Principal Sonya Gordon said many of the Youngstown students are far behind state standards.
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John Hartman is charged with child endangering, while Deanne Hartman faces a probation violation.
An online love affair ended in heartache and financial loss for a woman who thought she was dating a fellow animal lover.
While many schools across Youngstown are struggling to meet state standards, one nontraditional school is seeing victories.
State records show many charter schools are failing state standards, despite taking funding from public school districts.
Katelyn Bowden, a victim of revenge porn, has launched the group Babes Against Demeaning and Abusive Selfie Sharing.
Patients will be able to take new treatments at a hospital close to home.
An investigator with the National Weather Service in Cleveland toured the damaged areas on Monday.
Farmers are harvesting this year’s corn but are facing low prices for the fourth-straight year.
Police officers from around the area helped protect Girard Sunday while city officers attended Justin Leo’s funeral service.
How many times did your phone ring today? Was a scammer on the other end?
Police said the group planned an ambush using BB guns and brass knuckles, but they didn’t realize their target had a real gun.
There is a new program in Youngstown to help stop domestic violence before it starts.
Investigators said the 34-year-old was killed after crashing into a semi driver’s flatbed trailer.
A new cash crop has farmers seeing green. Hops are growing for the first time in the Valley.
When on-duty deaths occur, colleagues often don’t have time to mourn or really process what happened.
Township Trustees around Berlin Lake are gearing up for a fight with the federal government.
A local lawmaker and community activists say some national land contract companies are making money off of uninhabitable homes.
The city has used the program to take control of blighted properties from property owners.
The house along Glenwood Avenue in Youngstown was taken by the city through spot blight laws and is part of a much larger vision.
The kennels at the Mahoning County Dog Pound are bursting at the seams with unclaimed and stray dogs.
The Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership is holding a Salvage Sale to get rid of items recovered during its demolitions.