The Ohio Department of Natural Resources spent over $1.3 million to build the two-lane ramp with floating docks.
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A local lawmaker is hopeful the city’s growing urban center downtown has what the next generation is looking for.
One community member said parents are hyper-alert as new details come out about the 13-year-old’s kidnapping and death.
Clients at the Purple Cat day program in Coitsville got a demonstration from K-9 officers Tuesday.
Volunteers from Trumbull and Mercer counties with the Rescue Road Warriors help take dogs and cats to the east coast for new homes.
The quizzes take just a few seconds to complete, but their impact can last for weeks or even longer.
Youngstown State University was hit with a similar ransomware attack in 2015 that seized control of a machine and locked away files.
For a lot of people, Mother’s Day means taking mom to a restaurant. But other families take a different approach.
Mohip said the raises will help fight against turnover in the district, but the union is suspicious of his motives.
James Marco and Melissa Williams were sworn in Wednesday and both will be out on patrol soon.
The new $10.8 million senior apartment building on Parkman Road in Warren is now open.
Forty percent of all food grown or produced in the U.S. gets thrown away, while one in every seven people go hungry.
The Mahoning County Commissioners approved a half-million dollar project Friday to upgrade air systems in the morgue.
When contacted Thursday about the appeal, Desmond said, “The truth will come out. I promise that to the community.”
Ohio Edison said it’s bringing in additional crews to deal with the approximately 5,000 customers left without power.
The driver was able to climb out of the car safely but was shaken up.
Each teacher in the district was able to nominate a parent who goes above and beyond to be involved in the classroom.
For the first time, candles were lit at the Holocaust memorial by descendants of survivors, not the survivors themselves.
A new study by the state of Ohio found poverty in the Youngstown area increased from 24 percent to almost 40 percent.
An internal investigation determined that a Youngstown police officer who shot and killed a dog did so in self-defense.
Tyler Wisser was known as a stoner — now he takes his message of hope everywhere he goes
Districts have reported a decrease in truancy rates since using the Early Warning System.