Fellows Riverside Gardens in Mill Creek Park is hosting pumpkin carving and a walk this weekend.
The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation said this is a long-term investment in the community and one more step in revitalizing t…
Marci Babbaro says her cancer diagnosis brought her family together and now that she’s in remission, she’ll be in the stands each week to wa…
Check out these costume ideas that are perfect for little ones.
Throughout the month, the university’s Dana School of Music will be highlighting the tuba with special recitals and programs.
Educators – enter to win $500 for your classroom with the Creative Classroom program!
Find out what the most popular Halloween candy is in your state.
A pink Camaro rolled into the dealership Friday, ahead of the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on Saturday.
There are also fundraising events coming up for people who want to help victims of Hurricane Maria.
A candidate for Youngstown mayor donated 600 cases of bottled water to OCCHA to be sent to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico.
WKBN’s very own Gerry Ricciutti was one of the celebrity chefs and Storm Team 27 Chief Meteorologist Paul Wetzl served as master of ceremony…
“You have cancer” are the words that no one wants to hear, but one local group is hoping to make that a little easier.
Trumbull Family Fitness’ renovation is the latest step toward creating a thriving downtown in the city.
Some deputies in the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Department are sporting a new look with a part of their uniform.
Learn how you can spot suspicious treats and keep your little one safe on Halloween.
Halloween is frequently the holiday with the highest number of child pedestrian accidents.
We’ve managed to select the five best vampire movies ever.
Check out the costumes predicted to be the most popular this year.
Breast cancer is a wide spread disease that knows no boundaries and does not discriminate.
The teens are part of the crew broadcasting the Wildcats’ home games, which are back on the air for the first time in roughly ten years.
Paul was a “Reading Star” at the dinner to promote literacy in the Valley.
Members of Fountain of Grace Temple are asking the community for help in their effort to bring relief.