May 2019

Group Helps Citizens Return to Society
With the goal of helping people who have been incarcerated return as productive members of society, representatives of Citizens Uniting Citizens shared what they have done with

April 2019

YNDC Celebrates 100th Home Rehab
The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp. celebrated its 100th home rehabilitation with the unveiling of a recently finished property at 4202 Rush Blvd. The nearly 1,800-square-foot South Side home in the city’s 7th Ward has…

Solar-Powered LED Lights To Be Installed in Areas of Youngstown
The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation (YNDC) and volunteers including officers from the Youngstown Police Department and staff from Youngstown State University will be installing solar-powered LED lights east of Cottage Grove and west of South Avenue and from Florida Avenue south to Midlothian Boulevard on Wednesday, April 17.

YNDC Installing Residential Lights in Youngstown South Side
YNDC installing residential lights in Youngstown south sideYNDC, area volunteers and Youngstown police will work to put up the LED lights. They’re being donated by the Raymond John Wean Foundation to individuals who cannot afford outdoor lighting.

YNDC Facing Challenges Despite Decade of Success
Ten years ago, a partner- ship between the Raymond John Wean Foundation and the city of Youngstown gave birth to a nonprofit community organization dedicated to spreading the early successes in rejuvenating the downtown area of Youngstown to many…

15 Women Nominated for 2019 Athena Award
The Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber has announced the 15 nominees for the 27th annual Athena Award dinner. The Athena Award honors women who “strive toward the highest levels of professional accomplishment,” according to a chamber release. This includes those who have…

Handels’s Neighborhood Association Hosts Community Meeting
Handel’s Neighborhood Association will host its community meeting from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Newport Library, 3730 Market St. Participants can learn more about how to get involved with the association. The meeting will include…

March 2019

Wean Foundation Announces $226K in Grants
The Raymond John Wean Foundation approved community investment grants totaling $226,383 at its quarterly meeting earlier this month, approving awards to seven organizations. Trumbull County Historical Society was…

Wean Foundation Community Investment Grants totalled $226,383
The Raymond John Wean Foundation board approved Community Investment Grants totaling $226,383 to four organizations at its quarterly meeting this month. The grants are to be used for integrated, equitable solutions aligned with…

Students Learn Healthy Living
Each week, fifth- to eighth-grade students at McGuffey PK-8 School spend time after school learning ways to stay healthy through fitness and food choice. McGuffey School guidance counselor Jill Redmond said the McGuffey fitness and wellness program is held for 14 sessions, once per week from…

February 2019

Grant enables Warren nonprofit to help homeowners with emergency home repairs

Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership, an 8-year-old nonprofit best known for housing demolition, is expanding into emergency home repairs for low-income homeowners as it settles into its own new Mahoning Avenue facilities.TNP will begin accepting

TNP Builds a Better Warren at its New Home
Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership has arrived – literally. After spending eight years building a better Warren out of several different offices, in 2018 we moved into our permanent home at 736 Mahoning Ave., just out of downtown and into Warren’s residential central…

January 2019

City Aims to Market Complex, Engage Citizens
The city is looking to hire a community engagement and inclusion coordinator to give Youngstown residents more of a voice in the riverfront entertainment complex that’s under construction as well as the Covelli Centre. The person hired will gather community…

Project Lures Visitors to View Warren Through the Years
The heading on an 1864 photo of West Market Street mounted on a metal stand on Courthouse Square says “Look Here.” The photo shows a wide, dirt road extending much farther into the grassy area than what exists now on the square. “This was all like graze land,” explained Melissa Karman, director of…