I want to thank all the people who sent me well-wishes after my May column about my bout with
Since 1986, Women Hand In Hand has provided some financial aid to 125 young women to obtain their bachelor’s degrees, and some have gone on to graduate school.
While perusing news websites CNN and Fox News, I read some things that sadly reminded me that
Black History Month again will bring forward the names of these people who have changed the fabric
Many people begin a new year resolving to better themselves. If you have decided this is the year
There will be five significant celebrations this month. The first four, most of us know well.
Another Youngstown native has reached a significant milestone. Lydia Esparra, a graduate of
BBC correspondent Matt Wells spent time in the Mahoning Valley in early October interviewing journalists, clergy and others about the upcoming election, and how President Obama’s support of same-sex marriage may have an impact on re-election bid.
Last month, death took two more longtime Mahoning Valley black trailblazers — Margaret Linton-
The culture and contributions of Hispanics, and their impact on American society, will be on display