While the Boardman School Board didn’t give any specifics, it did say if the levy fails, there would be a big impact.
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YSU President Jim Tressel and Mayor Brown are among those pushing for a beautification of busy roads around campus and downtown.
Al Adi was arrested suddenly during a routine immigration meeting on Tuesday. His wife said he didn’t have time to say goodbye.
Adi was arrested and detained before what was expected to be a routine hearing on his immigration status.
WKBN talked to Victory Christian Center’s Bishop David Thomas and his successor, Pastor Juan Rivera, about what’s next.
Youngstown State University’s Physical Therapy Department will host the Walk with a Doc program at the Southern Park Mall.
Underneath all of the snow is a bed of ice that’s been building up since the storm moved in.
Among the areas under scrutiny were East High School, standardized test results and Krish Mohip’s strategic plan.
Nine casino licenses have yet to be auctioned off in Pennsylvania and Mercer County wants one.
One woman said the Christmas lights are irritating but the man who started the display has plans to make it even bigger next year.
With temperatures dropping back below freezing Monday night, all of that slush will become thick ice.
Even with the expensive upgrades, the Boardman Cinemark Tinseltown’s owner says ticket prices did not go up.
Judy Rafoth has owned Adamas Jewelry and Gifts for 33 of those years but now she’s retiring.
The band with roots at YSU’s Dana School of Music has grown to become one of the hottest acts in the area.
Amer Adi Othman — who owns the Downtown Circle Convenience in Youngstown — said he has been granted a stay.
The Cruze was General Motors’ fourth best-selling vehicle.
Before the meeting, Mayor Brown rescinded the pay raises of four assistant law directors, given last month by former Mayor John McNally.
Boardman police this afternoon responded to the ice rink on McClurg Road after a report that a large amount of Freon was released.
She spoke about the future of books — black ink on white paper and she said books will always be a part of the library.
Todd Werth replaces Jack Nichols. He was sworn-in at Boardman’s Trustees meeting Thursday evening.
From the loss of loved ones, gripping trials and a contentious election cycle, the Valley says goodbye to 2017.
Longtime Third Baptist Church pastor Rev. Morris Lee is the last of the black pastors who led Youngstown through the civil rights movement.