Youngstown, Ohio

What is Youngstown, Ohio known for?


historical books

for Our Community" Schulman was the author of several theological and historical books, and specialized particularly in the study of 19th-century religious figures, especially Charles Wellbeloved, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and James Martineau. He was also a minister for most of his life, serving in Youngstown, Ohio, and at Emerson Church in Houston, Texas, for 25 years, in addition to many other churches, some in England. Schulman served


radio+commercial

radio commercial FM (Frequency modulation) radio station in Youngstown, Ohio market broadcasting at 106.1 MHz (Megahertz) with an oldies format. The station is licensed to Niles, Ohio, with programming similar to fellow Clear Channel (Clear Channel Communications) stations WWSW-FM in Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) and WMJI in Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio). '''WKBN''' is an Amplitude modulation AM


famous+power

accessdate 2008-03-24 date February 28, 2002 In 1983, he was charged with racketeering for accepting bribes. Traficant, who represented himself in the criminal trial, argued that he accepted the bribes only as part of an undercover investigation into corruption. Traficant was acquitted of the charges, becoming the only person ever to win a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) case while representing himself. Power pop Ohio has produced a number of famous

power pop bands. Raspberries (Raspberries (band)) ("Go All the Way") from Cleveland and Youngstown (Youngstown, Ohio)'s Blue Ash (Blue Ash (band)) ("Abracadabra Have You Seen Her?") are considered seminal artists in this genre . Color Me Gone of Akron (Akron, Ohio) and Circus (Circus (band)) from Cleveland were also major exporters of the classic Ohio power pop sound. The Bears (band) aka '''Psychodots''' aka


great black

: The Great Black Migration and How It Changed America.'' New York: Vintage Books. ISBN 0-679-73347-7. * Linkon, Sherry Lee; Russo, John (2002). ''Steeltown U.S.A.: Work & Memory in Youngstown''. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas. ISBN 0-7006-1161-4. * Warner, Jack L. (1964). ''My First Hundred Years in Hollywood''. New York: Random House. External links After graduating from Youngstown's East High School (East High School (Youngstown, Ohio)), Battisti served as an army combat engineer in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was later commissioned as an officer in military intelligence. Upon his return from Europe, he studied law at Ohio State University and Harvard Law School. He was born in the village of Brier Hill, now part of Youngstown, Ohio, an industrial town located near the Pennsylvania border. Beede was born in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, a steel-manufacturing center located near the Pennsylvania border. He attended the city's South High School, where he was class president and played football. In his senior year, Beede received a football scholarship to Newberry College, in South Carolina. He later transferred to Pittsburgh's Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University), where he studied structural engineering and played football. Early years Dove was born in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, a steel-production center located near the Pennsylvania border. Dove was a three-year starter at the city's South High School from 1936–38; and he was selected as an all-city player by the ''Youngstown Vindicator'' (the local daily paper) in his final year.


time show

fairly well, and in Zanesville (Zanesville, Ohio), which is approximately sixty miles outside of Columbus and is home to only one station, NBC affiliate WHIZ-TV, which competes with Columbus' NBC station WCMH-TV. In September 2004, Bosley became co-host of a morning drive time show on WYFM in Youngstown (Youngstown, Ohio). Bosley is now a reporter for WOIO-TV in Cleveland, Ohio. Out-of-market coverage Over the air, WJW-TV can be easily


large high

date December 5, 1999 Building on tradition One of the city's most recent sports-related attractions is the Covelli Centre, which was funded primarily through a $26 million federal grant. Located on the site of an abandoned steel mill, the large, high-tech facility opened in October 2005. It was formerly called the Chevrolet Center, and during planning it was known as the Youngstown Convocation Center.


large coverage

by Cumulus Broadcasting with studios and transmitter at "The Radio Center" in Youngstown. The station has a surprisingly large coverage area and can be picked up fairly well even in Akron (Akron, Ohio). image 150px Y-103 (Image:WQXK logo.png) area Youngstown (Youngstown, Ohio), Ohio city Salem, Ohio '''WQXK''' (105.1 FM (FM broadcasting), "K-105") is a commercial radio station in Youngstown, Ohio, USA, serving the Mahoning Valley market broadcasting at 105.1 MHz (Megahertz) with a country music format. After graduating from Youngstown's East High School (East High School (Youngstown, Ohio)), Battisti served as an army combat engineer in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was later commissioned as an officer in military intelligence. Upon his return from Europe, he studied law at Ohio State University and Harvard Law School. He was born in the village of Brier Hill, now part of Youngstown, Ohio, an industrial town located near the Pennsylvania border. Beede was born in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, a steel-manufacturing center located near the Pennsylvania border. He attended the city's South High School, where he was class president and played football. In his senior year, Beede received a football scholarship to Newberry College, in South Carolina. He later transferred to Pittsburgh's Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University), where he studied structural engineering and played football. Early years Dove was born in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, a steel-production center located near the Pennsylvania border. Dove was a three-year starter at the city's South High School from 1936–38; and he was selected as an all-city player by the ''Youngstown Vindicator'' (the local daily paper) in his final year.


music genre

Alan Freed landed his first broadcasting job at WKST, before moving on to nearby WKBN (WKBN (AM)) Youngstown (Youngstown, Ohio), Ohio, followed by WAKR Akron (Akron, Ohio), and then WJW (WKNR) Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio) — the station where Freed is credited with first using and popularizing the term "rock and roll" to describe the music genre. By the 1970s WKST was owned by Faye and Herb Scott, formerly based in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, and held in the name of Great Scott Broadcasting. Great Scott purchased FM station WFEM in Ellwood City (Ellwood City, Pennsylvania), and it became WKST-FM on January 1, 1988. In the late 1990s, after the death of the Scotts, Great Scott decided to concentrate on its radio holdings in Delaware, and it sold WKST and WKST-FM to Jacor for $2.5 million dollars in December 1998. '''WLOA''' (1470 AM (AM broadcasting)) is a radio station licensed to Farrell, Pennsylvania. It serves the Sharon, Pennsylvania and Youngstown, Ohio areas. Though licensed to Farrell, WLOA transmits from a facility on South State Line Road in Masury, Ohio. The Farrell city limit is across South State Line Road in Pennsylvania. url http: www.americanradiohistory.com Archive-BC-YB-IDX 60s-OCR-YB 1961-YB 1961-62-BC-YB-for-OCR-Page-0293.pdf accessdate July 25, 2011 The station was founded by Sanford A. Schafitz, a native of the Youngstown (Youngstown, Ohio) area, doing business as Farrell-Sharon Broadcasting Company. Schafitz also started up WWIZ (WDLW) in Lorain, Ohio. He was involved in the launching of WXTV-TV (WYTV) in Youngstown in 1955. After graduating from Youngstown's East High School (East High School (Youngstown, Ohio)), Battisti served as an army combat engineer in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was later commissioned as an officer in military intelligence. Upon his return from Europe, he studied law at Ohio State University and Harvard Law School. He was born in the village of Brier Hill, now part of Youngstown, Ohio, an industrial town located near the Pennsylvania border. Beede was born in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, a steel-manufacturing center located near the Pennsylvania border. He attended the city's South High School, where he was class president and played football. In his senior year, Beede received a football scholarship to Newberry College, in South Carolina. He later transferred to Pittsburgh's Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University), where he studied structural engineering and played football. Early years Dove was born in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, a steel-production center located near the Pennsylvania border. Dove was a three-year starter at the city's South High School from 1936–38; and he was selected as an all-city player by the ''Youngstown Vindicator'' (the local daily paper) in his final year.


association based

for the medical university was begun by Leonard Caccamo, who became its first chairman of the Board of Trustees. As medical director of St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown, Ohio, he began the initial planning. He was assisted by Harry Meshel, then majority leader of the Ohio Senate. With the assistance of Lyle Williams, congressman for the Ohio 17th district a feasibility study was begun in concert with Dr. William Bunn at Youngstown Hospital Association. Based on that initial study a three-city consortium of Akron (Akron, Ohio), Canton (Canton, Ohio) and Youngstown (Youngstown, Ohio) was developed and then in 2008 Cleveland was added. AJ Giannini. Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine. Ohio Psychiatric Association Newsletter. 7(3):2-3, 1981. The school was established by the Ohio state legislature in 1973 with classes beginning in 1975. The first class, which would graduate in 1981, included 42 students in a combined B.S. M.D. program. The school became fully accredited in 1981. After graduating from Youngstown's East High School (East High School (Youngstown, Ohio)), Battisti served as an army combat engineer in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was later commissioned as an officer in military intelligence. Upon his return from Europe, he studied law at Ohio State University and Harvard Law School. He was born in the village of Brier Hill, now part of Youngstown, Ohio, an industrial town located near the Pennsylvania border. Beede was born in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, a steel-manufacturing center located near the Pennsylvania border. He attended the city's South High School, where he was class president and played football. In his senior year, Beede received a football scholarship to Newberry College, in South Carolina. He later transferred to Pittsburgh's Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University), where he studied structural engineering and played football. Early years Dove was born in Youngstown, Ohio, United States, a steel-production center located near the Pennsylvania border. Dove was a three-year starter at the city's South High School from 1936–38; and he was selected as an all-city player by the ''Youngstown Vindicator'' (the local daily paper) in his final year.


sports reporting

and Cleveland Cavaliers games and did sports reporting for WKYC-TV. Joe Castiglione: Red Sox Radio Broadcaster for 21 years at italiausa.com, URL accessed August 20, 2009 He also called a handful of Milwaukee Brewers games for pay-cable channel SelecTV (SelecTV (US TV channel)) in . Castiglione claims to have been a New York Yankees fan as a kid. He said

Youngstown, Ohio

'''Youngstown''' is a city in the state (U.S. state) of Ohio and the county seat of Mahoning County (Mahoning County, Ohio) . west of the Pennsylvania state line, midway between New York City and Chicago via Interstate 80.

The city was named for John Young (John Young (pioneer)), an early settler from Whitestown, New York, who established the community's first sawmill and gristmill. url http: www.ysu.edu mahoning_river youngstown.htm title Communities along the Mahoning River publisher Youngstown State University accessdate 2007-02-26 Youngstown is in a region of the United States that is often referred to as the Rust Belt. Traditionally known as a center of steel production, Youngstown was forced to redefine itself when the U.S. steel industry fell into decline in the 1970s, leaving communities throughout the region without major industry. Bruno (1999), p. 10. Youngstown also falls within the Appalachian Ohio region, among the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The 2010 census (United States Census 2010) showed that Youngstown had a total population of 66,982, making it Ohio's ninth largest city. The city has experienced a decline of over 60% of its population since 1960.

According to the 2010 Census (2010 United States Census), the ''Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, OH-PA Metropolitan Statistical Area (Youngstown–Warren–Boardman metropolitan statistical area)'' (MSA) contains 565,773 people and includes Mahoning and Trumbull counties in Ohio, and Mercer County (Mercer County, Pennsylvania) in Pennsylvania. The Steel Valley (Steel Valley (Ohio-Pennsylvania)) area as a whole has 763,207 residents.

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