More than 30 businesses participated in the event so customers could experience what they have to offer.
The dinner provided a good opportunity for those all over Trumbull County to gather around the table.
The executive director says there are plans to start renovating the building next year.
Families gathered at Victory Christian Center to support one another and remember their loved ones.
Seventy-two kids from the Mahoning and Shenango Valleys played in the inaugural game on Saturday.
Evan, who suffers from hydrocephalus, had his first surgery at just ten days old.
The Trinity Baptist Church in Warren hosted their third turkey giveaway on Saturday.
Last year, Liberty Township Police Department collected over 1,300 pounds of food, providing 1,135 meals.
A list of holiday events from around the Valley.
Hundreds of people attended the chili cook-off and concert.
Pure Cycle in Canfield was supporting the cause on Sunday by sponsoring the Turn it Purple Ride.
Saturday night’s benefit paid tribute to one of Sergeant Brian Newhard’s passions: music.
Their message, straight to the point, was letting drug addicts know that help is available.
You’ll find dozens of trees with twinkling lights surrounded by animated characters in Santa’s Christmas Land.
Model trains of all shapes and sizes are on display at the Youngstown Model Railroad club.
Organizers say basketball is a great way to bring people together for fellowship.
The Great Pumpkin Drop, hosted by Covenant Presbyterian Church, donated all proceeds to the Community Food Warehouse.
Families came out to celebrate on Sunday.
All of the proceeds go back to the community through different local organizations.
Two women are organizing the Niles Walk Against Heroin to remember those who lost the battle with addiction and those still suffering.
Families came to the Lions Club in Lisbon to pick up their brand new jackets.
Those who joined in on the fun dressed up like zombies and met at O’Donold’s pub.