The Youngstown State University Foundation said Tuesday they will provide $1.7 million more for scholarships next academic year.
Update // Ohio Star Forge executives held a ground-breaking ceremony Tuesday at the Champion plant that is undergoing a $20 million expansion.
A detention hearing has been delayed indefinitely for a 15-year-old western Pennsylvania boy who was just 11 when he was charged in the shotgun killing of his father’s pregnant fiancee and her unborn child in February 2009.
The office of an Aviation School at the Beaver County Airport was destroyed after a fire broke out at the airport early Tuesday.
Update // A former Mahoning County Sheriff’s deputy shot his wife then himself and is still alive, despite reports that he died after the shooting on Sunday, sources on Tuesday said.
Update // A Hermitage man was arraigned Tuesday night in connection with a robbery that turned into a deadly shooting late Monday in Farrell.
The Ohio State University Agricultural Extension will host weekly seminars in the Youngstown area on urban gardening.
Mahoning Avenue is one of a few corridors the city and business owners have focused on since it’s a main thoroughfare into and out of downtown Youngstown.
A graduation ceremony was held Monday evening for a dozen students participating in an after school program in the Youngstown City Schools.
The Tri-County Metal Detecting Club was recently called into service to help locate a time capsule buried underneath Niles McKinely High School nearly 50 years ago.
In the fall of 2011, former sports anchor Bill Castrovince was given a 50-50 chance of surviving a brain tumor. Now, he is married, still working in the business and cancer free.
There are approximately 330 minimum wage jobs available for those who are between the ages of 15 and 24. Jobs are 30 hours a week for eight weeks this summer and include grass cutting and painting, among others.
Officials in Warren are hoping they can find someone to take over the city-owned Old Avalon Golf Course before golf season gets fully underway.
Youngstown native and former world boxing lightweight champion Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini greeted fans on Monday at Park Vista in Youngstown.
A new bill was introduced last week in the state legislature that would require those served with a temporary restraining order to turn over any guns they possess.
State police in Mercer County have charged a Franklin man with murder in connection to a body found near a burning van in Mercer County in December.
The Nickel Plate 765, a 1944 Berkshire steam locomotive rolled through Leetonia on Monday.
A steel sculpture, called the Deck of Cards sits behind Youngstown State University’s Bliss Hall. The artist: 75-year-old Lew Devlin.
This week is National Nursing Home Week, and nursing home facilities across the area are celebrating with different events.
Update // A vacant house in Austintown exploded late Sunday after copper thieves ripped out gas lines.