This is the sixth year the departments have hosted the “Fill a Cruiser” food drive.
Firefighters from Canfield, Austintown, Liberty, Struthers, Boardman, Warren and Girard all participated in the Koins for Kids campaign.
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.
The police report says the child “took a bite out of a candy bar and discovered the razor inside.”
For Halloween, Regan wanted to be Cinderella, so her parents transformed her wheelchair into a carriage.
This little cowboy dropped by to wish everyone a Happy Halloween!
This Halloween tradition gives teachers a chance to “haunt” their students.
The show tells the story of three Disney favorites: “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Beauty and the Beast,” and “Cinderella.”
The CDC says only one or two women out of every 100 women who are 40 will get breast cancer by the age of 50. Lisa was one of them.
Mrs. Dance’s class split into teams and created their own Halloween-themed confections.
The wig program offers women free wigs and connects them with stylists.
Halloween is this weekend, and that means it’s time for trick-or-treating and lots of candy.
While this holiday is meant for kids to have a good time, making sure they are safe has to come first.
Bulldog Custom Tattooing raises cancer awareness with ribbon tattoos in every color.
The 10k race and two mile walk attracts people from all over the country.
Niles and Warren anticipate the holiday with community parades.
The annual cheer and dance exhibition raises money for breast cancer awareness, research, and education.
Midlothian Boulevard looked a little different, with outdoor cafes, art galleries and some fresh landscaping.
Victory Christian Center acknowledged and prayed over area safety forces.
Columbiana students with special needs put on a version of Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid’ at Main Street Theatre.
Every year people dress up as zombies and dance to the Michael Jackson hit.