Anyone who loves the outdoors should check out the Shaker Woods Outdoor Expo this weekend, rain or shine.
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Christina was live at LiBs Market to learn about their specialties and how their menu has expanded over the past two years.
Christina was live at Beautiful Whirl’d to learn about how they came up with the idea and what’s on their menu.
Christina was live at Firestone Farms to learn about the complex, what stores they have and their future plans.
Christina was live at The Casual Pint to learn about how the first month of business has been, how they decided on the location and what the…
Warren’s second annual walk began at noon with a prayer. The event runs until 10 p.m.
To celebrate blueberry season, White House Fruit Farm in Canfield is having a festival from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Christina was live at Pure Barre in Boardman to learn how they mix different types of workouts to maximize results.
Christina was live at the Boys and Girls Club of Youngstown to learn about their first annual Backyard BBQ Bash.
Christina was live at Boneshakers at Timberlanes Complex to learn about their menu and how the restaurant came to exist.
Christina Mullen was live at the Trumbull County Fair, previewing all the excitement planned for the week.
Christina was live at The Magic Paintbrush in Hubbard to learn about how they came up with the idea and what they offer.
Christina Mullen takes the Daybreak Nation to a local ice cream shop to check out some sweet specials.
The Lime Tree Sandwich Gallery in Warren is sure to satisfy your hunger, with a serving of culture on the side.
Christina was live at the Tyler History Center in Youngstown to learn about “Hands-On History,” a fun, family geared way to learn about the …
Christina was live at Youngstown Propane to learn about grill safety and what you need for the Fourth of July.
Christina was live at Phantom Fireworks to learn what you need to know about fireworks for the Fourth of July.
Christina was live at Saadey’s Place in Austintown to learn about their menu.
Christina was live at Emerald Diner in Hubbard to learn about menu changes and re-opening after a fire in 2012.
Sunglasses from your doctor, not a gas station, are better for your eyes because they provide real protection from the sun.
Today is the 5th annual Adopt-A-Palooza, happening from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Lariccia Family Bocce Pavilion.
Farmers markets are a great way to increase food access to those here in the Valley and to fuel the local economy.
Organizers say it’s vital to do what we can to keep the city of Youngstown clean and litter free.
People from around the Valley put on their running shoes Sunday morning for a good cause.
Sunday marks the 7th annual Kids Shine for a Cure festival in Austintown Township Park.
More than 150 people got their hands dirty Saturday morning as they volunteered at the Boys and Girls Club of Youngstown.
Mercer County students put their skills to the test during a Teen Driving Competition at Thiel College.
Only 62 percent of schools in Ohio met the standards for incoming kindergartners to be vaccinated. See how yours is doing.
The New Castle Community YMCA is putting on free self-defense classes for those wishing to take advantage of the nicer weather.
Girard High School’s robotics team is getting ready for a competition next month, called Steam Works.