Noah Daniels-Wilder, WKBN 27 First News

Noah Daniels-Wilder

WKBN 27 First News

Youngstown, OH, United States

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Past articles by Noah:

Butler museum displays work of renowned fine arts photographer

This is the third time that the museum is displaying the works of Holger Keifel. The show, called "Only in America," includes 39 photographs for guests to see. → Read More

Glacier baseball team serves community at Rescue Mission

Sloan believes the service day teaches his players about life in ways that sports cannot. → Read More

New exhibit tells stories of Youngstown's past

They focus on the Steel Mills' impact on the community with a video playing in the background, explaining how people from other states and cities would rush to work in Youngstown. → Read More

Leadership workshop enhances community-building through gardening

Joan Sullivan is the president of Central City Neighborhood, an organization that helps build community gardens in Warren. → Read More

GM CEO: 'We're focused on the people of Lordstown, making sure they have opportunities'

Mary Barra spoke out for the first time since backlash about stopping production at the GM Lordstown plant. → Read More

Group works to keep young professionals local with monthly networking event

Business owners and employees are taking advantage of it, hoping to grow the Valley's economy. → Read More

Youngstown motel considered historic safe space for black people

The motel printed its way into the Green Book along with other hotels, restaurants and night clubs that would accept black people. → Read More

Mahoning County Drug Court catches attention of Ohio governor

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine plans to expand 30 drug courts across the state, adding $7.5 million to the drug court budget. → Read More

As YSU's international student enrollment increases, so do local economic opportunities

YSU has the second highest growth rate of international student enrollment in the country. → Read More

Crowds and floats flood streets for St. Patrick's Day Parade

Former GM Lordstown workers also participated in the parade. They passed out posters to highlight events that happened at the plant over the past 63 years. → Read More

Church in Youngstown up for auction

Built in 1940, the church has just over 11,000 square feet. → Read More

Youngstown Tattoo Classic expo revived in Valley after a decade

The expo shut down 10 years ago and no one knew for sure when it would return. Tattoo artist Hope Sweany brought the expo back to life this year. → Read More

Boardman daycare prepares children for grade school through technology

The children write numbers and letters on the tablets with their fingers. The writing then shows up on the smart TV in front of the class, giving them a visual aid of the example and how they wrote it in real-time. → Read More

Soldier for GM Lordstown says he standing fast in spite of closure

Werner Lange has been behind GM Lordstown and workers there from the beginning. → Read More

Sen. Sherrod Brown says talks to save GM Lordstown are not over

Brown says GM has several options. → Read More

Something sweet was delivered in Niles

Everyone's favorite cookies are finally in the Valley. → Read More

Tensions rise as illegal dumping in Youngstown continues

Illegal dumping is a misdemeanor offense, but city leaders are working with state attorney generals to make it a felony. → Read More

Annual teacher and substitute teaching fair held at MCCTC

If you missed this teaching and substitute teaching fair, they plan on having another one around the same time next year. → Read More

Spring approaches, allergy season on the horizon

Many people around the country suffer from allergies. In Ohio, it's no different. → Read More

New hair salon works to change color of Youngstown community

The owner says she wants to be inclusive to all types of hair styles and people. She also wants the salon to help the community change its colors. → Read More