Barry Manilow’s farewell tour, Federal Frenzy and the first Youngstown Flea all drew large crowds downtown on Saturday.
Current and past volunteers visited with staff members, toured the building, and enjoyed a short program.
The Federal Frenzy is not just about concerts and entertainment. It also introduces students to possible careers in Youngstown.
The organizer of the Liberty Township Community Litter Clean-up hopes to inspire children to start their own clean-ups.
The glow-in-the-dark race aims to “shine a light” on sexual violence.
Maureen McGovern, a Youngstown native singer and Broadway actress, headlined the event celebrating the area’s talented women.
Several former and current Steelers players joined the officials on Ursuline High School’s basketball court.
The Youngstown Connection choir hosted a spaghetti dinner fundraiser to help pay for their trip.
The event featured traditional barn animals and some “exotic” animals including kangaroos, camels and alpacas
The Ruritan Club in Columbiana held a recognition dinner for Ashley Orr, who will be studying at Oxford University in a few months.
About 100 people attended Cancer Survivor Day at the Southern Park Mall.
The procession traveled from St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church to the pavilion at Courthouse Square Park.
A portion of the ticket sales went to the Newhard Family Trust. Sergeant Brian Newhard died from ALS last year.
The community gathered for the 1st annual Nick DeSarro Powerlifting Meet to raise money for a scholarship fund in his name.
Participants took tests to determine their safety knowledge and received safety supplies at the Eastwood Mall.
The team competed against the Youngstown Boom, a team of players with disabilities.
Local businesses attended looking for new employees to fill both part time and full time positions.
Hurlbert’s Hardware held its 35th annual “Peep Show” the day before Easter.
The organizers look forward to the egg hunt each year as a way to connect with the community during the Easter season.
People interacted with various animals on display, from chicks and ducks to rabbits.
The teams of 4th-6th graders in the co-ed sports program are mentored by coaches who undergo character development training.
The event raises money for the Humane Society and is an opportunity to give back to the animals.