The club is asking for private donations to add more space and update the aging heating and air system.
Community members went to the meeting looking for answers and hope amid a growing heroin epidemic.
Zeus McClurkin helped the Red Cross install free smoke detectors at homes in the city.
All winners will be recognized at a scholarship banquet at the beginning of March.
Youngstown State has a slew of activities planned leading up to the big game on Jan. 7.
Students will learn how to plant fruits and vegetables, providing fresh produce to the community in the process.
Janis Pridemore has a unique concept to get kids thinking critically outside of a normal classroom environment.
For her efforts, Hempfield Elementary School teacher Danielle Sepos is a $500 Creative Classroom Winner.
For her efforts, Champion Middle School teacher Jessica Hrubik is a $500 Creative Classroom Winner.
John Hickey said it took about seven hours to remove the red devil from the old gym floor.
Volunteers fixed up a home for the Crowder family just in time for the holidays.
The only thing on 6-year-old Evan’s list? For Santa to bring his dad, SSgt. Billy Davis, home for Christmas.
Youngstown will host the only First Night event in the Valley this year, and is hoping to attract more people to the party.
These U.S. service members wanted to send a virtual holiday greeting to their families back home.
Students no longer have to rely on public transportation and will now be able to travel farther.
Megan Stevens is still about 400 toys short of her goal to bring holiday cheer to kids in the hospital.
You can help the Rescue Mission move into a new building and keep people out of the cold.
Each woman has a different story to tell in the book, “Phenomenal Women: Twelve Youngstown Stories.”
The pavilion hasn’t seen any major repairs in 35 years, Youngstown CityScape says.
As part of the agency’s Red Kettle Campaign, WKBN will be at the Southern Park Mall collecting donations through 6 p.m.