WKBN was well represented among the winners of the Ohio Associated Press Awards on Sunday.
Peter Sklar is a a New York City producer who has worked with big names like Sarah Jessica Parker and Reese Witherspoon.
Russell Marshall couldn’t be at Sunday’s benefit dinner, but sent a message of thanks to everyone, especially the first responders.
Victory Christian Center in Coitsville prayed for bikers safety at the fifth annual Blessing of the Bikes event.
The 15-foot tree stands outside of the End of the Commons General Store in Mesopotamia and has been damaged by lightning several times.
Members of Saint Patrick’s Church in Youngstown released a rosary made completely out of balloons Sunday afternoon.
Update // During Congressman Kelly’s speaking time at the House Ways and Means Committee hearing on Friday, he raised his voice with displeasure at the outgoing IRS Commissioner Steven Miller.
Due to a water main break, residents in Vienna Township are advised to boil their water used for consumption until further notice.
Troopers responded to Centertown Road in Pine Township and caught a suspected burglar when he attempted to flee the house on Friday.
Copeland Oaks in Sebring is celebrating fifty years and with that they are starting a new cultural series.
Hundreds shuffled along South Avenue Saturday night in the annual bar crawl to benefit local charity.
Dedicated walkers took the final steps to put a bow on this year’s Relay for Life in Boardman.
A suicide awareness walk and balloon release took place in Warren on Saturday for those who have lost loved ones to suicide.
Some members of the Youngstown community lined Market Street Saturday for a parade.
Update // Police and K-9 search units, along with community members, were out Saturday in Springfield Township looking for a man that was reported missing Friday. A vigil was held Saturday night for his safe return.
Some of the Valley’s strongest athletes competed in the North American Strongman Sanctioned Contest. on Saturday.
Participants dressed as Civil War soldiers passed out flyers promoting a reenactment set for Memorial Day weekend.
The search continues for 45-year-old Jeffery Hathaway from Norton.
Youngstown native and television star Ed O’Neill, who is currently featured in the hit show “Modern Family,” received an honorary Doctor of Arts degree at Youngstown State University’s spring commencement.
A third animal in just two months has been found to be infected with the rabies virus in Mahoning County.