A reunion will be held at the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor for the people who once worked at Ohio Works.
A breakfast was held for all who came and children got the chance to meet the Easter Bunny.
The chapel in the Austintown park is temporarily closed to repair the damage.
The goal of the event is for neighbors in the community to come together for a day of fun.
The idea behind Saturday’s event is to raise awareness about community resources available in the Valley for moms-to-be.
Heidi Daniel’s new position is to the library world what managing the Yankees is to the world of Major League Baseball.
It was a Youngstown group’s efforts — selling $76,000 worth of cookbooks — that helped get it done.
Eight teachers from Alta Head Start will be getting $500 gift cards to help them pay for resources for their students.
At No Limits Alternative Center, adults on the autism spectrum have the chance to work in the community and come together as a team.
Gamers showed off what they could create in under 48 hours this weekend at YSU’s McDonough Museum of Art.
The event runs from 4-6 p.m. at the Eastwood Mall in Niles.
While the open house was going on, a teenage boy from Champion decided to help out with projects inside the house.
One of the center’s board members, Danielle Wilson, said she hopes the event will bring people who are struggling together to enjoy a night …
The fields will be ready to use in Beaver Local’s varsity home opener against Indian Creek on Monday.
The play is designed to bring two communities together, the hearing and the deaf.
This Tuesday and Thursday, people can discuss their opinions about what the future of Youngstown City Schools should look like.
The New Castle Community YMCA is putting on free self-defense classes for those wishing to take advantage of the nicer weather.
The main purpose of the event is to lend a helping hand to those who have a loved one dealing with addiction.
The WKBN 27 Caring for our Community campaign recognized six high school students on Friday.
The school, which serves students with autism, will now have room for 50 more children.
Some parents are worried the administration doesn’t really want their input and community meetings are just for show.
The funds can help bring new dementia programs and resources to communities in need.