Over 120 emergency personnel and volunteers from Eagle Joint Fire District got together Saturday morning.
She was accompanied by two-time Oscar-winning actress Sally Field.
The fundraiser benefits the Beatitude House, which helps women and children dealing with poverty.
Also taking place on Saturday: a parade, trolley tours, a classic car show and an autograph session with NFL legends.
The four actors stopped at Clinton’s campaign office and talked about why they are supporting her for president.
Every mile along the marathon route featured a different “ACH Hero.”
Seven musical theater students from YSU got the chance to go to Norway to learn how to perform with other students.
Since competing, Amanda Beagle has traveled the world singing on cruise ships and now lives in New York City.
St. Vincent DePaul’s soup kitchen in Youngstown had a water line break in a bathroom Friday night above its main dining hall.
An autopsy showed the baby suffered from blunt force trauma to the head and her death was ruled a homicide.
Stan rappelled down the 18-story Metropolitan Building in downtown Youngstown as part of a fundraising event for the Beatitude House.
Saturation patrols will also be conducted throughout the weekend.
The event is scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday at Leetonia High School.
Some residents say the foot patrol helps break down barriers between officers and the community, but others aren’t buying it.
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The woman told police that the man had been treating her 22-year-old son who has autism and schizophrenia.
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Players don’t need to be present to claim full winnings of the approximately $3 million drawing at Skylane Bowling.
As the man started to charge his phone, several other men began attacking the victim, according to a police report.
She said she heard someone walking around the house on York Avenue, but thought it was her husband.