Saturday, 32 racers took to the pavement for the 9th Greater Pennsylvania Super Kids Classic in Sharpsville.
After a two year hiatus, the Small Ships Revue is back on the water in Sharon, but with a few adjustments.
“This is history,” a fan said. “I cried real tears. It was overwhelming and breathtaking to be here.”
Cars from all over the Valley were on display at the new South Range High School.
The checkpoint will be held on Meridian Road, near Four Mile Run Road, from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Columbiana County’s mental health board is teaming up with Help Hotline to bring people with mental illness together.
Matt Jones became a part of the WKBN 27 First News Team in May 2016 as a weekend Meteorologist.
About one in every 1,500 babies is born with both sex organs, according to the American Journal of Human Biology.
Certified counselors took calls Thursday evening to answer mental health or addiction questions.
National Free Comic Book Day was celebrated in several stores across the Mahoning Valley Saturday.
A man, his wife and daughter were arrested in Sebring after police uncovered a large methamphetamine operation.
Psychologists say coloring and staying within the lines provides relief not always provided by watching television.
Abbie Schrader joined the WKBN-27 First News team in March 2016, taking on the roles of anchor and reporter for the WKBN-27 First News Satur…
Tyler Trill began working as a multi-media journalism at WKBN in December 2015.
Molly Reed is a multi-media journalist on WKBN 27 First News.
Trumbull County saw 81 overdoses in 2015, an increase from the 53 in 2014.
All winners will be recognized at a scholarship banquet at the beginning of March.
Thousands of Valley residents find the help they need through local mental health agencies, but the need is growing.
Christina Mullen is a Multi-Media Journalist on WKBN 27 First News.
Lauren Wood is co-anchor WKBN 27 First News This Morning.
Julie Bercik joined the WKBN 27 First News Team in December 2011 as a video journalist.
Among other things, Mack’s appeal contended the evidence was insufficient to convict him.