteorologist Jim Loboy was at the Rescue Mission slicing loaves of bread that come in as donations.
The free program includes field trips to places like the Carnegie Science Center and Cleveland Indians’ games.
Youngstown police went to St. Brendan’s playground at 2800 Oakwood Ave. around 6:45 p.m. Saturday.
The library’s director, Heidi Daniel, is leaving to take a position in Baltimore, Maryland.
Police believed an exchange of gunfire between people in two houses started due to an argument on the previous day.
The home of Elder Bessie Jackson, a retired police officer, has been robbed three times in one week.
Vernon Scott has been hired as the Northside pool manager and is bringing in lifeguards with him.
Starting Monday, students from all districts can attend Youngstown City Schools’ four different STEM camps.
Now it’s up to the state to decide if Youngstown will be one of the 24 sites in Ohio for growing medical marijuana.
Images captured on surveillance video showed Stefek wearing what appears to be a guard’s uniform at the time.
Prosecutors say Derrico jumped into a running car, took off and then abandoned the vehicle.
The defense said Floyd suffers from a mental illness, but prosecutors said she lied during the investigation.
The Youngstown Foundation presented a $500,000 check to Potential Development.
Sonya Gordon graduated from East High School in 1991 and now she’s coming back to Youngstown.
A group says the proposed medical marijuana growing facility in the city could lead to bigger problems.
Police said one person started shooting at a house across the Youngstown street and someone at the other house returned fire.
More than 2,000 students are enrolled in this summer’s program, making it the largest free summer program in the state.
The victim’s mother, Connie Carpenter, said Hackett will “never be able to harm another person ever again.”
Police searched Patton and reported finding a loaded gun, marijuana, suspected crack cocaine and heroin.