Thirty seniors were selected by their schools for leadership qualities, academic excellence and creativity.
The 31-year tradition includes chili eating and golf putting contests.
Pieces from New York, Washington D.C., Dominica and Haiti were on display and up for bid.
Lori Tichenor’s “Warming Warren” events have become so popular, that she’s even received donations from Japan.
The money raised will help underprivileged youth and families, schools, non-profit agencies, the Special Olympics and people with special ne…
Adaptive Sports Program of Ohio says the games are a great opportunity for participants to exercise and compete.
The event at Zion Lutheran will benefit a charity that provides livestock, water and resources to families around the world.
Tanner Noble’s recent diagnosis left the family with several medical bills, but the community has been there to help.
The “Vision of Potential” exhibit displayed photos depicting the history of the Mahoning Valley’s industrial sites.
Those who attended could enjoy samples of several different types of Ohio wine, and purchase their favorites.
The weather felt less like winter and more like spring for the four mile run and two mile walk.
The so-called “walk-up weddings” are held at Trinity United Methodist Church each year.
Dr. Richard Konzen played a free concert to promote an upcoming July 2017 organist convention.
The Congressman will attend the Mindfulness Family Day event at Choffin Career & Technical Center.
The public was invited to the holiday meal at Post 3332.
Tanner Noble, 15, was diagnosed with thyroid cancer last year.
Dog sledding, carriage rides and a chili cook-off completed the event’s entertainment at Buhl Park.
Referred to as a Love Letter to the City of Youngstown, the night of concerts included music from Youngstown natives.
Men, women and youth are judged on strength, athletics and mental durability.
Troop 25 scouts gathered with their families at Canfield United Methodist Church for breakfast and a service.
Kids were able to ride dinosaur replicas and participate in scavenger hunts, a dino dig and dino theater.
About 300 people attended, including First News anchor Stan Boney, who was the Master of Ceremonies.