It was part of the Mahoning Valley Dream Center’s “Love Week” — dedicated to spreading hope and helping others.
The current 6.2 mill levy has been on the books since 2003. This time, it is only 6 mills.
Canfield police and residents both say the app has the potential to be great, but it also comes with some security risks.
CEO Krish Mohip said he wants to make sure all students have what they need to learn.
The first thing Rick Shepas wants is to build a team of coaches who are passionate, successful, and great role models.
The Rich Center for Autism at Youngstown State University is planning a conference to educate family and friends about what they can do to h…
The CEO of the foundation said they want every aspect of their work to help the community they live in.
Thor, who is 10 years old, was forced to retire after suffering from a health problem common in large breed dogs.
RaeLynn was a contestant on the second season of the hit singing competition The Voice, but was eliminated in the quarterfinals.
Hundreds of people came out for the second annual Walk Against Heroin in Warren.
To celebrate blueberry season, White House Fruit Farm in Canfield is having a festival from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Thirteen Youngstown-area barbershops are helping kids with their reading skills over the summer break.
Yellow Brick Place in Canfield is celebrating the lives of two of its late members with community events.
The 171st Trumbull County Fair is officially underway.
WaterFire Sharon has been going on since 2013 and includes a full arts and music festival before the lighting of the braziers.
Braking Point Recovery Center helps Katie Sokol battle Cystic Fibrosis with benefit dinner
Over 500 fans got to hear The Fabulous Flashbacks play for the first time in nearly a decade at the downtown Youngstown concert.
For many, Our Community Kitchen — with its smiling staff and comforting food — is an escape from daily hardships.
This year’s Summer Festival of the Arts kicks off Friday as the central event for a weekend full of fun in Youngstown.
No matter where you live, there’s a good chance you’ll find something fun to do to celebrate the Fourth!
“Summer Jam 1: Old School Edition” will be held on Aug. 5 at 7 p.m.
The annual event offers music, contests, games and time to catch up with neighbors and friends, all while helping out local businesses.