Frustrations are growing throughout Youngstown over the condition of neighborhood roads.
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Democrat Joe Paloski said Mahoning County needs to make changes to prevent population decline and budget issues.
People living in both Mahoning and Columbiana counties faced two issues Saturday morning: bad roads and cleaning up the snow.
The Ohio Department of Transportation’s District 4, which serves six counties in the Northeast Ohio region, has 125 plows on the roads.
The Niles School District has a $340,000 deficit for the upcoming school year and is currently in fiscal caution.
Two people have filed to run to become the representative in Ohio’s 59th District, and a third says he’ll file in the coming week.
Naturalists say certain adaptations help keep wild animals warm as temperatures dip below zero.
Firefighters say it started in the garage but the cause is still unknown.
Tito Brown sheds the title “mayor-elect” and will officially take the powers of the mayor of Youngstown.
Niles High School students and members of a local nonprofit donated $1,600 to a local care center.
Sean McKinney alleges that November’s election was fraudulent and that people voted illegally.
Police are looking for a group who a woman says broke into her salvage yard, beat her friend and stole her truck last Friday.
A line of people waited outside Lariccia’s Italian Marketplace Sunday morning to get their hands on some freshly baked fish.
This year marks the 29th year the Youngstown Community Food Center has held a Christmas dinner for the community.
“Never in a million years did I think I would own a home, have somewhere my kids could grow up,” said Shaniece Lee, who now has a place to c…
Tyler McVicker is able to make house payments and pay for school, thanks to the money generated from his YouTube channel.
Six people in Mahoning County have been hospitalized so far this year due to the flu.
YSUscape president Daniel Bancroft says the student organization got the idea from other cities.
Youngstown Mayor-elect Tito Brown took his first oath of office Saturday.
The police chief and director of Parks and Recreation positions are getting the most attention.
Since the Hope Classic started in 2012, the nonprofit organization said they’ve raised thousands of dollars for terminally ill children and …
Initially, he was going to build benches along the trails but thought of another idea when walking with his family one day.