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.
The WKBN 27 Caring for Our Community campaign spent Saturday morning volunteering at the Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley.
First News Anchors Dan Martin, Lauren Wood and weekend Anchor Julie Bercik read to kids at Market Street Elementary School.
Volunteers from WKBN helped rehab a home on Lake Road in Austintown for the Elliott family.
WKBN 27’s Caring for Our Community campaign wants you and your students to succeed.
More than 20 people installed insulation and hung drywall at a home on Lake Road in Austintown.
Volunteers from Safelite Auto Glass, Huntington Bank and WKBN insulated walls and hung drywall at a home in Lake Road in Austintown.
Volunteers from Huntington Bank spent Sunday at the Mahoning Valley Scrappers Game creating Kids Identi-kits for dozens of local children.
WKBN 27 First News was at the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley on Wednesday for its Caring Rescue Mission Day.
The WKBN Caring for Our Community campaign – led by volunteers from Dunkin’ Donuts and Window World spent their lunch time serving others at…
The WKBN Caring for Our Community campaign spent the day picking up trash and recyclables with the Green Team
Dunkin’ Donuts announces their fifth annual “Miracles for Munchkins” travel mug design contest in conjunction with Akron Children’s Hospital…
Cardinal Mooney senior Courtney Frommelt was the winner of the WKBN 27 Caring for Our Community Tom Holden Memorial Scholarship contest.
Howland High School senior Amanda Mazyck finished as the 1st Runner Up in the WKBN 27 Caring for Our Community Tom Holden Memorial Scholarsh…
Grove City High School senior Elijah Conger was the 2nd Runner Up in the WKBN 27 Caring for Our Community Tom Holden Memorial Scholarship co…