Szwedko was training for the Mill Creek Distance Classic marathon when she was hit by a vehicle last weekend.
Airport security says the item, which looked suspicious through the X-ray, turned out to be deer meat.
The city laid off three firefighters, three police officers and six other city employees recently.
The office will serve as a community hub for Clinton’s supporters and volunteers.
From handling to proper feeding, the 11 classes covered animals of all sizes.
The event showcased historical and contemporary fashions for 160 girls and their American Girl dolls.
The riots in the city lasted for 18 hours straight and made national news.
Thirty seniors were selected by their schools for leadership qualities, academic excellence and creativity.
Cody Pitts was shot and killed after leaving the Downtown Coffee Café last March.
Trump’s advocates have no doubt that he’ll be on November’s ballot, but Sen. Sherrod Brown doesn’t think he’s fit to lead the country.
The 31-year tradition includes chili eating and golf putting contests.
Police said the suspect was intoxicated and had a history of “instigating male companions at her home.”
The Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber and local leaders traveled to Cuba last week to explore exporting opportunities.
The two Democrats running for president — Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders — will both have offices in Niles, leading up the primary.
The surveillance video shows Marcus Crum pushing an 11-year-old student into a classroom and then slamming her into a locker.
Leno, a car buff, admired the collection at the National Packard Museum. He caught up with WKBN at the museum Friday.
Police said the alleged victim was covered in blood and had a swollen lump on the side of her face.
City officials have condemned a woman’s home after finding poor conditions there.
Warmer weather has led to more people visiting and shopping at the Grove City Premium Outlets.
City officials have condemned the woman’s house, and no one can live there until repairs are made.