Do you know of someone that is making your community a better place and deserves to be recognized?
The Volunteers of the Youngstown Blue Coats are a distinguished group.
This week’s 33 WYTV Hometown Hero offers both shelter and a chance to work and dream.
Semi-retired, Greg Gulas is still at the ready to help troubled youth.
Corky Stiles said since TNR of Warren began in 2008, the number of cats spayed and neutered is in the thousands.
There are some who would call this week’s Hometown Hero an angel.
Shane Ferguson saw the story of a young mother and her five children being rescued after a scary crash, and he wanted to help.
Rachel Royer, 19, is also teaching her young gymnasts little life lessons along the way.
Mr. Sambroak’s students at Brookfield Middle School didn’t even know he was in the Army until he had to go away in the middle of the last sc…
There is a fish tank at Union Elementary School in Poland, but it’s not your average aquatic home.
“We are going to do anything we can to help out,” said Floyd McCluskey, who co-founded Craft for a Cause.
Guidance and structure are the cornerstones of a program run by this week’s Hometown Hero.
Almost 3.3 million people of all ages volunteer their time, talents and resources to assist The Salvation Army’s work.
A lot of the people that receive these meals are senior citizens who, otherwise, might not be able to stay in their homes.
Skip Barone, the manager of Our Community Kitchen in Youngstown, was chosen as this week’s Hometown Hero.
People who are close to Joe Mackos say he has a heart of gold and is a natural-born leader for Youngstown’s Knights of Columbus chapter.
YSU Student Government President Rayann Atway and Vice President Ernie Barkett have been working to advance the YSU Food Pantry.
Youngstown City Schools teacher Jasbir Bhullar rallied to send donations to Puerto Rico, the place most of her students call home.
Columbiana Football Coach Bob Spaite said he wants his athletes to understand that it’s about being a student and someone to look up to firs…
This week’s Hometown Hero has been serving sick children for over 15 years.
“I’m here to tell you there is nothing he can’t accomplish. His future is so bright, I’m going to need my Foster Grants to look at him,” Jea…
This week’s WYTV Hometown Hero served her country and then turned her attention to students.
One church in Trumbull County is always open, thanks to this week’s Hometown Hero.
This week’s Hometown Hero is cool under pressure and has a warm heart for helping others.
WYTV 33 Meteorologist Ryan Halicki has a personal connection to this week’s Hometown Hero.
Annie Hall said she’s proud of the city but she’s especially proud of her east side community.
Brandon Warner is a father, husband, Army veteran, Department of Defense worker, and esteemed football coach.
This week’s Hometown Hero must never sleep. She’s too busy volunteering and working full-time.
On his own time and his own dime, this week’s Hometown Hero brings joy to residents of an assisted living facility.
On top of helping students succeed in school, Cosetta McMillan also works at Help Hotline, talking to people who are at risk for suicide.