Educators – enter to win $500 for your classroom with the Creative Classroom program!
That, and other crime reported in Canfield.
The Hope Foundation of the Mahoning Valley is asking the community for nominations for the H.O.P.E. Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Today, volunteers from WKBN and Braking Point Recovery Center worked hard to build a house with Habitat for Humanity.
WKBN will have another Identi-kit this Thursday from noon to 5 p.m. at the Window World tent at the Canfield Fair.
Braking Point Recovery Center helps Katie Sokol battle Cystic Fibrosis with benefit dinner
WKBN employees worked with several organizations in the Valley throughout the day, including YNDC and the American Red Cross.
More than 20 volunteers from several organizations teamed up Friday morning for WKBN’s Caring for Our Community campaign.
Alec Cole, a senior at the Trumbull Career and Technical Center, was winner! He wrote his Public Service Announcement for the Animal Welfare…
Mackenzie Opritza, a junior at Lowellville High School, was our 1st Runner-Up. She wrote her Public Service Announcement for Help Hotline.
Izabella Lileas, a senior at the Trumbull Career and Technical Center, was our 2nd Runner-Up. She wrote her Public Service Announcement for …
Mary Wack, a junior at Hubbard High School, was our 3rd Runner-Up. She wrote her Public Service Announcement for the Alzheimer’s Association…
Santino Diaz-Palma, a junior at Struthers High School, was our 4th Runner-Up. He wrote his Public Service Announcement for Lifebanc.
Mia Salvato, a senior at the Trumbull Career and Technical Center, was our 5th Runner-Up. She wrote her Public Service Announcement for the …
The WKBN 27 Caring for our Community campaign recognized six high school students on Friday.
The Hope Foundation and WKBN 27 seek nominations for the H.O.P.E. award.
All winners were recognized at a scholarship banquet on March 24.
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.
As part of the agency’s Red Kettle Campaign, WKBN will be at the Southern Park Mall collecting donations through 6 p.m.