Also among the topics discussed — the search for a math teacher at East High School. The school has been without one for weeks.
Isaac Davidson returns to lead the Potters into action this basketball season.
Poland has won 68 games over the last three seasons. That’s an average of 23 games per year.
The Place Where the Lord Provides Christian Center held its annual turkey basket giveaway Tuesday evening in Youngstown.
Weir’s book is titled “Against Our Better Judgement,” and details the “hidden history of how the U.S. was used to create Israel.”
A judge ordered that the recording be made public by Wednesday.
Investigators found that Johnson claimed pay for about 86 hours of drive time to and from the office or salon appointments.
Bucks finance director Dave Boscola says the county has been draining its cash reserves and could run out of money by the end of the year.
Julian Hernandez vanished from his mother’s home in the Birmingham area in 2002, his father leaving a note saying he had taken the child, au…
Witnesses said a minivan drove down a gravel road used for an oil well and crashed in a field.
Mercy Health spokeswoman Kristin Craig said the company is looking at laying off two dozen workers in the Youngstown area.
Donald Trump’s claim of seeing “thousands and thousands” of New Jersey Muslims “cheering” on 9/11 fails fact checks, and political opponents…
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The Mahoning County OVI Task Force announced that there will be an extra police presence on the roadways on Thanksgiving Eve.
Ishmaa’ily Kitchen and dozens of Cardinal Mooney High School students met at the school to pass out turkeys to people in need.
A Patrol drug-sniffing canine alerted to the vehicle, and a probable cause search revealed the contraband.
Mill Creek Park Executive Director Aaron Young said fixing combined sewer overflows could cost millions.
Police said a man demanded money from the cashier and said he was carrying a weapon.
This year, both United Local Autoworkers Local 1112 union members and managers were able to buy more than a 100 gifts for needy children.
After pro-terrorism messages were found painted on Youngstown State’s rock Monday, some questioned why an alert wasn’t sent out sooner.