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.
East Side Crime Watch put on a Feast of Salads at Wick Park. Clarence Boles was the guest speaker.
The Underground Railroad played a big part in getting slaves to freedom in the 1800s, it even had a few stops right here in the Valley.
The former pastor of New Bethel Church in Youngstown marched with Martin Luther King in the ’60s.
“Moses Fleetwood Walker Day” would recognize the historic career of the Ohio native.
As students celebrate Black History Month, those in Youngstown could have a course in that subject that runs all year.
Robinson’s coaching career ended with 408 wins and a spot in the College Football Hall of Fame.
Georgetown has produced a United States President, two Supreme Court justices, more than 20 Rhodes scholars.
Today, the river sustains jobs for more than 580,000 people.
More than 200 years ago, hundreds of men, women, and children called the Whitney Plantation in Wallace, Louisiana home.
Born in 1856 in Columbus, Georgia, Thomas Wiggins was a slave, born blind with mental challenges.
How one man wrote his way through history.
Most people don’t know that the household name of Rosa Parks could have been replaced with Claudette Colvin or Mary Louise Smith.
More than a thousand trash collectors walked out in February 1968.
Now, it’s easy to see and hear, Beale Street is where the world is welcomed to the south.
Barbecue has been breaking down racial barriers for years in a little town called Marianna, Arkansas.