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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
Omarosa Manigault Newman through the years
Omarosa Manigault Newman, 43, former White House Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison, left her White House job this week under disputed circumstances. She says she was not escorted from the premises after a difficult discussion with Chief of Staff John Kelly.Holiday guide to gratuity: Who should you tip and how much?
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - It can get confusing trying to figure out who you're supposed to give an extra tip to during the holidays, or even regular tipping throughout the year. From your hairstylist to your babysitter, financial expert Jason Laux from Synergy Group, an independent financial services firm, has all the answers you'll need when it comes to who and what to tip.Group to host - Holiday Hope for Healing'
The Rev. Robin Woodberry, executive director of MVAC, said the event is for those who struggle during the holiday season, especially those affected by drug addiction and family issues.Classic Optical Laboratories Produces One Millionth Pair of Glasses in Banner Year
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio- Classic Optical Laboratories , set an all-time company record for eyeglasses manufactured in a single year as it delivered the one millionth pair from its central laboratory here last month. "We are proud to be able to help more than one million people by improving their sight," said Dawn Friedkin, president of Classic Optical Laboratories.Gifts Not to Send to Clients
The strengthening economy could get even better in 2018. Meanwhile, here in the Youngstown, Ohio region, where the shut-down of steel was devastating, everyone who wants to work is doing just that.Mother of boy who fatally OD'd on cocaine gets probation.
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Authorities say a man found dead in a roll-off container at a northeast Ohio construction landfill killed himself, possibly weeks before his remains were found. The body was discovered Friday at the Trumbull County landfill as a driver prepared to unload debris hauled from a construction site in Ravenna.Municipal
In Columbiana County Municipal Court, a Dec. 11 preliminary hearing was set for James W. Strait, 37, South Lincoln Avenue, Salem, charged with complicity to aggravated robbery for allegedly driving Ignacio Rios to a Garfield Avenue, Salem, home to collect a past drug debt from William Tondo on Sept. 4. After Rios allegedly struck Tondo in the head and while Rios reportedly held Tondo at gunpoint, Strait is alleged to have removed two portable DVD players, a PlayStation and a TV, owned by Tondo's mother from the home.Ohio child rape suspect kills himself before trial
YOUNGSTOWN, OH - Prosecutors said a rape suspect killed himself before his trial was set to begin in Mahoning County on Monday morning. Toth was out on bond while awaiting his court proceeding.Highway Patrol
Achhammer was cited for right of way and taken to the St. Elizabeth Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Achhammer's passengers, Melinda Achhammer, 26, Toronto, and Renee Pucci, 31, Toronto, and Cameron Corona, 11, Toronto, were taken to the Salem Regional Medical Center and St. Elizabeth Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.POLICE
They called back before a deputy arrived to say the resident had been located in Beaver Township. -A deputy spoke Thursday to someone named Sally at 26970 Stanley Drive, Knox Township, who said a neighbor saw a male taking photographs of her home.Ohio Man Gets Prison For Cocaine Overdose Death Of Boy, 9
An Ohio man has been sentenced to prison for the cocaine overdose death of his girlfriend's 9-year-old son.Ohio picks 12 large growers for medical marijuana program
File- This July 13, 2017, file photo shows Daniel Kessler, a plastics businessman, gesturing in a former toy factory in Youngstown, Ohio. Ohio selected 12 large growers to participate in its medical marijuana program Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017, in a competitive process that quickly drew a prospective legal challenge.POLICE
She was also supposed to watch his 3-year-old son until she picked him up from work. However, Lasater never showed up and Alexander got a ride home eventually from a co-worker.Salena Zito: The Cookie Table and the Bonds of Traditions in...
Barb Yavorcik's husband jokes that when he called his mother to tell her they were engaged she hung up the phone and turned the oven on to preheat. In certain parts of the country, particularly in Pittsburgh and Youngstown, Ohio, where the Yavorcik family came from, if you do not have a cookie table - actually several cookie tables ready to greet your guests as they enter the wedding reception - you may as well expect nothing short of a revolt by the guests.Grieving parents of slain Girard police officer discuss their loss
The suburban home on Wellman Avenue blends in with the rest - it's well-kept, meticulously landscaped and across the street from a school - the kind of home many would choose to raise a family, and that's just what the Leos did. It's the childhood home of Justin Leo, where his parents, David and Patricia, still live and where David was raised as well.Salena Zito: The cookie table and the bonds of traditions in America
Barb Yavorcik's husband jokes that when he called his mother to tell her they were engaged she hung up the phone and turned the oven on to preheat. In certain parts of the country, particularly in Pittsburgh and Youngstown, Ohio, where the Yavorcik family came from, if you do not have a cookie table - actually several cookie tables ready to greet your guests as they enter the wedding reception - you may as well expect nothing short of a revolt by the guests.Melania Trump leading U.S. delegation to Invictus Games in Toronto
First lady Melania Trump walks from the stage after introducing her husband President Donald Trump at a rally, Tuesday, July 25, 2017, at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown, Ohio. U.S. first lady Melania Trump will lead the American delegation to the Invictus Games in Toronto this fall.Ohio Valley Adult and Teen Challenge Becomes Business Hub with Support from PeopleKeys
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio: Ohio Valley Adult and Teen Challenge non-profit is best known as a long-term, faith-based residential program for men recovering from life-controlling problems such as addiction. They are now being known as a thriving business hub and PeopleKeys was happy to support their transition.Valley jobless down for Oct.
Even so, the region's two largest cities, Warren and Youngstown, tied for the second-highest rates among cities across the state, according to numbers posted by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. The two cities each marked jobless rates of 7.4 percent last month.
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