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.
The races will start at 1861 McCollum Road in Youngstown.
Presented by The Hartford Optimist Club.
Halloween and fall activities in Mahoning, Trumbull, Columbiana and Mercer counties.
Halloween Trick or Treat times for Mahoning, Trumbull, Columbiana, Mercer and Lawrence counties.
Members of the Junior Women’s League of Youngstown and other local organizations helped underwrite the event, allowing survivors to attend t…
The people who come to the Brier Hill Italian Fest say it’s lasted so long because it’s just a big family reunion.
It will feature ethnic foods, dancing and live entertainment.
The Trumbull County coroner says with at least 44 overdoses so far this year, he expects that number to exceed 100.
Simply eating was a lot more difficult than anyone at the dinner thought it would be.
Over 2,000 purebred dogs will compete for top honors in the four-day contest that is certified by the American Kennel Club.
The pastor of Chestnut Ridge Church says simply giving away free shoes can really make a difference in people’s lives.
People lined up to see performances from regional favorites, The Vindy’s and The Clarks.
The summer reading program for all ages began June 1 and runs through August 13 at area libraries.
Classic cars, the high school marching band and parade floats were all part of the event.
The children brought their creativity to life, transforming themselves into marching works of art.
Seventy-nine shoes lined Elm Street for the “Steps of Change” walk in memory of loved ones.
The initiative would include after-school programs, health screenings and housing repair services.
The SMARTS program currently serves more than 360 kindergarten through 12th grade students.
All 21 models built in the plant since 1966 were on display Saturday.
Guests had the chance to see the process of making a car on the assembly line, which usually takes 20 hours.