Howland Intermediate students created and delivered cards to residents at Washington Square Healthcare Center, a VA hospital in Trumbull Cou…
Nearly 200 students attended the lunch that was paid for by elected officials and the school board.
Jonsie Duke discovered her dog, shot and killed, after her home was broken into last month.
Elliott Heckman, 16, spent two months fixing up 39 old bikes so children in need would have them for Christmas.
The organization for adults living with disabilities moved into its new space to better serve its participants and the community.
Legacy Dog Rescue handed out 6,000 pounds of pet food on Saturday.
The organization exceeded its goal, and was able to provide 3,000 children in need with toys for Christmas.
Steffen Baldwin and his 8-year-old son, Evan, work to educate others about animal abuse and prevent it from happening.
Congressman Ryan says colleges and the state need to take action to lower costs for students.
The event at the Lake Club in Poland raises funds for the Beatitude House in Youngstown.
The light will be available for public viewing at Bethel Lutheran Church.
American Family Insurance held a toy drive for children with parents in the Army.
Dozens of children received a free identification card and information booklet to help keep them safe in an emergency.
Cameron Pierson, 15, performed her song, “Stuck on You,” in Salem Saturday night.
The group “Holiday Helping Hands” distributed items to those in need on Saturday.
The Riverside Railroad Club’s Christmas open house can be viewed Sunday as well.
Families in need received hot breakfast, Christmas toys and pictures with Santa.
A Secret Santa donated $1,000 so ten children could go on a shopping spree with the Springfield Township Police Department.
Former workers of the Campbell Seamless Hot Mill met for their 30th reunion on Friday.
Its mission is to provide hope, opportunity, education and empowerment for folks living in the low-to-moderate income range.
The city’s litter control and recycling office held a luncheon on Friday to honor the winners.
Students at the Potential Development High School for Autism in Youngstown were able to do their Christmas shopping for free.