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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
Bids opened for water line project
The project entails replacing old line with new eight-inch line, valves, hydrants, re-connections and pavement repairs, with an engineer's estimate of $941,852. Bids received were from Utility Contracting, Youngstown, $874,924; S.E.T. Inc. Excavating & General Contracting, Lowellville, $963,776; Rudzik Excavating, Struthers, $1,027,121; Mike Pusateri Excavating Inc., East Liverpool, $1,035,999.09; J.S. Bova Excavating Inc., Struthers, $1,106,000; and James White Construction, Weirton, W.Va., $1,225,185.Rep. Tim Ryan: Trump Deals in China, Indonesia 'Awfully Suspicious'
President Donald Trump's deal with Beijing over the Chinese telecommunications company ZTE, combined with the Chinese government's agreement to put a half-billion dollars into a project in Indonesia seem "awfully suspicious," Rep. Tim Ryan believes. The Ohio Democrat also told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that Trump's recent tweet about too many jobs being lost in China is a cause for concern.Wanted in Ohio: Workers who can pass a drug test
Bucking the narrative of hopelessness around the opioid crisis, communities are responding in valiant ways to match the needs of employers and those striving to get back on their feet. Flying High, a nonprofit that helps those dealing with substance abuse get back on their feet, offers a 15-week welding training program in Youngstown, Ohio.Retiring - Florida Isn't So Affordable, Not Any More
The tipping point in her need to relocate from Connecticut was her property tax, both on her house and the new car she had purchased. She did that.Church Happenings
A Mother's Day brunch will be served from 9 to 11 a.m. today at St. Paul School, 925 E. State St. Cost is $5 for adults and $3 for ages 5 to 12. The menu offers scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, baked french toast, potatoes, bacon, sausage links, coffee, milk and juice. Every family in attendance is invited to have their picture taken using a backdrop.Steubenville rape convict removed from sex offender list
In this Sept. 14, 2017, file photo, Ma'lik Richmond, center, of Steubenville, Ohio, and his attorney Susan Stone, left, walk out of U.S. District Court in Youngstown, Ohio.Body found tied up in Youngstown trash can identified
A body that an Ohio man says he found tied up and wrapped in a sheet inside his trash can has been identified. Noel Scott tells WKBN-TV that he found the woman's body last week inside his garbage bin, which had been moved across the street from his Youngstown home.Municipal
In Columbiana County Municipal Court, a June 25 pretrial was set for Shane W. Kemble, 39, Roosevelt Avenue, Salem, charged with two counts of domestic violence for allegedly grabbing a 12-gauge shotgun and a .22 long rifle during an argument with his wife, Amber Kemble, loading it and threatening to shoot himself. Then when his wife grabbed the first gun and attempted to get it away from him, he allegedly pushed her head on the bed, pulled her hair and threatened to shoot her if she did not let go of the gun.Dyson throwing her hat into D-1 track and field program at YSU
Sammy Dyson, a member of the Punxsutawney Area High School track and field team, has decided to continue her athletic career at the Division I level at Youngstown State University in Youngstown, Ohio. Dyson made her decision official on Monday at the school.ACROSS - SOUR - SCOMMUNITIES
The Arrive Alive Tour from Unite will visit Lordstown High School, 1824 Salt Springs Road, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. The Arrive Alive Tour program uses a high-tech simulator, impact video, and a number of other resources to educate the public about the dangers of texting while driving and intoxicated driving.Man who stole from friend sentenced
A Columbiana man who stole from someone attempting to help him was sentenced to 10 months in prison on Friday in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court. Corey Miller, 25, East Park Avenue, was sentenced for receiving stolen property, a fifth-degree felony, and misuse of credit cards, a first-degree misdemeanor.Gary Erbe 50 year retrospective opens at Reading Public Museum
The Reading Public Museum announces Gary Erbe: 50 Year Retrospective, an exceptional exhibition of more than fifty paintings that draws on the impressive body of work produced by the New Jersey-based artist over the past half century. The exhibition is on view at The Museum from May 5 through August 5, 2018.Police Reports
His vehicle was towed and he was given a courtesy ride to McDonald's in Salem. - Police were called at 12:36 p.m. Tuesday to South Lincoln Avenue at Snyder Road for a deceased animal in the road by the tracks.ACROSS - SOUR - SCOMMUNITIES
The Butler Township spring clean-up will be held from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. today, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday at the township garage, 2974 Slater Road, Salem. Items to be accepted include televisions, electronics and tires .New Book: Hillary Would Have Been 'The Booziest President' Since The 40s
National Review's Kyle Smith writes about the revelation from Amy Chozick's new book that there was supposed to be an article in The New York Times after the election that portrayed Hillary as fun and laid-back, citing her drinking habits as proof. "The attentive reader will wonder whether Clinton has a drinking problem," Smith writes .Youngstown Bishop George Murry undergoing treatment for acute leukemia
According to Monsignor John Zuraw of the Catholic Diocese of Youngstown, Murry, who is 69, was admitted to the Cleveland Clinic with acute leukemia on Sunday to begin what they call four weeks of intensive chemotherapy. Monsignor Zuraw says that the Bishop had not been feeling well over the past two months, but did not think that anything was seriously wrong until his diagnosis over the weekend.Subcontractor hiring for Youngstown pipe mill jobs
A local subcontractor and an employment service are holding a job fair on Tuesday to fill positions at what is described as a "premier local pipe mill in Youngstown". A media release from Staff Right Services doesn't name the mill but identifies the subcontractor as Midwest Contract Services of Vienna.Regional film board looking to build strong base in county
The Youngstown Regional Film Commission is looking for actors, crew members, locations and vendors to bring the film industry knocking on Salem's door and the surrounding area. D'Amico met with people interested in becoming part of the background in films this past weekend in Salem for Background Extras Boot Camp, where they learned the ins and outs of working as an extra on a movie set.Mount Trumpmore? It's the president's 'dream,' Rep. Kristi Noem says
A year before Donald Trump became president, an editorial cartoonist for the Tulsa World pictured Trump standing at the foot of Mount Rushmore, critiquing his fresh-carved likeness on the mountain alongside Abe Lincoln. "Make me thinner and lose the other guys," the caricature of Trump says to a man in a hard hat.District move to keep white students cites 'racial balance'
An Ohio school district with a growing proportion of minority students says it will stop allowing white students to attend a neighboring district through open enrollment and take public funding with them because it wants to avoid becoming segregated. The Liberty Local Schools board just north of Youngstown unanimously backed that resolution this week, stepping into the knotty intersection of education funding and race.
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