Katie was live at The Vineyards at Pine Lake, showing off its new event center.
The Midlothian Free Health Clinic was opened in 2008 by a group of dedicated volunteers.
For more information on Dogs on the Run, visit their website, Epdogsontherun.com.
Katie was live at TOSS’D Salad and Pizza Cafe’ in Hermitage.
Katie was live at The Cake Boutique, a local business that just won Cake Wars on the Food Network.
Friday was the third time in the month of July that the temperature was in the 90s.
Katie was live at an at-home business that’s goal is to help you relax.
Katie was live with another local at-home business owner, Jill, to show off her baking business.
His goal is to increase accessibility and awareness about the program so that more kids don’t go hungry when school is out.
Each year, Wonder Zone manager Terese Sanford chooses a cause to raise money for.
Katie was live at 3 Maples on Market, tasting different types of their famous tomatoes.
Katie introduces us to Barktastic K9 Cupboard.
Katie was live at Taylor Wood Burning, an at-home business.
Katie was live in Sharon talking about Waterfire Sharon.
Katie was live at Shaker Woods to tell us about their first Outdoor Expo.
This week’s Hometown Hero has spent his time and resources making the city of Sharon a better place.
Katie was live at the Cupcake Crawl in East Palestine.
Katie was live at Angels for Animals in Canfield.
Katie was live at Little Flames LLC in North Jackson
People lined up to see performances from regional favorites, The Vindy’s and The Clarks.
Katie was live at Greene Eagle Winery in Cortland.
The summer reading program for all ages began June 1 and runs through August 13 at area libraries.
Cliff Wallace’s decision to quit freed up money to keep a younger teacher on staff.
Katie was live at the new Coaches Burgers in Boardman.
Katie was live in Salem talking about an event that benefits animals.
Thousands of people lined the streets in Canfield Monday to watch the annual Independence Day parade.
Candy, music and classic cars filled the streets in Struthers Monday for their 40th annual Fourth of July parade.
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.
Katie was in Enon Valley talking about fireworks.