A 21-gun salute from the Marine Corps League and the playing of Taps capped off the university’s annual Reading of the Names ceremony.
The books are closed and summer is underway for students in Youngstown, but many of them rely on school meals for healthy food.
The challenge follows a directive to schools this month to let transgender students use the bathrooms that match their gender identity.
The work was completed on schedule and is part of the Ohio Turnpike’s largest capital improvement program in 15 years.
Breandre Allen and Bralin Allen pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and felonious assault charges Tuesday.
Dash is also facing charges in Trumbull County of having sex with a girl who was 11 years old at the time.
“Downtown Shutdown” is a resurgence of the old “Party on the Plaza,” which used to take place downtown on Friday nights.
The partnership creates more opportunities for YSU students to study abroad, according to the university.
An Ashtabula County grand jury has issued a new indictment against James Brooks, who investigators linked to the death of Alesha Bell.
ODOT hired a contractor to begin repairs on the landslide after the state took over the project to demolish the houses and restore Lisbon St…
About 15 students at Sense of Wonder Daycare on Market Street were taken outside after the furnace caught on fire.
Cecil Thomas said when he first started, there were no mail delivery vehicles. He would ride a bus to his route and walk the entire way.
First News reporter Amanda Smith undergoes one of the most common surgeries in America.
A Youngstown man is in the Mahoning County Jail after police say he led them on a high-speed chase in a stolen vehicle.
A Warren man was hit by gunfire in the leg outside an apartment building on the northwest side of the city.
A Warren man is facing a drunken driving charge after police say he caused an accident on Route 11 in Liberty Township.
The Mahoning Valley Historical Society gave its Historic Preservation Award to one building in Warren and two in Youngstown.
The commission also decided to keep the number of wards at seven.
The police dog will be used for everyday patrol work, as well as drug searches and tracking suspects or missing persons.
The facility for lower-income patients would employ 10-15 people and could be open in a year.