Friends of Fellows Riverside Gardens has been struggling to raise funds, but says several volunteers have come forward to help.
The 26-year-old coach of the newly created YSU women’s bowling team says she’s stubborn, hard-headed and not about to give up.
Leo’s Ristorante in Howland will be serving gourmet Italian foods through the weekend.
Public meetings will start in mid-August to bring people from Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties together in a safe place.
Cooks from local schools learned how to make healthy food appealing and inexpensive.
Frank Lazzeri’s last day will be Sunday, as he retires to spend more time with his grandchildren.
The Mercer County Coalition for Drug Awareness hopes to combat the stigmas surrounding addiction.
Although the program in Youngstown caters to students with autism, the executive director says the school sees nothing but ability and poten…
His goal is to increase accessibility and awareness about the program so that more kids don’t go hungry when school is out.
Residents in Struthers and Lowellville are showing appreciation for their police departments by displaying the brightly colored bulbs.
Krish Mohip focused on the children at Monday night’s meeting by sitting down with them to understand what their needs are.
More than 20 people installed insulation and hung drywall at a home on Lake Road in Austintown.
Volunteers from Safelite Auto Glass, Huntington Bank and WKBN insulated walls and hung drywall at a home in Lake Road in Austintown.
Officers say the fun needs to stay safe and they are mindful of attacks like the one that occurred on Thursday in Nice, France.
All of the racks and books were gone, with nothing but open space for people to gather and remember.
Drag queen Denise Russell plans on addressing the Orlando nightclub shooting during her performance at the festival this weekend.
The kids kept their animals cool by giving them enough cold water and tying window fans to the rafters.
Anyone interested in volunteering can learn more about the different jobs and sign up online.
People showed their appreciation in Niles, Hubbard Township, Cortland and Weathersfield Township.
Ray Mashorda has been running the garden store for the last 21 years and before that, his father, Ray Sr., ran the business for 46 years.
The goal is to show them that website development is not as hard as it seems and becoming an entrepreneur is possible.
The weekend of July 7 through 10 will be filled with art, culture and music festivals in Youngstown.