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…
Mill Creek Park is one of the best places to capture autumn’s hues.
Plans include updating the electrical system, gutter and window repairs and making the building handicap accessible.
A list of holiday events from around the Valley.
The space would become a park-like setting complete with a stage, digital screen and fountain.
Anyone in the community can attend the “Let’s Talk” meetings, which will take place at several of the district’s school buildings.
WKBN 27’s Caring for Our Community campaign wants you and your students to succeed.
Presented by The Hartford Optimist Club.
Bresha Meadows, 15, is charged in the July shooting death of her father.
Jim and Toni Amey have traveled across the country, collecting pieces of the old Idora Park to bring them back together.
Stan rappelled down the 18-story Metropolitan Building in downtown Youngstown as part of a fundraising event for the Beatitude House.
Willard K-8 school is participating in the John F. Kennedy Center program Any Given Child, which helps communities expand arts education in …
This year’s topics included drug addiction, sexual assault, sexting and eating disorders.
Vincent Patierno, 15, authored “The Day to Day Revelation,” a book that discusses issues in society and how to treat people better.
Halloween and fall activities in Mahoning, Trumbull, Columbiana and Mercer counties.