The new bourbon that pays tribute to the boxing legend is blended and bottled in Boardman.
The Part-Timers Bill Of Rights requires employers in the city to provide vacation and health insurance to part-time workers.
The “My Brother’s Keeper” program will bring young men of color together with community leaders and others as mentors.
Heroin users can be coworkers, neighbors or family members.
CEO Krish Mohip said an internal review has been conducted, but there is no timetable in place for changes to security.
Warren recently passed an income tax increase that paves the way to hire at least 8 new firefighters in the department.
There will also be local saturation patrols throughout Mahoning County this week and weekend.
Prosecutors said 39-year-old Arian O’Connor had the firearm despite numerous prior felony convictions.
Global Entrepreneurship Week is celebrated at the Youngstown Business Incubator and YSU with week-long, free events.
Financial experts say there is a difference between using debit and credit cards when it comes to making purchases.
It is Winter Safety Awareness week in Ohio and the American Red Cross says everyone should be preparing now.
People in Mercer County learned just that at a meeting sponsored by Mercer County Coalition for Drug Awareness.
A spaghetti dinner benefited Lenny Burke, who was diagnosed with stage four cancer recently.
The humanitarian organization will help with the next steps of where the family is going to go.
Conroy’s held a customer-appreciation giveaway. Also, the Youngstown RedZone will hold a free Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 19.
Twenty-two-year-old Becky Pyne’s boyfriend dropped her off at the hospital Saturday night, where she was pronounced dead nearly an hour late…
Volunteers from WKBN helped rehab a home on Lake Road in Austintown for the Elliott family.
“Murphy Meets Motown” is presented by the Division of Multicultural Affairs at Youngstown State University.
The final score of the game at Salem’s Riley Stadium was Warren JFK 16, Mogadore 3.
The museum is located on Wick Avenue in Youngstown.
The Midlothian Boulevard exit ramp from I-680 South was shut down for about an hour Sunday morning.
A man from Youngstown is facing felonious assault charges after police say he stabbed his brother multiple times.