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Charlie Parker, one of the greatest saxophone players of all time, played in Youngstown in 1955.
The award was given to one group in particular that has put over $200 million into the community over the years.
After Wednesday’s deadly shooting at a Florida high school, the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center will hold the ALICE training on …
WKBN traveled to Columbiana County to see how one small town played a big role in the Underground Railroad.
Former football star Maurice Clarett is the most recognizable name in this group which calls itself “Leaders of the New.”
“We’re struggling,” said the superintendent of the school district that’s shrinking and receiving less state money.
The story of Amistad became a beacon of hope across the nation.
A 30-year tradition was put on hold because of a complaint, but those who wanted to pray still had the chance to on Friday.
Mr. Wheeler’s once sat at the corner of Market Street and Indianola Avenue. Now, a new play written by a Boardman native is bringing it back…
Cindy DePillo’s grandmother was born in the house along Route 14 in 1902, and it’s been in her family ever since.
A former football standout from Warren is hoping to use his troubled past to help future generations.
Workers used an electrostatic spraying system using hospital-grade disinfectant to sanitize the school on Monday.
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They replace former commissioners Tom Shipka and John Reagan, who did not seek reappointment to the board.
For the past year, Marge LoCicero has been telling everyone she wanted a marching band for her birthday.
The idea is by learning to love physical activity when they are young, kids will grow up to be physically active adults.
Just a few days after returning to Youngstown from walking in the Women’s March, three panelists encouraged discussion on what the next step…
The dealership is donating a two-year lease on an SUV to support the Salem Regional Medical Center Foundation.
Students and teachers have been out of class for over a week while crews clean up the K-8 school in Youngstown.
Chris Yambar’s collection of local figures includes Jim Tressel, Dave Dravecky, Bernie Kosar and Jim Traficant.
While the Boardman School Board didn’t give any specifics, it did say if the levy fails, there would be a big impact.