Jim Tressel sat down with WKBN Sports Director Ryan Allison to discuss Youngstown while he was coaching Ohio State.
Reporter Amy Radinovic talked to Jim Tressel while he was head football coach at Youngstown State University.
The 1991 National Championship victory gave Youngstown State University national exposure.
The Youngstown State Board of Trustees named Jim Tressel as the next school president Friday.
Milan gives a grade to movies playing at the box office.
The Red Cross is helping a family of three with a place to stay after a fire damaged their home in Howland Friday morning.
The decision by the University of Akron not to hire Jim Tressel as its next president has left some students at YSU hopeful that a new chapt…
Heart health for women was the focus of an event held on Thursday at the Covelli Centre.
Fire crews from several departments were called to battle a house fire in Mercer County early Thursday evening.
It was100 years ago when Congress created what is now known as the Cooperative Extension Service program across the country
Nearly 50 students from across Trumbull County received nearly $18,000 in scholarships at the annual Trumbull County Educational Service Cen…
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Thursday afternoon at the WINGS at the YWCA on North Park Avenue, which used to the site of the swimming …
The Angels of Easter Seals staged their 37th annual spring fashion show fundraiser on Thursday at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman.
The seven members of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board got a chance to hear whether the community is for or against a race track and cas…
Five people graduated Thursday from the Mahoning County Mental Health Court.
Jim Tressel, still a finalist for the YSU presidency, was passed over for the job.
Edward Kapturasky Jr., 38, of Columbus, is accused of threatening several family members last week.
Firefighhters said a vacant house at 28 W. Philadelphia Ave. burned to the ground within 30 minutes Thursday afternoon.
To keep the lights on in the city of Youngstown takes money; specifically, residents’ tax dollars.
Belinky pleaded guilty to one count of tampering with records