The WPIAL Hall of Fame announced their inductees for the class of 2013 at the Heinz History Center yesterday. The ceremony will take place on June 7 in Green Tree.
Class of 2013
Lou Cecconi, Donora/three-sports (1946)
Sean Gilbert, Aliquippa/football (1989)
Christa Harmotto, Hopewell/volleyball (2005)
Jeremy Hunter, McGuffey/wrestling (1996)
Tyler Palko, West Allegheny/football (2002)
Elaine Sobansky-Blackhurst, Trinity/track & field (1980)
Megan Schnur, Butler/soccer (2003)
Jack Waltz, Mt. Lebanon/tennis & basketball (1963)
Don Barth, North Catholic/girls basketball (1974-97)
Lindy Lauro, New Castle/football (1961-92)
Jack McCurry, North Hills/football (1978-2012)
Donna Richey, Aliquippa/girls basketball (1975-90, 1999-01)
1983 Mount Alvernia girls basketball
1996 Quaker Valley boys soccer
Woody Woodward, football/basketball/baseball/softball
Jack Fullen, Blackhawk High School athletic director
Kurt Wolfe, Pine-Richland/baseball
UAW Local 1112 held its annual Children's Christmas party on Sunday.
Over 100 families enjoyed the Santaland Brunch on Sunday at Vernon's Café, which raises money to help the Niles Community Service Food Bank.
St. Stanislaus Church held a special mass on Sunday to mark the 72nd anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Another area of low pressure will send snow to the Valley. That snow will change over to a wintry mix Sunday night which could lead to slick roads.
An East Liverpool police officer preparing to tow an illegally licensed vehicle Friday found something more than he expected: a box of holiday-themed crack cocaine.
Christmas officially kicked off Saturday in the city of Youngstown.
A new burger was crowned "king" of the Mahoning Valley Saturday.
A fashion show was held in Warren Saturday to help children who are living in a shelter.
Habitat for Humanity of Mahoning County dedicated its 39th house on Saturday. It's been a long journey to get to this day, including the cleanup after vandals and thieves threatened the project.
Eastern Gateway Community College in Youngstown held an open house Saturday. The event is just one of many the school will be hosting to attract more students.
The sounds of the holiday season could be heard in Niles Saturday as a Valley tradition returned to the Eastwood Mall.
American Red Cross workers stayed busy Saturday at a holiday blood drive in Boardman.
UPDATE: A Canfield student won big on national television Saturday.
Allegiant Airlines will begin charging a fee for printing boarding passes beginning May 1, 2014.
Several hundred fans made the trip to Massillon to cheer on the Youngstown Cardinal Mooney football team as it went for its ninth state championship.
A Salem woman was arrested on a drug charge after a raid at her home on Thursday.