Bubble wrap was a Toy Hall of Fame finalist.
Christina was live at Kravitz Deli to celebrate their Third Annual Jewish Food Festival.
Many movies from the last 60 years are contemporary Shakespeare storylines.
All money goes toward the Emergency Housing program through Catholic Charities.
A frog won’t turn into a prince, but you could get salmonella!
Christina was live at Big Ben’s Clock Shop to learn about the store’s history and their products.
A certain penny in your piggy bank could be worth thousands of dollars!
Christina was live at the Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley as they celebrate their 125th anniversary with an Open House.
The Bayer company produces 100 billion tablets a year.
The Boardman boutique Ivory & Birch is hosting an event to help you stick with your New Year’s resolutions.
The French have a different response to a series of sneezes.
The program will start at 9 a.m. on the last Thursday of every month, beginning Jan. 25.
Fifty years ago, some TVs gave off harmful X-rays.
The Globetrotters are visiting Valley kids on Friday.
The popcorn kernels at the bottom of your bowl are called “old maids.”
Christina was live at Sit Means Sit to get tips and tricks for training new puppies.
The Journal of Experimental Psychology has a tip to clear your mind of racing thoughts at bedtime.
Christina was live at Habitat for Humanity ReStores to learn how every sale contributes to Habitat houses.
The temperature will reach the low- to mid-40s by Sunday.
The phrase came out of the Cold War-era.
The last time that this happened was 1866.
Love pizza? Mark your calendars for March 11th.
Boardman high school is offering a free event to celebrate a century of arts and music.
The first Baby Boomer lives in New Jersey.
Employees at Disney parks never point one finger.
You’ll find pennies on a grave at a Baltimore cemetery.
Want paper to stay nice? Don’t handle it.
Christina was live at Advanced Skin Spa to learn proper ways to keep your skin healthy in 2018.
Christina was live at Belleria Pizza, as we make our way through “National Pizza Week”.
The real YMCA sued The Village People for their popular “YMCA” song.