Youngstown restaurant turns a year old

November 28, 2018 by  

Chef Rebecca Poletti became known for her skills as a baker when she owned Mangia Cakes Cafe, but recently celebrated her first year as the owner of a full-service restaurant, the Youngstown Galley. She is fighting being typecast as [Read more]

Kids can get active with new tech initiative

October 26, 2018 by  

A new exhibit at Oh, Wow! aims to give Youngstown children an alternative to TV and video games by getting them up and moving.

The Roger & Gloria Jones Children’s Center for [Read more]

Rocker’s art on exhibit in Youngstown

September 26, 2018 by  

John Mellencamp is a rock icon who has earned a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but he is also an accomplished artist who just opened an exhibit at the Butler Institute of American Art in [Read more]

Youngstown company offers lowest Butcher Road bridge bid

August 15, 2018 by  

Staff in the office of Bert Dawson, the county engineer for Columbiana County, opened bids recently from companies vying to get the job of replacing the Butcher Road bridge over Little Beaver Creek.

The bridge is in [Read more]

CityScape hopes to move and renovate Youngstown church

July 27, 2018 by  

CityScape, a non-profit organization in Youngstown, has planned an extremely ambitious project—not only does it hope to renovate the oldest church in Youngstown, it wants to physically move it, according to an [Read more]

Youngstown considering passing ordinance raising age to buy tobacco

June 23, 2018 by  

Youngstown may enact a so-called Tobacco 21 ordinance that would raise the age when a person can legally purchase tobacco to 21.

Although the [Read more]

Regional film board seeks to bring Hollywood to Ohio

May 26, 2018 by  

The Youngstown Regional Film Commission is undertaking a major effort to bring filmmakers to the area, by searching for actors, locations, crew members, and vendors that will help present the [Read more]

Purr-fect rescue in Youngstown

April 30, 2018 by  

Three kittens who got trapped in a window well in Youngstown were rescued successfully and are expected to be fine. However, it took a deputy sheriff, a videographer, a reporter, and a bail bondsman’s employees, as well as Animal Charities, to [Read more]

Iconic Youngstown mill to go back into service

March 29, 2018 by  

Lanterman’s Mill in Youngstown’s Mill Creek Park is currently being restored, but not just as an attraction—it will be used to grind flour.

Restoring the 1840s mill to [Read more]

Youngstown company makes first acquisition

February 27, 2018 by  

Youngstown’s Dearing Compressor & Pump Co. recently acquired Kruman Equipment, based in Pittsburgh.

Both companies [Read more]

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