Mohip says feedback from all the meetings he had with parents, teachers and community leaders played a part in his plan.
The products promoting Youngstown can still be purchased on Youngstown Nation’s website.
The NYO Property Group asked the board to forgo over $4 million in tax money so it can continue to build a downtown hotel.
New hourly service for ten routes in Mahoning County adds 56 more trips and expands service on Saturday.
VIRTUS promotes “rightdoing” within religious organizations.
A water main break that was fixed over the weekend was still creating problems for drivers in Youngstown Tuesday.
Sgt. Bill Ward has been released from a burn unit and is doing well at home, police said.
Youngstown police are investigating a possible homicide after discovering a body inside a home on Belden Avenue.
Text, picture and video updates let parents know what their child is doing. It’s being used in some classrooms across Mahoning County.
The “Burb of the Burgh” commercials touted Ohio as the place to operate a business with lower taxes.
Police said a man had stolen an ambulance from a gas station in Liberty because it had been left unlocked with the key inside.
Police confirmed a sergeant was shocked by a downed electric wire at the scene of the crash.
The Irish will travel to Akron Hoban in week three.
Boardman will test their undefeated record against Jackson in week three.
The accident happened about 8:45 a.m. on Kenmore Avenue, between Glenwood and Oberlin avenues.
Twenty-five years ago, Willie “Flip” Williams murdered four men on the east side of Youngstown.
The work will be done between Kirk and County Line roads.
Officers said he passed through stop signs and red lights, cut other vehicles off and drove on the wrong side of the road.
Neighbors say much of the difference is made in the hearts of the people who live there.
Seman is accused of killing 10-year-old Corrine Gump and her grandparents in March 2015.
Regional Chamber leaders say they want America to know that Youngstown is not part of the Rust Belt anymore.
Joe Biden’s visit to the the UAW Local 1714 union hall Thursday will mark his seventh appearance since 2008.
Police said the 18-year-old woman was spotted running from the area with a 2×4 board.
The vehicle, equipped with a video monitoring system, will be used to transport prisoners.
At least 35 employees submitted login information after receiving an email from what they thought was human resources.
On Monday, a school bus dropped off a 6-year-old girl in the wrong neighborhood, where she wandered the streets until she found help.
The victim said Bland was upset about him speaking with women and stabbed him when he tried to get chicken from her home.
Her father says she got off the bus and knocked on doors until a women helped her, calling the police.
Crews will be pouring concrete in the bridge deck.
Youngstown police have their traffic cameras out Monday, keeping an eye on drivers in school zones.