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Several buildings aren’t there anymore, but the Green Township farm is still open for business.
Food truck owner Jeff Stosik, who was born with tunnel vision, started the Foundation For The Visually Impaired in 2001.
The group called the “Pence Resistance March” said 212 people participated in the protest during Grove City’s commencement.
A local company will be hitting the road to make it easier for needy families to access groceries.
Grove City College — with about 2,500 students enrolled — expects up to 6,000 people for the vice president’s commencement address.
Hartzell Park is one of the city’s four parks, and it has seen better days.
But the 2018 race for Governor could see a record number of females running for Ohio’s highest office.
Local letter carriers took part in the 25th annual Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday.
The case of a convicted sex offender, accused of kidnapping and killing a friend’s daughter, prompted questions about registration.
Students in eight school districts in the county will be getting fun summer activities to keep them moving over the break.
Hubbard’s police chief said in the long run, it’s more cost effective than running a 12-hour jail.
Last week’s storm brought down a tree in front of Master’s Touch Healing and Training Center, but insurance wouldn’t cover its removal.
The countdown is on for Youngstown’s first ever marathon: 28 days away.
Youngstown State held its 2017 spring commencement Saturday.
No matter what side they’re on, people from the Youngstown area said they’ve seen enough division in D.C.
Eastern Gateway officials said they’re focusing on online classes and the Youngstown campus, which will remain open.
The city established its entertainment district a few years ago but has yet to move forward on open containers.
The township had an open house for its brand new government building Sunday. The old one was destroyed in a fire in February 2016 that ruine…
Mahoning County Assistant Prosecutor Ralph Rivera said it is a sigh of relief to close the investigation.
A man is dead after police say he broke into a north side Youngstown business overnight, got cut and bled to death.
Jeremy Britton, 17, scaled the JJC fence last Wednesday, leading police on a manhunt that lasted over 24 hours.