Trinity Fellowship church on South Avenue in Boardman is where the magic will happen Saturday night, April 30, under the direction of Brenda…
Melissa Stroud grew up in the foster care system, but that didn’t stop her from excelling in her academics and work in the community.
The Canfield hairdresser has traveled the world for his missionary work and is also an accomplished racquetball player and coach.
Dr. Michelle Kapon is dedicated to serving the community and the underserved by making sure care is available through the Vaccines for Child…
Marty Conklin has dedicated her life to caring for animals, and that is why her friend and former coworker nominated her for the Hometown He…
This week’s Hometown Hero is a member of numerous local organizations. He said it is important to be highly involved in the community in whi…
Mary Hake Miller, a sacristan at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, says it makes her feel good to do God’s work.
Diane Less’s venture to help neglected and abused animals started off small but quickly grew into so much more.
Leetonia High School senior Seth Whittemore organized a dodgeball tournament to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project.
Over the last few years, Sarah Studer has been collecting dresses for Krysten’s Kloset — a dress giveaway in which anyone can get a prom dr…
This week’s Hometown Hero donated supplies to Youngstown’s homeless population, hoping to keep them warm during this cold month.
YSU professor R.J. Thompson started Youngstown Design Works to give students job experience in college.
The nun is set to turn 100 in April.
Those close to Ray Trevelline say he helps everyone out in the community, but his biggest impact is on those that have worked for him.
Police and fire captains, school officials and three area mayors all gathered at Struthers City Hall to thank one local man for his service.
This week’s Hometown Hero is an attorney, prosecutor and owns a fitness studio and non-profit organization.
Santa’s Hideaway Hollow is a special place reserved for terminally ill children and their families.
During the Christmas holiday, Mike Holowatuk also set up Hubbard Elementary School’s Christmas display, which he started five years ago.
The kids love the program, and Kris Harper is a big reason why.
GIRARD, Ohio (WYTV) – Two friends turned a simple idea into an annual event that provides bicycles to needy families. Joan Dallessandro and …
Megan Stevens is the founder of the Brighten Up for the Kids Toy Drive.
Romandetti is the face of the Rescue Mission, the receptionist and first person you see when you walk through the door.
On Veterans Day, the store joined with bridal salons around the nation to give military brides free gowns.
John Brown, III was presented with WYTV’s Hometown Hero Award on Wednesday, recognizing the work that he has done for local veterans.
The band is working on an all-original album and hopes to have fans at two upcoming performances.
Gilger said he began the mission because he wanted to help people in need.
It is her work for Animal Charity of Ohio and as founder of A Call Fur Help, Inc. that makes Louk worthy of this week’s Hometown Hero Award.
The future of the station looked bleak for Boardman Center Middle School, if it was not for the work of three students who stepped up to reb…
Because of their dedication, the members of the fire department have been recognized as WYTV’s Hometown Heroes of the week.
HOWLAND TWP, Ohio (WYTV) – You can find them volunteering year round on baseball diamonds, basketball courts, and soccer fields: Men and wom…