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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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Donations Pour in for Family of 5 Kids Killed in Ohio Fire

A report says thousands of dollars in donations have poured in for family members following the deaths of five children killed in a fire at their Ohio home. Journee Thomas, 8, of Youngstown, with Jabari Rushton, 13, of Youngstown, Ohio, holds a candle before the beginning of a prayer vigil for the five children killed on Dec. 9 in a house fire, at Christ Centered Church, Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018, in Youngstown, Ohio.

Donations pour in for family of 5 kids killed in Ohio fire

Chandriel Strong, 29, breaks down while paying respects at a deadly fire scene Monday, Dec. 10, 2018, in Youngstown, Ohio.

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The holiday sale fundraiser for Angels For Animals is back for one day with lots of bargains available. The public is invited to shop from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Andrews Hall.

Austintown bank robbery suspect due in court today

A Youngstown man arrested Monday and charged in the robbery of the Huntington Bank in Austintown last week is expected to be arraigned today. Jonathan A. Spikes, 40, 279 Benita Ave., was arrested after a joint investigation by the Austintown police, the Youngstown office of the FBI and other law enforcement agencies.

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He said there were more than 300 entries nationwide. Local firefighter Brian Pearson submitted the entry; a Recognized resident Jack Carlton, who died recently at age 80 and who was instrumental in getting murals in Girard and Youngstown to beautify the areas as part of the a Recognized the Girard High School football team for being runners-up at the state football championship in Canton on Dec. 1; a Heard from resident Richard DeSalvo of Shannon Road who said there has been several accidents at Shannon Road and Churchill Road following freezing rain and some snowfall.

Trump Turns Obama-Era Transportation Program into a Road Fund

The Trump administration has cemented its dismantling of a progressive, Obama-era transportation grant program by turning it into just another highway program. The change is more than the program's name, which shifts from Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery to Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development .

Suspect in stolen car involved in fatal crash, Akron police say

Police say a man in a stolen car who was trying to elude officers crashed into another vehicle, killing a 53-year-old Akron woman. Timothy Goforth, 20, of Youngstown, Ohio, is being held in the Summit County Jail on charges of receiving stolen property, aggravated vehicular assault, aggravated vehicular homicide, hit-skip, and several other traffic charges, Lt.

Fire claims 5 children in Youngstown

Residents of the 400 block of Parkcliffe Avenue in Youngstown said they're still in shock after a house fire there late Sunday claimed the lives of five children. Late Monday afternoon, the Mahoning County Coroner's office released the names of the five children as 9-year-old Aleysh Rosario, 3-year-old Charles Gunn, 2-year-old Ly'Asia Gunn, and 1-year-old twins Brianna and Arianna Negron.

New vocation, new wife, new challenges for Endicott priest

What a year for Endicott priest: New vocation, new wife, new challenges Nathaniel Choma is the new pastor of St. Mary's Orthodox Church. Check out this story on pressconnects.com: https://www.pressconnects.com/story/news/connections/faith/2018/12/11/what-year-endicott-priest-new-vocation-new-wife-new-challenges/2267263002/ This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY's community rules .

Neighbor: Mom screamed for help amid fire that killed 5 kids

Stuffed animals rest against a pole at a makeshift memorial after a deadly fire in Youngstown, Ohio, Monday, Dec. 10, 2018. Authorities report that several children died in the fire.

The Latest: A stuffed-animal tribute for 5 kids dead in fire

Melissa Thomas, right, wipes away a tear as her daughter Elissa Simione looks on near the scene of a deadly fire in Youngstown, Ohio, Monday, Dec. 10, 2018. Authorities report that several children died in the fire.

'Devastating loss,' community reacts to Youngstown deadly house fire

Sources and friends tell us the name of the mother of the children is 26-year-old America Negron Acevedo. Acevedo made it out of the house but was injured.

5 Young Children Killed In Youngstown House Fire

Incident Leaves 2 Gas Line Workers Injured In Westmoreland County Two gas line workers were injured in an incident early Monday morning in Westmoreland County.

Five children dead in Ohio house fire; arson not suspected

Five children have died following a house fire in Youngstown, Ohio, local fire officials said. Arson is not suspected in the Sunday night blaze, officials said.

Top 10 heartwarming EMS stories of 2018

From fulfilling dying wishes to finishing house work for a patient, EMS providers performed some pretty incredible acts of kindness this year Aside from heroically saving lives and rescuing people from dangerous situations in 2018, EMS providers also used their time to perform some pretty inredible acts of kindness in an effort to bring happiness to others. Brewster Ambulance Service EMTs Brian Costa and Era Koroveshi drove the ambulance for over an hour to fulfill a hospice patient's wish to see a lighthouse before she died.

Grinch steals kid's toy, Ohio officer buys him new one

Brian Koeppen shared these images with us -- captured by the cameras he installed around his house on Bellfield on Youngstown, Ohio's south side. A man in a ballcap and dark jacket stealing a package off Koeppen's front stoop, just minutes after it was delivered.

How Millennial Parents Are Reinventing the Cherished Family Photo Album

On the top shelf of closets, in dusty basements, and tucked away in chests across the country sit shoeboxes and stacks of albums filled with photos. The images, perhaps slightly curled and yellowed, usually chronicle all the big moments of childhood: births, first days of school, gap-toothed elementary-school smiles, and high-school graduations.

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Each year, the Mary Kay Foundation awards $3 million to domestic violence shelters across the country. One of this year's recipient is the Sojourner House of Youngstown.

Shifting Global Marketplace Leaves US Workers Behind

President Donald Trump insists his new trade agreement with Mexico and Canada will address the exporting of U.S. manufacturing jobs overseas. That pledge, however, comes on the heels of auto giant General Motors' announcement of the layoff of 14,000 employees in five factories in the United States and Canada.

Christmas concert set Sunday

The concert is free. Soloist Ava Wilson will also perform. Founded in 1952 as the Youngstown Symphony Chorus, the 70-member choral ensemble partnered with Stambaugh Auditorium in 2007.

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