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!
See all the 2015 Relay For Life dates and locations to help fight cancer
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
Anika Dever is a junior at the Trumbull Career and Technical Center
Aislinn Rubinic is a senior at Ursuline High School
Connor Gilleland is a senior at Kennedy Catholic High School
This year’s winner was Emilee Taylor from Kennedy Catholic High School in Hermitage.
2015 CFOC Scholarship Contest Banquet held on March 13, 2015.
Jima Jenkins wants the students in the primary grades at Heartland Christian to be able to learn the keyboard.
For more information, contact the African Studies Program at YSU (330) 941-3097.
You could win a $1500 college scholarship from WKBN.
Britany Chakos plans to use the money to purchase tablets and improve her classroom’s reading nook.
Jessica Irwin plans to use her Creative Classroom grant to bring a motivational speaker to the school to talk to the students about bullying…
Sara Newton is a learning support and autistic support teacher for kindergarten and 1st grade at Highland Primary Center in Grove City.
A Niles teacher has turned her classroom into a calming oasis.
Employees from WKBN and Dallas W. Hartman Attorneys at Law lend a helping hand to Habitat for Humanity