The contract between Youngstown Symphony Orchestra musicians and the Youngstown Symphony Society, which operates the ensemble, expired Sept. 30, and the two sides have met a few times to negotiate a new pact.
Bob Black, longtime anchor for 21 WFMJ-TV news, will retire at the end of the month.
A half-dozen banners were placed this week around the corner of West Federal Street and Symphony Place
The Federal showcased Sunday on "Bar Rescue"
A couple of familiar stories are about to get the "zom-com" treatment.
The Martini Bros. episode will air next weekend.
Moog, the company whose name is synonymous with the synthesizer musical instrument, is phasing out
21 WFMJ-TV's noon news is now one hour; WKBN-TV news is expanded to 90 minutes beginning at 5 p.m.
Oaks inextricably linked to the DeMain family of the East Side
If Wednesday night’s Def Leppard concert at Covelli Centre was a celebration, then Vivian Campbell was having the best time out of everybody at the party.
Bentley Lenhoff was at the helm of the Youngstown Playhouse for 20 years
The show is seen on The Discovery Channel
A rock ’n’ roll photo and art exhibit at a history museum?
The script for “You Can’t Take It With You” might be out of date, but its message will never lose its relevancy.
Will Fat and Furious be renewed?
A terrifying night still surfaces in the music of Roomful of Strangers.
Oakland Center for the Arts leaves longtime home in the Morley Building, cancels season
British pop-metal giants Def Leppard will come to Covelli Centre for a July 15 concert. Youngstown will be the band's only regional stop
Tommy Christmas promised tearjerkers on “Fat N’ Furious” this year, and he delivered.
Dancing frees former teacher from pains
Kelvin once worked at The Vindicator.
The show involves Tommy Christmas, who runs an automotive shop in Boardman
The program has been looking for a new funding partner since YSU dropped it in May.
The winner was a woman from North Jackson
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The crew at Christmas Automotive replaces an engine in a scene from “Fat ‘N Furious.” From left are Chuck Kountz, Tommy Christmas and Steve McGranahan. The show’s strong finish in the ratings earned it a renewal for a second season.
Poland attorney and developer Sebastian Rucci is counting on some southern California ambiance — including $120,000 worth of (faux) palm trees — and a location close to the new Hollywood Gaming racino to make his Hotel California into a resort destination.
Monday Musical Club is disbanding after 118 years
IF YOU WATCH What: “Fat & Furious: Rolling Thunder” When: 10 p.m. Monday Where: Discovery
At least 40 people lined up early Friday morning to get tickets to see veteran rocker Rod Stewart.
The change may impact local stations WKBN and WYTV
The song was written by country singer Zach Paxson of Lisbon
Ragtime was one of the most popular shows ever staged by Top Hat Productions, and so it was an obvious choice to be reprised this year.
Few artists can bring back memories like Elton John.
You don’t have to be a theater-lover to be interested in the Youngstown Playhouse’s current fundraiser.
Sixteen-month-old Dalton Bodnar will be the guest of honor, along with his mom and dad, Dana and Michael Bodnar, at tonight’s opening performance of “Disney on Ice” at the Covelli Centre. Dalton was chosen for the Magical Night Out after undergoing three rounds of chemotherapy for testicular cancer. He is now cancer-free.
A new and larger replacement will be built before the 2014 fair opens in July
He speaks bout his experience Wednesday at W.D. Packard Music Hall in Warren.
Famed rocker John Mellencamp talks with Lou Zona, director of Butler Institute of American Art, during a reception to open the exhibition of Mellencamp's paintings at the Butler's Trumbull branch. The exhibition runs through Jan. 12.
The owner of a downtown building that is undergoing a $4 million renovation is seeking to have the structure placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
City to events: Shhhh after 11 p.m.
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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.
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