Pictures were taken at the YMCA
Students in the autism unit at Summit Academy in Youngstown got to experience a pre-prom event on Monday.
The Youngstown Bomb Squad arrived at the Community Development Building in Warren Monday morning after a suitcase left near the front entran…
Regan Jelks, the woman accused of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Taemarr Walker of Warren, was arraigned Monday morning.
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Thirty-three people have submitted applications to become the next YSU president.
Gas prices in Ohio are up again.
Dozens of people packed into Matthews High School in Vienna on Sunday afternoon to learn more about a 9.5 mil bond issue that would bring th…
Youngstown police are investigating missing money from the city firefighter union’s treasury fund.
St. Columba Cathedral in Youngstown celebrated the beginning of Holy Week with a special Palm Sunday mass on Sunday.
The 13th Annual Michael Michalojko Memorial Scratch Bowling Tournament was held at the Colonial Lanes bowling alley.
St. Dominic’s Church partnered with New Bethel Baptist Church and the ICU Block Watch for an Easter Egg hunt for neighborhood kids.
After more than nine months of renovations, the building that once housed the First Assembly of God at Vienna is now Victory at Vienna.
Normally when you think of Boy Scouts, you don’t think of pasta. But that is exactly what you would have found Sunday at Blessed Sacrament C…
A group concerned about hydraulic fracturing held a protest Sunday in Niles.
As millions of Americans race to meet Tuesday’s tax deadline, their chances of getting audited are lower than they have been in years.
The high school where 21 students and a security guard were injured in a stabbing rampage last week will resume classes Wednesday, one week …
One Warren organization has been giving students the support they need to succeed for over eight years.
It is National Volunteer Week, and one local organization honored their workers with a special celebration.
Red was the color of choice Saturday at a health event for women at Youngstown State University.