There were 316 applicants
The owner of one establishment is urging supporters to attend today’s council meeting
Prosecutors haven’t provided all of the required evidence, the attorneys contend
It is expected to hear from the head of the city’s firefighter union about a staff reduction
The Valley had the eighth most snow accumulation in November
Voters approved a charter amendment to merge two city departments
The city is making $147 million in improvements as mandated by the federal EPA
This Colorado blue spruce, donated by Craig Tareshawty, owner of Brandywine Apartments, is Youngstown’s downtown Christmas tree. Marty Martin, left, of Diamond Steel Construction Co. helped get the tree in place as he has for more than 30 years — always in a Santa hat.
The retirees will lose federal credit for healthcare if an extension isn’t given by Jan. 1
Parking could be the key to the deal
The $5 million improvement project ‘will start moments after closing’
It placed second in the best partnership category
Nearly 1,500 free tickets for a Nov. 30 public event to celebrate and honor the life of former U.S. Rep. James A. Traficant Jr. were given away Monday — the first day to get them
Boys dressed as superheroes and knights for the event. In its third year, the Boardman Park program added a second night.
He won’t run for the U.S. Senate in 2016
It’s not likely related to a suspicious substance found in a letter at another township business
The mail dump is ‘very uncommon,’ he says
The event is Nov. 30
The plan is not to replace 8 retiring firefighters.
Postal workers, concerned citizens, city officials and a journalist helped clean up a truckload of mail that spilled onto Front Street in downtown Youngstown Wednesday night.
Youngstown council is expected to ratify a contract with the city’s wastewater union.
The tax again fared poorly in the smaller suburbs and rural areas of the county.
Auditor says, ‘You simply can’t trust the guy’
Jimmy Mikesell of Service Master Restoration by All-Action, North Lima, sprays a chemical in the basement of the North Whitney Avenue, Youngstown, home of Edward Kalosky II. Kalosky’s sewer has backed up five times since Oct. 25. Kalosky said he had to undergo two surgeries after slipping in sewage in his basement.
Work is estimated to cost $260,000, but Youngstown received a state grant to cover most of that cost
Youngstown native Chris London, pastor of New Vision Baptist Church, said he has shopped at Bottom Dollar Food on Glenwood Avenue since it opened in February 2012 because of its convenience for him.
The temperature will be below average this winter, WFMJ’s chief meteorologist says
They expect about 40 percent to 43 percent turnout
He asked voters to “forget your party this time”
An architectural firm wants to relocate to the building.
Mahoning Avenue will be closed for about a week
Free tickets will be available Nov. 17
He took an improper $3,900 cash campaign contribution
Also on the list of evidence that may be used in the case is a Vindicator editorial board video
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The demo contractor laughed about his arrest
Two statewide Democrats were in the area Monday
Without a Rod Stewart concert, the loss would have been ‘substantially more,’ the center’s head says
If it’s rejected, supporters of the proposal say it will be back
He starts the new job Nov. 17
A Mahoning County Probate Court judicial candidate loaned more money to her campaign
This will be his third labor endorsement
The bar’s members highly recommended four sitting judges
His Democratic challenger said the incumbent made ‘the office work for him’
The recordings are from Oct. 18, 2005, and Aug. 6, 2010
Also coming down are its bleachers, the bathhouse, steps and fencing
His Democratic opponent says if that’s so, the incumbent shouldn’t be re-elected
A downtown arts and collectibles store is liquidating its inventory
The challenger started advertising on TV on Tuesday
City could make a decision in a month