The New Castle Community YMCA is putting on free self-defense classes for those wishing to take advantage of the nicer weather.
The main purpose of the event is to lend a helping hand to those who have a loved one dealing with addiction.
The WKBN 27 Caring for our Community campaign recognized six high school students on Friday.
The school, which serves students with autism, will now have room for 50 more children.
Some parents are worried the administration doesn’t really want their input and community meetings are just for show.
The funds can help bring new dementia programs and resources to communities in need.
A local non-profit group in Warren is trying to bring awareness to the need for food in the community.
Two spinning start times at the YMCA of Youngstown start at 7:30 a.m. and 8:45 a.m.
It’s been cold and snowy enough lately that visitors to Mill Creek have been able to see the park in its winter glory.
This year, area Catholics can add some corned beef to their diet on one of the Fridays during Lent.
Find public Easter egg events in your neighborhood.
Another project to spruce up the basketball and tennis courts is also in the works.
The Google-led program educates students about what they can do to stay safe and secure online.
Someone stole military medals from the Columbiana County Vietnam veteran in December.
The goal of the Swim Safe 500 program at the Jewish Community Center of Youngstown is to help reduce the number of swimming accidents.
Different cultures were on display at the YWCA of Youngstown with a fashion show, food, and music.
The races will start at 1861 McCollum Road in Youngstown.
The technology Joy Mistovich has imagined would allow blind people to touch their way through an art museum.
View a list of local fish fries in the area or submit your own.
Adam Barta, who started bowling at the age of 5, lives for the sport.
WKBN 27 First News reporter Cameron O’Brien and anchor Mandy Noell hosted a special presentation Saturday night that aired on Fox Youngstown…
The McGuffey Centre in Youngstown was first established as a house in 1940 by Mrs. Charles Welcher.