David Denovchek is hoping the community can come together once again to help this family keep Jamie and her three siblings together.
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It is believed to be the first time that an ensemble from YSU’s Dana School of Music has performed in Asia.
The Black Student Union at Youngstown State University is collecting water and donations at Kilcawley Center all week.
The Penwell family lost nearly everything when their Masury home caught fire, but the school district stepped in to help.
TNR of Warren treated more than 100 feral and stray cats this weekend.
The latest census data shows Mahoning County’s population fell by nearly 9,000 people over the last six years.
The hirings were made possible by a grant and new budget.
Richard Keenan turned himself in and will be held in the Trumbull County Jail until his sentencing.
Ralph Infante appeared in court Monday morning for a final pretrial.
Police searched the home and business of Dominic Marchionda, CEO of NYO Property Group.
Millennials have very different ideas about food, and that’s changing the food industry.
Police said the victim was sitting in a car when a suspect inside a house on Josephine Avenue fired several shots at him.
The 5-year-old boy called 911 because he thought his parents were dead, according to police.
The lake was just one of the properties sold at the auditor’s auction on Wednesday.
No one is allowed into the Department of Job and Family Services until an exterminator inspects it.
Census data shows rent costs are up nearly 10 percent in just the last five years.
The employees are accused of getting credit for training they never took, which allowed many to get pay raises.
Phillip Lemon pleaded guilty to conspiracy and drug trafficking charges, as well as weapons charges.
Vallourec is hiring for several positions and announced a rebound after plant slowdowns and layoffs last year.
The state accused employees of stealing medication from patients in the past.
Several vacant homes have been set on fire in recent months, and police are asking the public for help in finding the person responsible.
Derrick Yohn got a garbage bill for his Sharon home that’s been sitting empty for six years.