FirstNews reporter Christina Mullen was at the Springfield Grille in Boardman learning grill safety tips.
The building was unoccupied at the time of the fire. The fire was contained to just one house, but it was a total loss.
The building was unoccupied at the time of the fire.
American Sign Language (ASL) Teacher Lauren Albaugh and her students have been hard at work.
You might recognize the Giannios name from their delicious candy, but the family also knows how to make some great Greek food.
More than 100 people showed up to enjoy the grand opening of The Cortland Splash Pad at Pearl Street Park.
About 800 Campbell residents were without power Saturday night.
The outreach event featured speakers on various topics such as relationships and spirituality.
About 1,500 different grave sites between three different cemeteries in Poland have flags placed.
Lake to river co-op, local farmers and the workers at Catullo Prime Meats offered free samples.
Jim McClellan is the new operations manager at the playhouse.
In six years, The Cruisin Crew has donated enough money to purchase 800,000 pounds of food.
Memorial Day weekend is one of the busiest of the year for boating.
The idea originated with the marble WWI and WWII memorial that once stood outside the old elementary school.
Police say the man abused a 2-year-old child, who sustained numerous injuries and had to be treated at a hospital.
The Justice for Cody Pitts Committee are offering reward money for information on an unsolved murder in Hubbard last year.
Josh Lang said he did this to give back to the community and its veterans.
A $500 reward is being offered by private donors for information leading to where the pit bull terrier may have been taken.
Charles Baumgartner, Jr.’s great niece would like to see an enrichment center built in Sebring to benefit the community.
In all, 160 of the city’s 300 graduates qualified for the scholarships, which go to students attending either YSU or Eastern Gateway Communi…
The eighth grade students had to come up with lesson plans for the day during the outdoor classes.
Some Youngstown residents worry the differences between running a business and running a school system will be blurred.