Police say they found the victim on the front porch of a home on East Evergreen Street.
The victim describes the shooter as a black man about 5-foot-8-inches and 150 pounds.
The Rich Center for Autism provides families in the valley with a number of resources for free.
Crews were called to the 600 block of Market Street in front of Zabel’s Restaurant Supply around 3:30 a.m.
A portion of the ticket sales went to the Newhard Family Trust. Sergeant Brian Newhard died from ALS last year.
The community gathered for the 1st annual Nick DeSarro Powerlifting Meet to raise money for a scholarship fund in his name.
Participants took tests to determine their safety knowledge and received safety supplies at the Eastwood Mall.
The team competed against the Youngstown Boom, a team of players with disabilities.
Local businesses attended looking for new employees to fill both part time and full time positions.
The boil advisory was lifted Monday.
Lost Youngstown captures the history of the city and the city’s landscape.
Residents of Hanover Township are urged to call 911 in case of an emergency.
The CDC says only six people in Ohio have become sick from contaminated milk in the last four years.
The husband and wife both experienced a chance encounter with Youngstown’s most wanted fugitive.
The only condition is that those who pick up a dress sign the prom promise to not drink and drive.
A witness told police that the suspect, described as a black male approximately 5’8″ and 150 lbs, started shooting at their car.
Second Harvest Food Bank will not be part of a new Youngstown food bank, as initially as planned.
Women earn, on average, 79 cents for every $1 that a man in an equal position earns, according to Youngstown Business and Professional Women…
Investigators say the suspect was responsible for an assault in Ravenna Township, which left the victim with severe head trauma.
Police said the two-year-old’s diaper was heavily soiled, and the boy was very dirty, although he appeared to be in good health and spirits.