Former Youngstown Phantom Kyle Connor reflects fondly of his former USHL team and time spent in the Valley.
Two Youngstown veterans came back after serving the country and decided to embark on a business venture in their hometown.
Keith Sims is facing a murder charge in the death of Shaniece Wells.
More than fifty kids are taking the four-day bus trip to New York City, where they’ll visit several colleges.
A judge sentenced both to one year of probation each on Monday.
Around 10 p.m., paramedics took a white man away from the scene on East Avondale Avenue in an ambulance.
Whether they spent the holiday at church or the park, everyone agreed that being with family was the most important.
The organizers look forward to the egg hunt each year as a way to connect with the community during the Easter season.
The teams of 4th-6th graders in the co-ed sports program are mentored by coaches who undergo character development training.
Twenty-three people were indicted on firearms charges by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio last year.
Of the 381 metropolitan areas in the U.S., the Youngstown area ranks eighth in most population lost since 2010.
A program held in Youngstown Friday hopes to reduce the number of police officer deaths nationwide to below 100.
Local doctors spoke about suicide prevention and ways to plan during crisis, hoping students will become more aware of mental health concern…
Steve Badurik said his shop has to smoke several hundred pounds per day to keep up with demand.
Police arrested Matos and took him to the Mahoning County Jail. He is facing a charge of robbery.
Nearly 700 people enjoyed a buffet style meal from Sandy’s Deli, followed by music and singing.
The State Auditor’s Office says Youngstown’s Summit Academy charter school billed for services for students who were absent or not enrolled.
The popular downtown restaurant closed suddenly for unspecified reasons last month.
At the end of the course, cadets will sit for the State Firefighter Exam.
A massive fight broke out at the school on March 8.
The Liberty senior is a two sport standout in softball and volleyball, and carries a 3.91 GPA.
Portman said that heroin addiction is affecting businesses, and that the U.S. needs a strong military with updated equipment.
Investigators believe the fraud began in the summer of 2010 in Youngstown
There was a problem with the mounting method of the new signs, which were ODOT-regulated sized.
Investigators say two men defrauded banks out of about $2.5 million through fraudulent short sales of gas stations in the Youngstown area.
Ron Moore, Jr., with the Parkinson’s Action Network, said there are about 1,000 people with Parkinson’s Disease in the Youngstown area.
The truck had minor damage, but no one was hurt.
The fight canceled classes altogether for a day and a half, and only juniors and seniors returned to class until the following week.
The department also believes that embers from the initial fire may have touched off a small blaze at a vacant house on Crandall Ave.
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