The three-day event is a one-stop-shop for local veterans to get the services they’re qualified for.
“Kritti’s Closet” aims to provide students in need with free clothes, hygiene items and food.
Gina Caracci is heading to Washington D.C. for the Avon 39, a two-day race to raise funding for breast cancer research.
The event featured a “1 Mile Matters” walk where people could carry the shoes of someone with autism to symbolically walk with them in their…
Habitat for Humanity built a brand new house in just two days for one of its own volunteers. The process usually takes 90 days.
By Saturday afternoon, volunteers had the whole structure in place and windows installed.
Endure for the Cure features several challenging obstacles, such as the stadium stairs and tire flips.
Barry Manilow’s farewell tour, Federal Frenzy and the first Youngstown Flea all drew large crowds downtown on Saturday.
Current and past volunteers visited with staff members, toured the building, and enjoyed a short program.
The Federal Frenzy is not just about concerts and entertainment. It also introduces students to possible careers in Youngstown.
Boardman, Columbiana, Canfield, Springfield, Struthers and Hubbard schools were all recognized.
Rick Blair of Boardman and Jenn Polkovitch of Canfield are just two of 18 runners from the Mahoning and Shenango Valleys.
The disadvantaged kids selected for participation will be paid $8.50 an hour and work 30 hours per week this summer.
The Youngstown Food Forest’s produce is free to the public.
The organizer of the Liberty Township Community Litter Clean-up hopes to inspire children to start their own clean-ups.
The glow-in-the-dark race aims to “shine a light” on sexual violence.
Maureen McGovern, a Youngstown native singer and Broadway actress, headlined the event celebrating the area’s talented women.
The splash pad has been two years in the making and is expected to open by Memorial Day.
Weather, such as lightning and high winds, can create curveballs for animal caregivers.
The pool at Waddell Park closed in 2014 because the city couldn’t afford to pay the lifeguards.