Katie was live at Dr. Gentile’s office talking about a new procedure.
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.
Katie was live at the Covelli Centre to talk about the Panerathon.
City Kids Care provides free backpacks and supplies to Youngstown kids, but the outreach doesn’t end there.
Katie was live talking about a mud-run and obstacle course challenge.
The township gets a lot of turnpike traffic through the area, but there are not many places for cars to stop.
Katie was live at Staples getting ready for back to school season.
Flynn’s Tire & Auto Service gives the Daybreak Nation some important tips for car maintenance.
It will feature ethnic foods, dancing and live entertainment.
Katie was live at the Shaker Woods Festival in preparation for its 34th anniversary.
The Trumbull County coroner says with at least 44 overdoses so far this year, he expects that number to exceed 100.
Katie was live at Brewtus Brewing Company talking about how they are giving back to first responders.
Simply eating was a lot more difficult than anyone at the dinner thought it would be.
There was a line wrapped around the building even before the event started on Tuesday.
The Kiwanis Club of Youngstown donated $10,000 to pay for the new equipment and landscaping.
Katie was live at the Olde Dutch Mill Golf Course talking about a benefit golf outing.
Bob Crook’s fellow employees have described him as someone who will go out of his way to help others.
Katie was live at Panera in Boardman to learn more about the Panerathon.
The “Cram the Cruiser” event encourages people to donate items and fill a police vehicle with them.
Katie was live at the The Valley Marketplace talking about an auction benefiting the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley.
Over 2,000 purebred dogs will compete for top honors in the four-day contest that is certified by the American Kennel Club.
The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation will be using the money to support work with its ten neighborhood action teams.
Katie was live at the Columbiana County Fair.
Katie was live at Yolo Grille and Taproom, a My Valley Dining Deal.
Katie was live at Branch Street Coffee Roasters, where they’re celebrating their one year anniversary by giving back.
The pastor of Chestnut Ridge Church says simply giving away free shoes can really make a difference in people’s lives.
Katie was live at Hollywood Gaming to talk about their responsible gaming week.
The term was coined for low-income neighborhoods where kids do not have access to bookstores, libraries or community schools.
Katie was live at Animal Charity Humane Society to talk about a fundraising event.