These U.S. service members wanted to send a virtual holiday greeting to their families back home.
Students no longer have to rely on public transportation and will now be able to travel farther.
Megan Stevens is still about 400 toys short of her goal to bring holiday cheer to kids in the hospital.
You can help the Rescue Mission move into a new building and keep people out of the cold.
Each woman has a different story to tell in the book, “Phenomenal Women: Twelve Youngstown Stories.”
The pavilion hasn’t seen any major repairs in 35 years, Youngstown CityScape says.
As part of the agency’s Red Kettle Campaign, WKBN will be at the Southern Park Mall collecting donations through 6 p.m.
The CenteringPregnancy program brings women in the same stage of pregnancy together for care, education and social support.
United Way’s Imagination Library and Reading Buddy program gives free books to children and promotes literacy.
United Way’s Success After 6 program provides kids with opportunities like field trips and academic games.
Santa’s Winter Barn showcased a variety of animals, including reindeer.
The WKBN 27 Caring for Our Community campaign spent Saturday morning volunteering at the Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley.
The event is at the Arms Family Museum at 648 Wick Avenue in Youngstown.
First News Anchors Dan Martin, Lauren Wood and weekend Anchor Julie Bercik read to kids at Market Street Elementary School.
Organizers at First Presbyterian Church of Youngstown start preparing early to make sure everyone has a seat and a hot meal.
The South Avenue Area Neighborhood Development Initiative works to clean up the corridor, but now it wants to bring businesses to the area.
The special parking spaces are painted purple for Purple Heart veterans wounded in combat.
Volunteers from WKBN helped rehab a home on Lake Road in Austintown for the Elliott family.
WKBN 27 First News Anchor Erika Thomas bids a heartfelt goodbye to the Valley.
Natalie Lynn is tutoring math to 12-year-old Emily Orlaski, who was diagnosed with kidney cancer two years ago.
The sixth through twelfth graders will perform “New York, New York” with season six winner Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr.
The campaign kicked off Wednesday during a special town hall discussion, “27 Investigates: Heroin Crisis – National Problem, Local Solutions…