More workers are expected to be hired at NLMK once the project is finished.
The 33-page document details allegations against Ralph Infante, including bribery, theft in office and gambling.
Thursday, the city of Youngstown approved splitting taxes with Campbell and Girard from two oil and gas businesses.
With no snow covered roads to plow, local roads crews are given a chance to catch up on other work.
Police are urging the public to call if they have any information.
For the first time ever, the Mahoning County Hazmat Team now has a budget of its own.
Some residents in Berlin Township lost power when the truck knocked down the lines.
A semi-truck carrying boxes of almond milk caught fire on the Ohio Turnpike in Trumbull County.
Grove City police filed charges of theft by deception against 20-year-old Jessee Treiber of Enclave Drive.
Small order deliveries are now available for Panera cafes in the Mahoning Valley and Hermitage, PA.
For the fifth year in a row, a generous donor dropped four gold coins in a few Salvation Army buckets in Mahoning County.
Twenty two roosters were taken in what is believed to be another cockfighting operation.
Three council members won’t seek reelection and the city’s law director is retiring.
Police are looking for a SUV in connection to the robbery.
The driver said he smelled smoke, realized what was happening and called 911.
Nick Roberts said when he was a young officer, he never dreamed of becoming police chief.
If the Niles Wellness Center isn’t leased, next year could bring the city even more financial problems.
The only thing on 6-year-old Evan’s list? For Santa to bring his dad, SSgt. Billy Davis, home for Christmas.
Other Pennsylvania counties will be issued grower and dispensary permits, but none will be issued locally.
Youngstown will host the only First Night event in the Valley this year, and is hoping to attract more people to the party.
Police say the man took the machine from a rental store in Liberty.
El Patron bar on the south side has attracted drug activity and violence, according to police records.