Volunteers hope the fair will provide fun for kids, and good insight for parents as to what their kids will be learning.
Polish Youngstown celebrates their heritage with an authentic pączek donut and a run to work it off.
Shepherd of the Valley wanted to show people the different assisted living options it has to offer.
The 20th annual White Mass was held at St. Columba Cathedral on Sunday to celebrate those in the healing professions.
Youngstown Soup is a group of community members that help promote and sustain local small businesses and organizations.
The event attracted hundreds, who enjoyed entertainment and the library’s collection of 65,000 items.
The theme this year was “Join the Force,” in honor of Star Wars.
The annual event included a Chinese Auction, two gun raffles and a 50/50 drawing, along with all of the mouthwatering food.
Be the Match organized a drive at YSU to see if volunteers matched bone marrow transplant patients.
The march was just one of several for the Democratic contender, taking place Saturday throughout the country.
Plungers obtained monetary pledges to earn the privilege of jumping into the frigid waters.
Last May, voters in Cortland approved a levy to build the new kindergarten through 8th grade complex.
The event included musical presentations by a combined youth choir from area churches, and readings from sacred writings.
The children range in age from three to eight years old, but they are already fierce competitors.
The MLK Planning Committee and the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation have events planned to remember Martin Luther King Jr.
Twelve local shops served up over 3,500 slices of pizza Saturday night.
The National Packard Museum’s Annual Antique Motorcycle Exhibit kicked off for its 16th year on Saturday.
The Fitch Jazz Alumni Band gathered for its first practice at the middle school to prepare for the “Jazz & Desserts” event.
The Boar’s Head and Yule Log Festival celebrated its 55th year on Sunday.
The owner of Conroy’s Party Shop on South Ave. wanted to do something nice for the community.
A look back on this holiday season, filled with celebration and helping those in need.
The city’s litter control and recycling office held a luncheon on Friday to honor the winners.