Emilee Taylor is from Kennedy Catholic High School.
1st Runner Up: Jasmine Graham Trumbull Career and Technical Center SCRIPT: Video: Scene fades in, different faces will show up on the screen…
2nd Runner Up: Emily Partika Lowellville High School SCRIPT: Narrator: For 46 years, the Boys and Girls Club of Youngstown has been positive…
3rd Runner Up: Anika Dever Trumbull Career and Technical Center SCRIPT: Scene 1 – (music fades in) (Fades in from black, to a snowy outdoor …
4th Runner Up: Aislinn Rubinic Ursuline High School SCRIPT: Rescue me! Those two words can mean the difference between life or death. Whethe…
5th Runner Up: Connor Gilleland Kenned Catholic High School SCRIPT: Did you know that over 16 million children in America are malnourished? …
WKBN has collected dates for easter events around the Valley.
This year’s winner was Emilee Taylor from Kennedy Catholic High School in Hermitage.
2015 CFOC Scholarship Contest Banquet held on March 13, 2015.
After 65 million years they’ve returned! Dinosaurs come alive.
Jima Jenkins wants the students in the primary grades at Heartland Christian to be able to learn the keyboard.
The event tees off February 21, 2015.
Lenten dinners the greek way!
For more information, contact the African Studies Program at YSU (330) 941-3097.
February 6th and 7th at the Boardman Performing Arts Center
You could win a $1500 college scholarship from WKBN.
Britany Chakos plans to use the money to purchase tablets and improve her classroom’s reading nook.
Jessica Irwin plans to use her Creative Classroom grant to bring a motivational speaker to the school to talk to the students about bullying…
Sara Newton is a learning support and autistic support teacher for kindergarten and 1st grade at Highland Primary Center in Grove City.
Join the Butler Institute of American Art for a Holiday Open House.