Congratulations to the valedictorians of Youngstown Early College in Youngstown, Ohio.
Take a look at some of this summer’s events throughout Mahoning, Trumbull, Columbiana, Lawrence and Mercer counties.
Police leaders said the annual awards ceremony shines a light on officers who do more than their job description out of a sense of duty.
Many people came together to create the work of art, which is the first of its kind in the U.S.
Brandon Akuszewski has had his eyes set on West Point since sixth grade.
Barnes Landscaping headed to Hartzell Park one day after seeing WKBN 27 First News’ report on its overgrown grass and trees.
The band is going to attempt to break the world record for most piccolos used in “Stars and Stripes Forever.”
The Hope Foundation of the Mahoning Valley wants to turn increased awareness into action.
There are several Memorial Day events scheduled across the Valley.
Northeast Ohio Adoption Services will be out all day until 6 p.m. selling flowers at a range of prices.
A business in Sharon is getting a face lift — and it’s helping at-risk youth in the neighborhood.
Judges and local leaders served up their best dishes for the 12th annual Men Who Cook.
One local company is helping students learn the importance of science and eating healthy.
Heartland Christian staff and students — and even some parents — helped paint, lay down mulch, and plant flowers.
Students in eight school districts in the county will be getting fun summer activities to keep them moving over the break.
These nurses are not only passionate about helping people in the hospital, they also want to help feed hungry Valley residents.
A local dog training center in Poland is hosting a open house Sunday with giveaways and discounts perfect for dog lovers.
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers are looking to fill game day positions for the 2017 season.
Those looking to support a local fire department while eating a great breakfast can head out to Salem Saturday morning.
Kevin O’Connell said it’s very exciting to come home and serve the community he grew up in.
Money raised from sales and raffles goes to Easter Seals to help children and adults with disabilities.
Sunday marks the 7th annual Kids Shine for a Cure festival in Austintown Township Park.