Gay Community Holds Festival

The gay community of Youngstown is coming together for the 5th annual Youngstown Pride Festival downtown over the weekend.

American Achievers Festival

First Warren Festival Begins

The ribbon was cut Friday to officially open the 29th annual African American Achievers Festival.


Local Company Reinvents Itself

RYO Machine, LLC on Route 422 in McKinley Heights has developed a new machine called the Phoenix Fastfill.

Artists of the Rust Belt

Summer Festival Is Saturday

The Artists of the Rust Belt will hold its summer market from noon to 7 p.m. Saturday at the B & O Station in downtown Youngstown.

downtown Columbiana

Columbiana Has Busy Main Street

Main Street only has four vacancies, and the Chamber of Commerce said two of the spots soon will be occupied. Business owners say a newly re…

Concussion bill amendment

Concussion Law Change Eyed

The Return to Play law went into effect for all youth and high school sporting activities on April 26 and requires doctors to sign off befor…


Men Guilty of Fraud

Two North Lima business owners were convicted in a $3.6 million check kiting scheme.


YPD Officer Facing Charges

A Youngstown police sergeant is facing felony charges for soliciting sex from a 14-year-old rape victim.


Bond Lowered for Barletto

A judge has lowered the bond for a western Pennsylvania woman charged in a crash that killed one police officer and injured another.


Domestic Violence Rises

Three separate cases of domestic violence, two of which were fatal, illuminate the topic across the Valley.

Kendis Circle shooting

Latest Murder Victim Identifed

Keil’n Thurston, 20, was shot about 10 p.m. Thursday on Kendis Circle on Youngstown’s East Side and died while en route to the hospital. Pol…