Rande Brian Isabella, 59, was found guilty by a Colorado jury on Oct. 7.
Members of the Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership transformed the street’s portion surrounded by the Mahoning River.
A portion of all proceeds from any round of golf played from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. went to the ACS.
I-80 eastbound in Pennsylvania was shut down for several hours Saturday morning due to an accident involving a car and a semi-truck.
For one veterinary technician student, homework took on a whole new meaning, all because of four little kittens.
For those who want to relive the memories of Youngstown’s own amusement park, a place in Canfield might be able to help.
On October 17, 1941, 75 years ago this upcoming Monday, one special Friday night football game in Youngstown made sports history.
Dr. Milton Sanchez-Parodi of Poland said he hopes this change gets the countries closer to regular relations.
Several of them shook the president’s hand from a front row view.
Maker-space is a new area in the library dedicated to 3D printing and scanning, as well as augmented and virtual reality.
The Strickland campaign has cut its TV ad buys in Youngstown and three other Ohio cities.
The team will be honored during halftime of YSU’s game against Northern Iowa on Saturday at 7 p.m. at Stambaugh Stadium.
Col. James Dignan will be ending his tour of duty commanding the 910th Airlift Wing.
Being right next to Interstate 76 and close to the turnpike proves that location is everything.
The man told police he was abducted, robbed, beaten and held against his will for three days.
The trained volunteers will then be deployed to North Carolina to help with the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
The threat was called in early Friday morning and students were evacuated.
Prosecutors say Cliff Panezich sold phony sports memorabilia on eBay, cheating people out of millions of dollars.
Cheerleaders at Cornell High School, located in Coraopolis, Pa., kneeled during the national anthem at a previous game.
David Black, of Austintown, was arrested and charged with OVI for the sixteenth time on Wednesday.
Sharpsville came in with a score of 90.5 percent.
Police said Ross took the cash register drawer from the bar on Market Street