Take a look at some of this summer’s events throughout Mahoning, Trumbull, Columbiana, Lawrence and Mercer counties.
Around eight countries’ cuisines were on display, including Cuba, Peru and Puerto Rico.
There are several Memorial Day events scheduled across the Valley.
Judges and local leaders served up their best dishes for the 12th annual Men Who Cook.
While some have seen a drop in attendance, Warren’s Relay for Life has been going strong for over 25 years.
The casino is holding a watch party for the all-day event, where guests can enjoy food and drinks and place bets on the horses.
Dogsmarts Unleashed will hold an open house in Poland this Sunday from noon until 4 p.m.
Those looking to support a local fire department while eating a great breakfast can head out to Salem Saturday morning.
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.
BJ’s is the restaurant next to the Southern Park Mall where Cheddar’s used to be.
All proceeds go toward The Strimbu Memorial Fund, which provides scholarships for local high school seniors.
One record store owner in Niles has spent the past few months preparing his store for this day.
The fashion show will be held at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman on Thursday, May 4.
The Market for Makers is located at 110 Freeman Alley in downtown Youngstown, and runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The show is being produced by JAC Live — the first time the company has partnered with the Canfield Fair.
DiVieste had over 600 reservations and 150 walk-ins.
Close to 2,000 families showed up to the Eastwood Mall’s “Eggs in the Mall” event to hunt for nearly 30,000 eggs.
The Sharon churches re-enacted the historic scene of when Jesus Christ entered Jerusalem.
A reunion will be held at the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor for the people who once worked at Ohio Works.
A breakfast was held for all who came and children got the chance to meet the Easter Bunny.
The goal of the event is for neighbors in the community to come together for a day of fun.
The idea behind Saturday’s event is to raise awareness about community resources available in the Valley for moms-to-be.
Thousands of people lined up to get their free sample of a swizzle stick dipped in milk chocolate.
The event runs from 4-6 p.m. at the Eastwood Mall in Niles.
One of the center’s board members, Danielle Wilson, said she hopes the event will bring people who are struggling together to enjoy a night …
The event took place at the Memorial Building on State Street in Salem.
The funds can help bring new dementia programs and resources to communities in need.
Two spinning start times at the YMCA of Youngstown start at 7:30 a.m. and 8:45 a.m.
Find public Easter egg events in your neighborhood.