O’Neill, a North Side native, played football at Ursuline High School and YSU, where he was a theater major. He was signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1969 but after being cut in training camp, he made his way back to acting and a life spent making us laugh.
It marks the second time the popular Lifetime network reality show has filmed at Stambaugh in the last five months.
Amber Bohac, a 19-year-old Boardman High School graduate, moved to Los Angeles in November to pursue a career as an actress.
Owner of Pig Iron Press owes $6,230 tax bill.
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Meteorologist Mark Koontz ends his 40-year broadcast career
Sophia Colvin hopes to put Youngstown on the fashion map.
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN DISH Network is no longer carrying 21 WFMJ-TV and its sister station,
Brady's Leap helped kick off the St. Patrick's Day weekend Thursday at Kravitz Deli on Belmont Avenue. Festivities are continuing at many area bars and restaurants today and Saturday, when Kravitz will have its annual Corned Beef Fest.Saturday
By GUY D’ASTOLFO firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Delores Ware-Spires, the Youngstown native who