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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.
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:
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Towns/Cities near youngstown, ohio : Campbell Struthers Canfield Austintown Hubbard Boardman McDonald Girard Churchill Warren
'Celebrity Big Brother': Omarosa Shares 'Most Surreal Moment' From Flying on Air Force One
The reality star and former political aide for President Donald Trump reflected on what it was like to fly on Air Force One while sitting down with her fellow Celebrity Big Brother castmates Ross Mathews, Marissa Jaret Winokur and James Maslow during Wednesday's episode. "When you fly, they shut down all air traffic," Omarosa told her housemates.Schiavoni's longshot crusade
To his credit, Joe Schiavoni is staying in the race for the Democratic nomination for governor even though his path to the party's nomination on May 8 is anything but wide and flat. Mr. Schiavoni, a lawyer from Boardman, near Youngstown, and a member of the state Senate for the last 10 years, makes a worthwhile claim: He's the only candidate left standing who is directly involved in making and voting on state policy.Religion news
WOMEN OF FAITH: Women of Faith Ministers' Wives and Widows will meet 10 a.m. today at Calvary Presbyterian Church, Laird Avenue, Warren. a one-day retreat with Sister Margaret Marszal 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today.Columbiana County Municipal
Joseph A. Miles Jr., 20, Alexandria, Va., was fined $200 and had his driver's license suspended 180 days for two counts possession of marijuana. Zachary Daniels, 25, East State Street, Salem, was fined $250, sentenced three days jail, placed on two years probation and had his driver's license suspended 180 days for possession of drug paraphernalia.Cortland man wins Greenwood giveaway, United Way fundraiser
John Urchek, a Cortland resident and retiree from Delphi Packard Electric, was the winner of $15,000 in cash courtesy of the eighth annual Greenwood Chevrolet Cruze or Cash Giveaway. The giveaway rewarded a donor who gave to either the United Way of Trumbull County or to the United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley campaign in 2017.Municipal Court
In Columbiana County Municipal Court, Stephanie M. Wylie, 32, Leetonia Road, Leetonia, was bound over to the grand jury on an assault charge. Katrina Willis, 46, Old Monroeville Road, Salineville, was fined $200, sentenced two days jail, placed on one year probation and required 50 hours community service for driving under suspension, fifth within three years.Missing 'developmentally disabled' teen arrested for Youngstown robbery
Youngstown police put out the call to the community for help to find a missing 19-year-old just 24 hours before they found him- at the center of an armed robbery investigation. Police tell 21 News crews on the scene that sometime around 11 a.m. three suspects were able to rob the Cashland building on the 1100 block on East Midlothian.Police identify remains found in Youngstown as those of missing woman
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Police said they've identified skeletal remains found in the city as those of a missing Youngstown woman. Bluhm was last seen on May 20 and was reported missing four days later after family members couldn't reach her.Police
Alyssa Dimuzio, 21, whose last known address was Main Street, Salem, was taken into custody on an active warrant out of Youngstown for aggravated burglary at 6:32 p.m. Sunday when a Main Street resident brought her to the Salem police station. According to the Journal's news partner, WKBN First News, prosecutors said the woman helped plan the robbery of an elderly man at his Youngstown home last month when his guns, a safe and his truck were stolen.Industrial compressor distributor acquired by Youngstown company
An industrial air compressor distributor in Pittsburgh will be acquired by another in Youngstown, Ohio.New officers on board
This will be Linnen's and McGinley's first jobs as police officers. Wire previously worked for Hubbard Township and Mercy Health police departments.Girard to get near $2 million
The city will have nearly $2 million in new gas pipelines by spring in the southern U.S. Route 422 area as part of replacement project planned by Dominion Energy Ohio. Mayor James Melfi told city council Monday the $1.96 million project, which will be done in two parts, is what Dominion is doing throughout the state in replacing gas lines.Behind Omarosa's brief exit from 'Celebrity BB'
The mystery surrounding Omarosa Manigault Newman's departure Friday from "Celebrity Big Brother " has been solved: She required medical attention after suffering from an asthma attack, ABC News confirmed Saturday night. "Omarosa has returned to the Celebrity Big Brother house after receiving medical attention last night and today for an asthma attack," CBS said in a statement to ABC News of the former assistant to President Donald Trump.Man deported to Jordan from US after 39 years
With nothing but the clothes on his back and less than $300 in his pocket, Amer Adi was put on a plane and deported to Jordan, the country he left 39 years ago to pursue his American dream. His 94-year-old mother sat in a wheelchair at the arrivals gate, overcome with emotion as she waited for Adi.Omarosa returns to 'Celebrity Big Brother' following asthma attack
R: Metta World Peace, Brandi Glanville, Keshia Knight Pullman, Ross Matthews, Shannon Elizabeth, Mark McGrath, Omarosa Manigault, James Maslow, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Ariadna Gutierrez and Chuck Liddell will be the 11 celebrities competing on BIG BROTHER: CELEBRITY EDITION. The mystery surrounding Omarosa Manigault Newman's departure Friday from "Celebrity Big Brother " has been solved: She required medical attention after suffering from an asthma attack, ABC News confirmed Saturday night.1919: Girl dies in accidental shooting
Olive and her little brother, a trifle older than she, were playing about a barrel that stood in the room. The brother got on the barrel and seeing the gun standing in the corner tried to pull it up to him by the muzzle, and it was supposed the trigger caught on some obstruction, causing the gun to be discharged.Man who impregnated 3 sisters sentenced on rape charges
A man who authorities say impregnated 14-year-old twins and their 12-year-old sister while living in their Ohio home has been sentenced to 27 years in prison. The Vindicator reports 34-year-old Arnold Perry was sentenced Thursday in Youngstown after pleading guilty to two counts of rape and one count of sexual battery in November.
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