More people are buying houses this year than in 2014, which means an increase in the local housing market.
Among issues that residents considered most important was the CEO takeover of Youngstown City Schools.
New this year, the state implemented a sweeping law targeting metal thieves.
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Liberty improves their record to 9-4 with a showdown with Campbell tomorrow.
A Warren man accused of sexually assaulting a nursing home patient in Youngstown must undergo a mental evaluation
The Youngstown fire chief thinks someone may be targeting vacant houses to get them torn down.
A Youngstown woman wanted in connection to an attempted murder in Youngstown was arrested near Cleveland Tuesday night.
The Phantoms kicked off their season with a loss but the team is optimistic that they can surpass their effort from last season.
The homeowners could face neglect charges.
Police arrested Macali on Patchen Ave. in Warren and are holding him in the Mahoning County Jail.
Gerberry resigned from his seat on Aug. 21.
The preliminary injunction hearing in Columbus over the Youngstown City School District begins today.
A team of young adults are trying to eliminate blight – one property at a time.
Youngstown State University is making a big expansion to life on campus with a 162-bed apartment building.
The race will be held Saturday, October 17 and include a five kilometer run and a two mile walk.
A news conference is set for Monday between the Mahoning Valley Scrappers and the Fall Experimental Football League.
Local residents got a feel for what the street would look like with cafes and galleries.
One ramp has reopened but another two will be closing.
Randy Smith scored a late touchdown for Fitch.
The Cardinals will host McDowell High School (PA) next week.
Kimauni Johnson scored from 5 and 9 yards out in the first half for the Irish.
The students are looking at Phelps and Hazel Streets, as well as the area between Wick and Fifth Avenues.
A car hurled into a wooded area on Glenwood Avenue, flipping over and scattering debris throughout the area.
The city expects to have the work done by the beginning of October.
Ticket refunds are available at face value at the point of purchase.
The event kicked off at 1 p.m. Friday with a few climbs and starts back up Saturday morning at 8 a.m.
One of the key battles is over stripping taxpayer money from Planned Parenthood.
WYTV tried to track down a trash dumper Thursday.
The closure could mean the loss of 137 jobs in the Valley.