Krish Mohip met with the Youngstown chapter of the NAACP to discuss issues in the city schools that the group wants to correct.
The committee is proposing a switch of ownership so the city can own the property and the school can own the playground equipment.
They came to voice their concerns about everything from jobs, to abandoned homes, to blight in the neighborhood.
Among the discussion was voter registration, the Youngstown City School System and getting a new grocery store built in the city.
They will be there for two weeks, passing out meals and providing shelter for people who lost their homes.
Volunteers from Huntington Bank spent Sunday at the Mahoning Valley Scrappers Game creating Kids Identi-kits for dozens of local children.
The Strawberry Festival started 66 years ago and was the biggest summer event in Poland for some time.
The family-friendly event that features amateur builders and their boats hasn’t taken place in three years.
St. Jude’s and Our Lady of Lourdes are holding their first festival this weekend, despite other churches canceling theirs.
The Super Nationals is where you’ll find a vintage Mustang paired with a ’57 Chevy.
While the wedding venue might seem out of the ordinary to most people, it’s not surprising for those who know Dale and Barbara Six.
The group plans to meet each month to discuss issues stakeholders face downtown and community improvement projects.
The “Understanding Addiction” seminar will focus on the causes and factors leading to drug abuse and dependency, and treatment programs.
Bareknuckle Tattoo is charging just $30 for a limited selection of Cavs tattoo designs until the end of the year.
The new room at the Youngstown Boys and Girls Club includes a reading area and desks with tablet computers.
Golfers were able to enjoy the full 18 holes of golf, and were treated to a day of bocce and snow cones on the course.
Through Sunday, over 2,000 officers will run, bike or ride in community legs of the Ohio Torch Run, which raises more than half a million do…
The festival continues Thursday through Sunday, opening nightly at 6 p.m.
Each of the 20 individuals saved someone else’s life in different ways.
Several events are planned for the weekend of July 7 to 10, including YSU’s Summer Festival of the Arts and concerts downtown.