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The amount of support the Youngstown area has shown to victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas can only be described as “overwhelming.”
There are ways you can get involved to help animal victims of Hurricane Harvey, too.
Health professionals anticipate an increase in blood transfusions but say many blood drives and donation centers in the Houston area are shu…
Allegiant Air’s decision to leave the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport has forced families to refigure their travel plans.
The three-time Grammy Award winners played to a historic crowd of nearly 17,000 people.
People say Colla’s in Austintown is one of the luckiest places to buy tickets.
So far, there are 15,000 tickets sold for the Zac Brown Band concert on Thursday and about 1,500 still available.
“When somebody attempts to assassinate you, it’s personal,” said Mahoning County Prosecutor Paul Gains.
Joe Scarvell has been acting and directing since 1958. His friend Lynn Rafferty started just four years later.
According to Mohip, there were less in-school and out-of-school suspensions, and preschool enrollment increased by 30 percent.
The annual event offers music, contests, games and time to catch up with neighbors and friends, all while helping out local businesses.
Veterans have purchased Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation homes before but this will be the first one remodeled with a veteran…
National Women Build encourages women to get out and work with their hands.
Baseline testing following a concussion isn’t always definitive when it comes to brain injury.
This is a test students need to take now, while they are perfectly healthy.
Every Thursday, WKBN 27 First News will be talking with local contestant and Youngstown police officer Jessie Shields.
The app matches volunteers with their interests – much like a dating app.
Yellow Brick Place is expanding services and getting ready for their April fashion show.
She admits that at 6’2″ tall, she can be a little intimidating, especially since she is taller than most of the men at the Youngstown Police…
Project 180 started just a few months ago, but they are moving forward fast.
Renovations have the tendency to turn up unexpected costs, but building new comes with its own set of challenges.