Seventy-nine shoes lined Elm Street for the “Steps of Change” walk in memory of loved ones.
The SMARTS program currently serves more than 360 kindergarten through 12th grade students.
All 21 models built in the plant since 1966 were on display Saturday.
The plant will open to the public on Friday and Saturday for an open house and a car show.
Event coordinators said this is one of the smaller fundraisers they organize, but it’s the most fun.
When the crop is harvested in the fall, organizers plan to donate some of the food to a food bank in Youngstown.
The children’s museum celebrated its 5th birthday with special sales and fun exhibits.
The exhibit takes a look at car culture in the Mahoning Valley.
About 200 people were there early on in the night on Friday.
Over 300 students, parents and chaperones from 30 different schools filled the Assumption Social Center in Youngstown.
The top award this year went to local McDonald’s owner Herb Washington and the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
The Relay for Life at Courthouse Square is one of the largest in Ohio.
Organizers also gave their opinion on North Carolina’s new controversial bathroom bill.
The event is likely the single-largest local fundraiser to benefit the Easter Seals campaign in the Valley.
Among the models and emcees, several WKBN personalities escorted some of the children who are helped by the local Easter Seals program.
First News anchor Stan Boney and Bianca Severino have walked in the show together for 22 years.
Taylor Horn, of Cortland, will be getting help to pay for her college education along with 14 other students who received $2,000.
Organizers say Dave and Ed’s Super Auto Event keeps getting bigger each year and people always come back for more.
About 500 families showed up to support the March of Dimes, an organization that works to improve babies’ health.
The event featured a “1 Mile Matters” walk where people could carry the shoes of someone with autism to symbolically walk with them in their…
Endure for the Cure features several challenging obstacles, such as the stadium stairs and tire flips.
Barry Manilow’s farewell tour, Federal Frenzy and the first Youngstown Flea all drew large crowds downtown on Saturday.