The center is kicking off the “Building for Tomorrow” campaign this Thursday from 5-7 p.m. in YSU’s Fedor Hall.
Fellows Riverside Gardens in Mill Creek Park is hosting pumpkin carving and a walk this weekend.
Dads, father figures, and students met at Joshua Dixon Elementary for breakfast and an activity, all while getting some quality time togethe…
Halloween Trick or Treat times for Columbiana, Lawrence, Mahoning, Mercer and Trumbull counties.
Fair organizers said they wanted everyone — even those who can’t make it out in person — to be able to see the yearly attraction.
The excitement continues on Day 4 of the Canfield Fair with plenty of fun things to do all day long.
It shows some of the strangest, most interesting, and even funniest-looking vegetables which have been found in gardens and farms.
A giant pumpkin broke records and there’s a new food vendor on the grounds.
Parking will not be available at the Covelli Centre, but Panerathon’s website includes a list of where you can park.
It’s time to run, walk, volunteer or simply watch this weekend, for an event that’s become a tradition in Youngstown.
Champion High School will play its first football game of the season, a home game against Warren JFK.
This year, the Panerathon is being held on Sunday, Aug. 27 at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown.
It’s going to be a busy week for Youngstown as classes begin and a Grammy-winning band comes to the area.
Organizers said they want to make sure people in the Valley remember their roots.
The 26th annual Steel Valley Cluster Dog Show could have up to 2,000 dogs this year.
Rides are never open to the public on day one of the Columbiana County Fair because of strict inspections.
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.
WaterFire Sharon has been going on since 2013 and includes a full arts and music festival before the lighting of the braziers.
This year’s Summer Festival of the Arts kicks off Friday as the central event for a weekend full of fun in Youngstown.
No matter where you live, there’s a good chance you’ll find something fun to do to celebrate the Fourth!
“Summer Jam 1: Old School Edition” will be held on Aug. 5 at 7 p.m.
The annual event offers music, contests, games and time to catch up with neighbors and friends, all while helping out local businesses.
Organizers said this is one of the longest-standing traditions the village has and its population nearly doubles around festival time.
Warren is just one of four cities to host the Ohio Chautauqua event, which showcases living history performances.
The Weathersfield Township Flag Day Festival runs through Sunday.
Over 1,200 people ran in the Youngstown Marathon.
Three blocks of Main Street were shut down Friday night for vendors, live music, a classic car show, and sweet treats for Father’s Day.
July 4th fireworks and events in Mahoning, Columbiana, Trumbull and Mercer counties.
Flags lined the sidewalks and banners of those lost to war lined the streets as the community came together for a day full of events.