The city needs a grant to help pay for the recreational trail that would connect downtown Youngstown to Mill Creek Park.
It took part in the Ghost Light Project, which stands for inclusion and compassion in theaters across the country.
The club is asking for private donations to add more space and update the aging heating and air system.
Kelli Coffer was indicted for felonious assault and having weapons under disability.
Gary Booth, 61, was indicted on three counts of having weapons under disability and one count of possession of cocaine.
The schools were closed this week after drinking water tested positive for coliform bacteria, including E.coli.
The changes are the result of renewed interest in downtown Youngstown.
Harrison Elementary School on Youngstown’s east side was supposed to be demolished in November.
Crews opened the hydrant on Thalia Avenue in November to install a new water line, but the work is still not done.
Austin Chace was captured on the Madison Avenue Expressway on Youngstown’s north side after a tip. He was a passenger in a car.
Water systems are now required to create maps of their underground piping and plumbing, but Youngstown doesn’t have that information.
A consultant will help Beaver and Boardman townships acquire the property for the $6 million project.
The men requested specialty cut steaks from the butcher at the Giant Eagle on Wilmington Road.
The caller says the customer didn’t pay a utility bill and asks to take the payment over the phone.
A man who had been shot in the knee told police someone broke into his house, chased him downstairs and shot him.
A complaint said Tyler Valimont was on duty when he solicited the woman and met her behind a dentist’s office.
Residents from across the Mahoning Valley are in Washington D.C. for the Presidential Inauguration on Friday, Jan. 20.
Police are investigating a substitute who worked at Liberty High School after the district reported “improper conduct.”
Educators from around Ohio have warned that a large number of high schoolers are in jeopardy of not graduating next school year.
From orange juice to insurance, prices are going up – some more than others.
Filled with excitement and apprehension, Valley residents head to D.C. for the inauguration of President-elect Trump.
Chuck Sammarone has served the city for 34 years as a councilman, water commissioner, mayor, and council president