Youngstown Soup is a group of community members that help promote and sustain local small businesses and organizations.
The man, woman and five children took refuge in a car that was parked in front of the house.
Those who prepared the meal believe it’s important to give back throughout the year, and not just around the holidays.
Senator Sherrod Brown wants answers from the state government about Sebring’s water crisis.
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Fifth and sixth graders from across the county were quizzed in a full day of challenges.
Sen. Sherrod Brown says there are hundreds of thousands of Ohioans that could claim the earned income tax credit, but haven’t.
The event attracted hundreds, who enjoyed entertainment and the library’s collection of 65,000 items.
The theme this year was “Join the Force,” in honor of Star Wars.
Governor John Kasich says, “we’re on top of it and things are fine.”
A sample of the milk showed it did not meet pasteurization requirements.
Kimble said, despite the YEA and Judge D’Apolito not approving her choice for the distress commission, she is sticking with Carol Staten.
The man was arrested after the Boys and Girls Club of Youngstown reported a suspicious man was asking questions about volunteering there.
A fundraising campaign has raised $8.6 million, just more than half the $17 million goal.
Cedarcreek is owned by New Beginnings Care, LLC, the same company that owns Campus Health Care in Liberty, which shut down Friday.
Police have applied for a warrant for Edward Tremmel’s arrest, charging him with criminal homicide.
Police said the raid uncovered 4 grams of heroin, 15 grams of crack cocaine, digital scales, multiple cell phones and $1,500 in cash.
The judge has not yet ruled on this latest motion.
They were protesting for a dog they nicknamed “Charlie.”