Wow, this has me shivering. A wonderful shot of Lake Cohasset with a fresh coating of snowfall. Being in a setting like this takes your worries away.
The second most beautiful green spot in Youngstown.
How amazing. I remember going into this building, only it was on Chicago's North Side in the Edgewater neighborhood.
Squirrels, Squirrels everywhere in Wick Park on Youngstown's North Side.
The new Newport Library adds life back to this area, where there are 4 fast food resturants, 3 banks, apartment complex, and small stores.
Youngstown's Main Post Office. This is a friendly and wonderfully run post office. You will always leave with a smile.
View of the Youngstown Board of Educaiton building, formerly "The Rayen School" The first Youngstown High School.
The completed Chrvrolet Center. For events check out their web site. http://www.chevroletcentre.com/
Photo from atop of the city parking deck, looking down upon Boardman Street. This is the only area of Youngstown that gives me the impression of being in a City.
Most if not all of the taller buildings in downtown Youngstown are owned by outside entities who bought up most of the properties as an investment in the resurrection of Youngstown, which may take some time to come.