It was a Youngstown group’s efforts — selling $76,000 worth of cookbooks — that helped get it done.
The spring weather means more people are heading out to the trails for hiking and biking.
The Mill Creek Park Trolley kicked off its season Sunday with the first tour of the year.
Mill Creek MetroParks commissioners approved Tuesday the seeking of a permit from ODNR to allow addling of geese eggs.
Another project to spruce up the basketball and tennis courts is also in the works.
Even the cold temperatures Sunday morning couldn’t keep runners away from the 28th annual Mill Creek Distance Classic.
Mill Creek Park’s newest exhibit will have park-goers flocking to the Davis Center.
The following roads will be closed Sunday to all cyclists and vehicular traffic from 6:30 a.m. until noon.
The races will start at 1861 McCollum Road in Youngstown.
The Nature Photography Exhibit opened to the public, held at Ford Nature Center.
All you used to need for metal detecting in the park was a permit but apparently, there’s a rule prohibiting the activity.
Until today’s meeting, Executive Director Aaron Young was the only one who issued hunting and trapping permits.
The selection committee will come together again to find a qualified candidate to replace Robert Durick.
Two of the commissioners’ contracts expired on Saturday.
Two of the commissioners’ terms expire on Saturday and there’s no word on if they’ll be coming back.
The committee’s aren’t yet formed, but the decision should speed up the selection process.
Metroparks Police are joining the county Council of Governments for dispatching, freeing up officers for the road.
A majority of the people who spoke at the board of commissioners meeting Monday were in favor of certain parts of member Tom Shipka’s plans …
The lawyer said Director Aaron Young gave no real reason for the termination of The Garden Café’s lease.
It’s one of the best places to capture autumn’s hues.
The Youngstown Peace Race attracts runners not only from the Valley, but from across the nation.
Eighth grade students at Chaney STEM took a field trip to Mill Creek Park Wednesday to learn how to monitor the water.
The plan includes renovating shelters, pavilions, trails, and roads.
Over the next year, $10,000 will be spent to replace or add to the rose garden at Fellows Riverside Gardens in Mill Creek Park.
The Mill Creek Wildlife Sanctuary has more than 225 species of birds, like shorebirds, wading birds and wood ducks.
A 25-year-old man was arrested Thursday on a warrant from Mill Creek MetroParks Police.
Over 700 kids – ages 3-12 – are signed up to play this year.
The work will be done between Kirk and County Line roads.
The drive was closed for a pavement resurfacing and infrastructure improvement project.
The board agreed to immediately open applications to its newly-formed committees of community members.