Columbiana High School senior Brynn Pennell was the 5th runner up in the 2016 WKBN Caring for Our Community Tom Holden Memorial Scholarship …
The WKBN 27 Caring for Our Community campaign teams up with the Hope Foundation of the Mahoning Valley to honor deserving individuals and bu…
Miller said her goal is to “make reading fun again,” by purchasing new, exciting teen books that her students will want to read.
Nicole Petro applied for the Creative Classroom grant to obtain art supplies for her Spanish class.
Case Elementary School teacher Diane Romo cheered along with her students when she was named WKBN’s Creative Classroom contest winner.
The first winner of WKBN’s Caring for Our Community – Creative Classroom contest was surprised in his classroom on Tuesday.
Dozens of children received a free identification card and information booklet to help keep them safe in an emergency.
Monday, we’re taking a look at the good work being done through the Ronald McDonald House Charities in the Valley.
Dozens of children came out to the event, and the newest Dunkin’ Donuts in the Valley was happy to host it.
A check for $26,250 was presented to Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley during its annual Miracles and Promises Radiothon
The United Way and Huntington Bank has teamed up to fill a bus with school supplies. They’re being distributed to students in Lawrence, Maho…
The WKBN Caring for Our Community campaign spent the day on the job site with volunteers from Huntington Bank and WKBN.
The Caring campaign lead by Huntington Bank volunteers spent the day helping Habitat for Humanity
Veronica Heck, 22, created the winning design.
The WKBN Caring for Our Community campaign spent the day in Hermitage at Dunkin’ Donuts providing FREE Kids Identi-kits to area children. Vo…
Jackie Slack now works at Google.
Dunkin’ Donuts surprised a Cornersburg couple who stopped in for their morning cup of coffee and went home with a whole lot more!
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Youngstown-area Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants are helping guests spring forward with a “Free Iced Coffee Day.”
Emilee Taylor is from Kennedy Catholic High School.
Jasmine Graham attends Trumbull Career and Technical Center.
Emily Partika is a senior at Lowellville High School