As students celebrate Black History Month, those in Youngstown could have a course in that subject that runs all year.
The boxes are available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. as part of this Saturday’s National Drug Take Back Day.
The law protects the LGBTQ community from bullying and discrimination in employment, housing, and lending.
Kuzman’s polka lounge may not reopen following its owners’ deaths.
Robinson’s coaching career ended with 408 wins and a spot in the College Football Hall of Fame.
Georgetown has produced a United States President, two Supreme Court justices, more than 20 Rhodes scholars.
Today, the river sustains jobs for more than 580,000 people.
More than 200 years ago, hundreds of men, women, and children called the Whitney Plantation in Wallace, Louisiana home.
Born in 1856 in Columbus, Georgia, Thomas Wiggins was a slave, born blind with mental challenges.
How one man wrote his way through history.
Most people don’t know that the household name of Rosa Parks could have been replaced with Claudette Colvin or Mary Louise Smith.
More than a thousand trash collectors walked out in February 1968.
Now, it’s easy to see and hear, Beale Street is where the world is welcomed to the south.
Barbecue has been breaking down racial barriers for years in a little town called Marianna, Arkansas.
The Hope Foundation and WKBN 27 seek nominations for the H.O.P.E. award.
In the near future, the park plans to develop a mobile app and introduce exciting new activities for families and children.
The state’s first and only 3D sand printer is located at Humtown Products in Leetonia.
The club is asking for private donations to add more space and update the aging heating and air system.
Community members went to the meeting looking for answers and hope amid a growing heroin epidemic.
Zeus McClurkin helped the Red Cross install free smoke detectors at homes in the city.
All winners were recognized at a scholarship banquet on March 24.
Youngstown State has a slew of activities planned leading up to the big game on Jan. 7.