Twelve local shops served up over 3,500 slices of pizza Saturday night.
Police say the water is safe to use after 20 gallons of a chemical leaked into the Ohio River on Friday.
Rick Rowlands discussed how steel shaped Youngstown into a city, and the connection everyone has to the industry.
The Boy Scout motto is “be prepared,” and they are prepared for any weather.
Students from across the Valley had the chance to show off their work and compete for awards.
The Trumbull County Democratic party is holding a drive-thru at the Pat Catan’s parking lot on Ridge Avenue in Warren.
Police report that they discovered guns and heroin while conducting a search of the car.
The house has extensive smoke and water damage, and the residents are not allowed back inside.
The passenger was pronounced dead at the scene, and the driver is critically injured.
The arrests came after a two-year investigation involving multiple agencies.
Anthony Stocks, 83, is uninjured and back with his family.
The man, 83-year-old Anthony Stocks, was last seen driving to Warren.
Youngstown School Board member Dario Hunter spoke to group at the Rodef Sholom about being gay, black, Iranian and Jewish.
The raise was negotiated by the Sheriff’s Office and Fraternal Order of Police union.
Dean Foster was driving on Taggart Road when he was killed in an accident involving a semi-truck.
Chipotle is beginning a marketing push in February to win back its customers, after several e. Coli and norovirus outbreaks last year.
Even though the hill won’t be ready for this season, officials are optimistic that by this time next year, it will be ready for use.
White is facing several charges, including drug possession and driving under suspension.
The City of Youngstown has had a similar law in effect since last February.
In the fight against drug addiction, a local school is using Brain Power to teach children the dangers of using drugs.