Alec Cole, a senior at the Trumbull Career and Technical Center, was winner! He wrote his Public Service Announcement for the Animal Welfare…
Mackenzie Opritza, a junior at Lowellville High School, was our 1st Runner-Up. She wrote her Public Service Announcement for Help Hotline.
Izabella Lileas, a senior at the Trumbull Career and Technical Center, was our 2nd Runner-Up. She wrote her Public Service Announcement for …
Mary Wack, a junior at Hubbard High School, was our 3rd Runner-Up. She wrote her Public Service Announcement for the Alzheimer’s Association…
Santino Diaz-Palma, a junior at Struthers High School, was our 4th Runner-Up. He wrote his Public Service Announcement for Lifebanc.
Mia Salvato, a senior at the Trumbull Career and Technical Center, was our 5th Runner-Up. She wrote her Public Service Announcement for the …
The South Range student’s family said a service dog would be able to detect seizures he sometimes has, as well as provide therapy and compan…
All of Giannios’ chocolates and candies were sold at 50 percent off.
A woman in New Middletown takes egg decorating to a whole new level by keeping one Polish tradition alive.
Locally, one in five women is a survivor of sexual assault.
The Facebook video shows Officer Pete Goranitis interacting with and racing them at the Trumbull Homes, one of the areas he’s assigned to pa…
In June, The Cake Boutique competed on Food Network’s Cake Wars.
The Sharon churches re-enacted the historic scene of when Jesus Christ entered Jerusalem.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally told the students that now is the time to start thinking about college, don’t just wait until senior year.
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.