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Located on the Mahoning River sixty five miles from Cleveland Youngstown after early settler John Young. The discovery of coal in the area during the 1800's allowed the city to be included along the path of the Erie Canal. Steel mills were also established in the nineteenth century boosting the local economy. Today General Motors is the largest employer in the area with one of the nation's largest assembly plants now located in Youngstown. Today Powers Auditorium, a former Warner Brother's theater, is a local music hall.

Population: 73818
Local Newspapers: The Buckeye Review The Warren Tribune The Vindicator
Local Sports Teams: Youngstown State University Penguins Phantoms (USHL)
Local Colleges: Youngstown State University

Zip Codes associated with youngstown, ohio: 44502 44504 44505 44506 44507 44509 44510 44511 44512 44514 44515
Towns/Cities near youngstown, ohio : Campbell Struthers Canfield Austintown Hubbard Boardman McDonald Girard Churchill Warren

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PA, OH Voters On Trump's First Year: He's Doing "Better Than I Ever Would Have Dreamed"

Well, for liberals, year one was the darkest era in human history. It was the return of Lord Voldemort, the resurgence of Sauron from the land of Mordor, or the Galactic Empire reigning hellfire from the Death Star, whatever terrible cultural villain suits the narrative that was it.

Donald Trump made 2140 false or misleading claims in first year as US president

It's impossible to cover all the ups and downs of Donald Trump's first year as US president, but here are some memorable moments. ANALYSIS: One year after taking the oath of office, US President Donald Trump has made 2140 false or misleading claims, according to The Washington Post 's Fact Check database, which analyses, categorises and tracks every suspect statement uttered by the president.

President Trump made 2,140 false or misleading claims in his first year

Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer View text version of this page Help using this website - Accessibility statement Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. One year after taking the oath of office, President Donald Trump has made 2,140 false or misleading claims, according to The Washington Post' s The Fact Checker database that analyses, categorises and tracks every suspect statement uttered by the President.

Orchids and Onions

The quick response from passersby helped avert what could have been a horrible tragedy. a ORCHID: Also to Shane Ferguson, owner of Shane's Auto Body, a small Youngstown used car dealership, who has promised to donate a replacement van and child car seats to Michelle Campo, her husband and their family, after their van was demolished plunging into the frozen lake.

Businessman may get 6-month delay in deportation

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ICE to Deport Immigrant for 'Sham' Marriage That Was Real, Ex-Wife Says

Even though Amer Othman's first wife swore under oath she was compelled to sign a misleading statement, it's the basis for him getting thrown out of the U.S. Two immigration officers approached Amer Adi Othman's ex-wife outside her home one morning in April 1990 with a form to sign. Scared of the two strange men, she signed it quickly and returned to her two children inside.

Bill would make 'revenge porn' a crime

Katelyn Bowden was shocked when a Facebook acquaintance alerted her that intimate pictures she had shared with her former boyfriend had popped up on the Internet. The Youngstown woman faced another surprise when, after learning an acquaintance had stolen her now ex-boyfriend's phone to get those pictures, she discovered Ohio has no law to specifically prosecute so-called "revenge porn."

Liberty officials discuss enhancing Belmont Avenue

Township officials want to enhance the appearance of Belmont Avenue and may ask Youngstown officials if they also want to be involved. Arnie Clebone, who started this month as a new trustee, said Tuesday he would like to see a Belmont Avenue beautification and improvement project.

CNN's Savidge Highlights Former Dems Who Still Support Trump

Over the years, the dominant media have become infamous for touting Republicans who decide to support a Democrat for President. But on Wednesday's New Day , viewers got to see a rare example of the media highlighting the opposite in the form of a group of former Democrats in Ohio who switched parties, voted for Donald Trump, and still support him enthusiastically.

Youngstown Businessman Jailed, Ordered Deported Two Weeks After Getting a Reprieve

In a surprise reversal, U.S. immigration officials took a Youngstown businessman into custody today, less than two weeks after granting him a temporary stay. WKSU's M.L. Schultze reports on the arrest, which was condemned by a Northeast Ohio congressman and a prominent supporter of President Trump.

John Crudele

Dear John: With the growth of robotics and artificial intelligence decreasing the need for human workers, I wonder if any of these companies will be smart enough to use some of their now-overseas billions to create a US-based technology manufacturing and supply-chain hub. If I were a CEO, I would sleep much better knowing that I wouldn't have to rely on the whims of a Chinese dictator for my entire product supply.

ACROSS - SOUR - SCOMMUNITIES

All libraries in the Public Library of Youngstown & Mahoning County system will be closed until noon today due to weather. Any library programs scheduled during this period of time will be cancelled, as well.

PeopleKeys' DISC, Providing New Opportunities for Coaches like Cristina Dantas

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio: Cristina Dantas was an executive of international Business at a large firm in Brazil until she discovered the coaching industry. In 2009, she quit her lucrative position and began using her business expertise to coach others for a mid-size Brazilian coaching firm.

Trump supporters react to his derogatory remark, in their own words

Reports that Donald Trump referred to certain nations as "sh**hole countries" during a Thursday meeting in the Oval Office have inflamed his critics and drawn condemnation from the international community. CNN spoke to several of them to see if they still support the President after his comments.

New Mayor Believes Youngstown Has A Lot To Offer

Tito Brown was sworn in last week as the 51st Mayor of Youngstown. Brown is a Democrat, a former city council president and was at one point a member of the board of education.

Administration halts - evidence-based' program that evaluates therapies

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Could glowing plants replace light bulbs?

The connection between people and plants has long been the subject of scientific interest. Recent studies have found positive effects.

Rape case bound over to Mahoning County Grand Jury

Clark and William Daniel Tryon were arrested on Dec. 8 at their home, 104 W. Texas Ave. by members of the Sebring Police Department and transported to the Mahoning County Jail. However, on Dec. 21, according to a representative from the Mahoning County Coroner's office, Tryon, 45, died at 10:50 a.m. at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown after jail authorities found him hanging in his cell.

Supreme Court slashes damage award in lawsuit against Nationwide

The Ohio Supreme Court has slashed much of what of was left of a $42.8 million judgment against Nationwide from a lawsuit filed by a former Nationwide agent in northeast Ohio. The court ruled Thursday that punitive damages cannot be awarded in disputes involving a breach of contract. The ruling further cuts the award that Christine Lucarell received in 2012 from a jury in Mahoning County.

Trumbull grand jury hands up indictments against 26 people

A Trumbull County grand jury Wednesday issued indictments against 26 people. The defendants are scheduled to be arraigned 11 a.m. Jan. 12 before Trumbull County Common Pleas Court Judge W. Wyatt McKay.

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