Volunteers focused their efforts to many different areas including Wick Park and Crandall Park.
The United Way relies on fundraisers to fund the programs they offer to those in the area.
Smoke filled the gas station, but the fire was put out with only minimal damage done to the vehicle.
Friday night downtown Youngstown kicked-off its annual Burgers and Beards Festival.
The Beard and Mustache Competition was held for anyone with any type of facial hair that could win a contest.
An OVI checkpoint will be conducted on Mahoning Ave. near Raccoon Rd. in Austintown, from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. Friday night.
Kids are getting pulled over by police in Springfield Township, and some of them are even getting tickets.
Police arrested a Hermitage couple for purchasing items with stolen credit card numbers.
An expert at Akron Children’s Hospital says a car can heat up to as much as 20 degrees in just 10 minutes.
An obsession with being healthy may be why Boardman’s Sarah Turner ended up in the hospital last month and almost died.
Jarrod Sawyers of Struthers says it’s not over for the Cavaliers even though they had a tough loss last night.
Ms. Kibby is one of the teachers who received a grant in December to buy new technology for her class.
A YSU political science professor predicts that the rhetoric between Democrats and Republicans will only increase.
Friday is the big kickoff for the African American Achievers Festival.
According to Safe Kids Mahoning Valley, correctly used child safety seats can reduce the risk of death by as much as 71 percent.
The ramp closed at the beginning of March as part of a project to widen I-80.
Teonia Gowdy’s body was discovered Wednesday morning at a home on W. Boston Avenue.
The Beard Road Bridge, along County Road 167, will be closed for repairs in Springfield Township.
They used two houses in Youngstown to store and sell the drugs, and store the firearms, according to the indictment.
There were also around 90 households affected in Youngstown.