A little bit of snow in May wasn’t going to stop people from the Valley from getting out and supporting a great cause.
National Emergency Medical Services Week is a week set aside to recognize everything that emergency responders do.
The cost for adults is $10. The cost for children is $5. Children age five and under are free.
The plant will open to the public on Friday and Saturday for an open house and a car show.
The driver lost control of his car while driving south on Glenwood and crashed into a telephone pole.
The cause of the outage is still unknown, but crews are being dispatched to the area.
Event coordinators said this is one of the smaller fundraisers they organize, but it’s the most fun.
The equipment Tommy Testa needs could cost up to $40,000.
Anita Smith has over 25 years of firefighting experience, including 14 years in leadership roles.
When the crop is harvested in the fall, organizers plan to donate some of the food to a food bank in Youngstown.
The Emergency Education Summit in Youngstown covered topics affecting African American students’ learning.
Carson discussed his rise from struggling in elementary school to eventually finding a passion for reading.
Volunteers gathered nearly 4,000 used tires that people dropped off.
The children’s museum celebrated its 5th birthday with special sales and fun exhibits.
The OVI checkpoint, funded by federal grants, is planned to deter and intercept impaired drivers.
The exhibit takes a look at car culture in the Mahoning Valley.
The Hope Foundation awarded a $2,000 grant to a camp in Mt. Gilead that serves seriously ill children.
The store stocks 52 types of popcorn from fruity flavors, to garlic parmesan, to bacon cheddar.
About 200 people were there early on in the night on Friday.
Over 300 students, parents and chaperones from 30 different schools filled the Assumption Social Center in Youngstown.