March 31 was Joyce Pogany Night at the Austintown High School Library.
Maruf Awad said he is not working for the money and believes in helping other people.
Jazmine Dubose lost her son to a heart defect when he was just 2 years old.
Workers at the shelter said the number of cats Karen James has helped in her spare time is in the thousands.
As commander of the Trumbull County American Legion Honor Guard Post No. 540 in Cortland, Roger Gardner has attended nearly 3,000 military f…
Over the last five years, George Davis has held 20 to 25 fundraisers, raising anywhere from $500 to $2,100 per event.
The sorority has been doing the Sisters for Soldiers project for four years.
Mavis Shannon-Odem had a heart transplant and started a food pantry in less than 18 months.
Jason Cooke volunteers his time caring and advocating for those without a voice.
Ty Phillips restored a beat up, toy pedal tractor to look like new again so he can raffle it off and give the money to his teacher.
There are people who volunteer and then there is Julie McAllister-Vugrinovich.
The post raised $58,000 last year for various organizations, including Easter Seals, the MDA and the USO.
Guthrie strove to bring the best weather coverage to Mahoning Valley residents.
The Springfield Tigers’ biggest fan has been supporting them for over 20 years.
In 2010, Bill Crawford started the Team Mojo Foundation.
Michael Kermec is a 1996 Girard High School graduate who was introduced to music at a young age.
Grace George, a senior at South Range High School, made and collected 265 blankets at her home in Green Township for a school project.
The Youngstown State University music education major recruited some classmates to help with the project.
You might think a hero drives the Batmobile or maybe they just simply fly like Superman. But for two families in Trumbull County, their hero…
A South Range senior combined her love of the environment with her desire to help others.
A chance encounter at a Christian bookstore helped an addict change his life and helped a woman heal after a tragic loss.
Gus Giannios remembers his first time volunteering at the Salvation Army five years ago.
A brother and sister from Hubbard are determined to give back.
What started as a small program at St. Paul the Apostle Church in New Middletown has grown to serve the whole community.
This weeks’ hometown hero is actually a group of men who might have a catchy name, but when it comes to getting a job done, they’re all bus…
Jim Loboy and Stan Boney explain the upcoming WYTV series.