Christina Mullen, WKBN 27 First News

Christina Mullen

WKBN 27 First News

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Past articles by Christina:

Eastwood Mall offering free space to business that makes protective equipment

Do you know how to sew face masks? Hand sanitizer? The Eastwood Mall would like to hear from you. → Read More

Canfield business giving away free pizzas to frontline worker

Waypoint 4180 in Canfield is giving back to those on the frontlines. → Read More

Watch: How to make floral centerpieces

Fodor Tree Farm is doing a series of videos for Bath and Body Works. → Read More

Coronavirus in Ohio Thursday update: Gov. DeWine, Dr. Acton to provide 2pm update

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton will be holding their daily update on the spread of COVID-19 in the state, at 2pm, Thursday. As of Wednesday, a total of 17,303 cases have been reported in the state, leading to 3,421 hospitalizations and 937 deaths. On […] → Read More

Local flower farm getting recognition from collaboration with Bath and Body Works

Farmhouse Blooms by Fodor Tree Farm is doing a series of videos for Bath and Body Works’ social media outlet. → Read More

Handel’s reopens 6 stores in Valley with call-ahead service

Handle’s Ice Cream is reopening some locations in the Valley Tuesday. → Read More

Coronavirus in Ohio Wednesday update: Gov. DeWine, Dr. Amy Acton to hold daily briefing

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Lt. Governor Jon Husted and Ohio Department of Health Director Dr. Amy Acton will hold a media briefing Wednesday afternoon to discuss the latest efforts to slow the spread of coronavirus in Ohio. That briefing is expected around 2 p.m. and can be streamed live right here. As […] → Read More

Niles plumber offering virtual appointments

The coronavirus pandemic is changing the way a lot of us do our jobs, even plumbers. → Read More

Local pizza shop gets creative with carryout options

It’s been one week since schools closed and as kids get stir crazy, a local pizza shop is rolling out a new feature to help keep families busy. → Read More

2 Howland restaurants team up to deliver and help out laid-off employees

Red Plum and the Chop House in Howland are teaming up. → Read More

Youngstown restaurant reopens after a year with new name

The restaurant still features all of its signature dishes including crab legs, salmon and calamari. However, the menu has expanded. → Read More

Brier Hill Festival kicks off 28th year

Preparations are underway for the 28th Annual Brier Hill Festival in Youngstown, Ohio. → Read More

Lakeview schools lead Valley in early school start

Lakeview Local Schools started class on Thursday, Aug. 15. → Read More

Tree crashes into house in McDonald

A house sustained extensive damage Thursday after a tree crashed into it in McDonald. → Read More

Police identify victims in New Castle triple shooting

One of the victims in a New Castle triple shooting is a 15-year-old boy. → Read More

Coffee with a Cop honors fallen Girard officer

Some donors can receive free coffee for one year.  → Read More

Summer lineup released for Warren's River Rock at the Amp

The summer concert lineup for the River Rock at the Amp was released Monday. → Read More

Youngstown church holds festival

Dinner will be served at 12:30 and 3 p.m. performances will follow. → Read More

Downtown Youngstown bar inside B&O Station launches new kitchen

On Wednesdays, the Boxcar Lounge offers 20 percent off to first responders. → Read More

Warren hosting tasting event

The 3rd annual Taste of Warren is from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. → Read More