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Katie Rickman | The Vindicator.Brothers in Food tasted signature dishes at the CC Restaurant in Boardman, testing dishes like duck, PEI muscles, Ahi Tuna and much more one Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014. Featured in photo is a signature dish of Ahi tuna. Katie Rickman | The Vindicator.Brothers in Food tasted signature dishes at the CC Restaurant in Boar 1 comment, last updated 1 month, 1 week ago
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Brad Wineburner of Poland, a junior at Mahoning County Career and Technical Center, Canfield, shows off his candy-wrapper tie after the 2011 Spring Trash Bash at the school. MCCTC’s interactive multimedia students and the Mahoning County Green team presented the Trash Bash fashion show Tuesday, where students fashioned recycled items into clothing. Brad Wineburner of Poland, a junior at Mahoning County Career and Technical Center, Canfield, shows 8 comments, last updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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Hubbard Township Officer Justin Rydarowicz reacts to being shocked with a stun gun as fellow Officer Ken Steepleton, left, and Youngstown Officer Carlo Eggleston assist during police training Thursday night in Hubbard. Hubbard Township Officer Justin Rydarowicz reacts to being shocked with a stun gun as fellow Officer 3 comments, last updated 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Next year, Youngstown schools will be one of, if not the only school district in the country with the type of technology and program offered through the Discovery Learning Program. Janahy Robinson, 17, a student in the Chaney Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics program, works on her project, using equipment at the McDonough Museum of Art, similar to what will be at the Discovery program at Kirkmere school next year. Next year, Youngstown schools will be one of, if not the only school district in the country with th 3 comments, last updated 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Former lightweight boxing champion and Youngstown native Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini signs copies of his biography, “The Good Son,” along with author Mark Kriegel during a book signing Thursday at Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Boardman. The bookstore gave out more than 500 wristbands to autograph seekers, who waited in line for hours to meet the boxer. Former lightweight boxing champion and Youngstown native Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini signs copies of his 7 comments, last updated 4 months, 3 weeks ago
ROBERT K YOSAY  | THE VINDICATOR. Plans to salvage the ornate facade of the long-vacant Paramount Theatre property in downtown Youngstown could be in jeopardy after a preliminary engineering study found the landmark facade may not be in strong enough to withstand demolition of the rest of the structure. A group is seeking to turn the property into an amphitheater and outdoor gathering space, ROBERT K YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR. Plans to salvage the ornate facade of the long-vacant Paramount Th 9 comments, last updated 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Remnants of Youngstown’s 1940-vintage Westlake Terrace Apartments housing project, the country’s oldest public-housing development, were under demolition Tuesday. Former Westlake residents, who have relocated to other Youngstown Metropolitan Housing Authority properties or to Section 8 housing, will get first priority for housing in the Village at Arlington, which will replace the remainder of Westlake. Remnants of Youngstown’s 1940-vintage Westlake Terrace Apartments housing project, the country 7 comments, last updated 5 months ago
Canfield Mayor Bernie Kosar Sr. conducts mayor’s court earlier this week. A defendant discusses his case with Kosar. Canfield Mayor Bernie Kosar Sr. conducts mayor’s court earlier this week. A defendant discusses his 1 comment, last updated 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Aaron Chine, owner of Chinebox Ink on Mahoning Avenue, is the painter of murals at the Austintown schools. The murals depict falcons in various stages at each of the district’s four schools. Chine, a Fitch High graduate, says he has always been into art and works with all forms. Aaron Chine, owner of Chinebox Ink on Mahoning Avenue, is the painter of murals at the Austintown sc 1 comment, last updated 11 months, 2 weeks ago
Jack Kidd, left, and Larry Cadman stand before the Austintown Veteran’s Memorial located at Falcon Stadium. The memorial began as project to honor their friends, Army 2nd. Lt. Charles Brown and Marine Sgt. James
Prommersberger, who were both killed in action in the Vietnam War. Jack Kidd, left, and Larry Cadman stand before the Austintown Veteran’s Memorial located at Falcon S 1 comment, last updated 1 year, 2 months ago
Youngstown Police Chief Rod Foley, left, and Mayor Charles Sammarone, right, flank seven new police officers who were sworn in Monday, who are, in no particular order, Brian Ferreri, Thomas Wisener, Timothy Edwards, Stephen Gaetano, Hannah Banks, Daniel Zakrajsek and Kenneth Garling. Youngstown Police Chief Rod Foley, left, and Mayor Charles Sammarone, right, flank seven new police 1 comment, last updated 1 year, 4 months ago
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Alaina Hoolihan, a 2012 graduate of Howland High School, will make her TV debut in VH1’s “Hit The Floor,” a scripted reality show about the dancers for a professional basketball franchise. Alaina Hoolihan, a 2012 graduate of Howland High School, will make her TV debut in VH1’s “Hit The Fl 1 comment, last updated 1 year, 5 months ago
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West Side Cats is preparing for its second annual motorcycle poker run July 21 at Austintown Park. Dave Childers sits on his bike with Smoochie, one of many rescued cats and kittens. Vendors who sell motorcycle-related items, pet-related items, crafts, art and more are needed. Vendors will pay $15 for each 10-by-10-foot space. Donations are being sought for new items and gift cards for gift baskets that will be raffled at the event. Three bands will perform, baskets will be auctioned, and there will be a 50-50 raffle. Food also will be available. Space fees and small items may be dropped off at the shelter during adoption hours from 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and from noon to 6 p.m. Saturdays. For information call 330-519-5002. SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR West Side Cats is preparing for its second annual motorcycle poker run Ju 1 comment, last updated 1 year, 6 months ago
Lt. Pete Lucic, left, and Maj. Harold Firster of the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office stand guard in front of the county courthouse Monday afternoon. They were preparing for two men to appear for their first hearing in the Nov. 11 shooting death of Marco Dukes, 32. Lt. Pete Lucic, left, and Maj. Harold Firster of the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office stand guard in 1 comment, last updated 2 years ago
VINDICATOR FILE PHOTO...A parade of Vindicator carriers passes by the Paramount Theater, downtown Youngstown, in 1937. At left of the theater is McKelvey's Department Store, one of two anchor stores on West Federal Street, along with Strouss-Hirschberg's. VINDICATOR FILE PHOTO...A parade of Vindicator carriers passes by the Paramount Theater, downtown Yo 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 2 months ago
John Way participates in a pasta eating contest at the Greater Youngstown Italian Festival on August 4, 2012. John Way participates in a pasta eating contest at the Greater Youngstown Italian Festival on August 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 3 months ago
Dustin Shamp tries to sample a bite of fish from his fiancée, DeAnna Hardwick, of Poland at the weekly fish fry at the Youngstown Maennerchor on Mahoning Avenue. The couple has been coming to the dinners for years. Dustin Shamp tries to sample a bite of fish from his fiancée, DeAnna Hardwick, of Poland at the week 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 5 months ago
Dignitaries conducted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday at the Youngstown Metropolitan Housing Authority’s 76-unit Brier Hill Annex apartment complex, which has undergone a nearly two-year, $10 million federally funded renovation. Dignitaries conducted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday at the Youngstown Metropolitan Housing Autho 2 comments, last updated 2 years, 5 months ago
This is one of the favorite photos that Janice Rovnak of Youngstown has of herself and her mother, Betty Ford, also of Youngstown. They're both breast-cancer survivors and have supported each other as mother and daughter and as friends. "Look at her smile," Janice says of her mother, "does that look like someone who's given up?" This is one of the favorite photos that Janice Rovnak of Youngstown has of herself and her mother, B 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 5 months ago
Members of the East Palestine softball team celebrate after getting the third out to beat Girard during Thursdays district championship game at South Range High School in Canfield. Dustin Livesay  |  The Vindicator Members of the East Palestine softball team celebrate after getting the third out to beat Girard dur 2 comments, last updated 2 years, 6 months ago
Self-portrait of photographer William D. Lewis in a downtown window. Self-portrait of photographer William D. Lewis in a downtown window. 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 8 months ago
Austintown resident Ed Port, 41, poses with his cat, Spike, on the balcony of his apartment. Earlier this month, Port, who suffers from neurofibromatosis, underwent a third surgery to remove large tumors that covered much of his face. Austintown resident Ed Port, 41, poses with his cat, Spike, on the balcony of his apartment. Earlier 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 8 months ago
ROBERT  K.  YOSAY  | THE VINDICATOR --..FOR THE FACES - Eric Schumacher of St Joseph & Immaculate Heart of Mary - The 79th  Regional Spelling Bee sponsored by the Vindicator was held at YSU Kilcawley Center with 65 spellers vieing for the coveted trophy and trip to Washington for the National Spelling Bee s--30-..(AP Photo/The Vindicator, Robert K. Yosay) ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR --..FOR THE FACES - Eric Schumacher of St Joseph & Immaculate He 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 8 months ago
Joshua Colvin and his friend, Alexis Duvall, graduated from kindergarten at Taft Elementary School in Youngstown on June 7. Joshua Colvin and his friend, Alexis Duvall, graduated from kindergarten at Taft Elementary School i 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 9 months ago
Many city residents and local leaders are excited about the opening of three Bottom Dollar Food stores in Youngstown, most notably for the chain’s produce sections. Many city residents and local leaders are excited about the opening of three Bottom Dollar Food stor 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 9 months ago
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About 100 fracking protestors are standing outside the First National Tower downtown calling for a moratorium on fracking. The protestors also marched around the Covelli Centre, the site of today's Youngstown Ohio Utica and Natural Gas conference and expo. 
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Youngstown Police Chief Rod Foley, left, welcomed six new offi cers to the department after a
swearing-in ceremony at city hall. They are, from left, Nick Bailey, Eric Ruschak, Michael Medvec,
Nick Menichini, Jose Morales and Jimmy Hughes Jr. Youngstown Police Chief Rod Foley, left, welcomed six new offi cers to the department after a swear 1 comment, last updated 3 years ago
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ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR..After Death Day Care halloween display -  606 Niles Road, Niles--Spray painted baby dolls hanging from trees, cribs etc. very gory and offensive, a resident says.  City hall cannot do anything about it.  Homeowner spoke to Cohen on Monday.....  --30-.. ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR..After Death Day Care halloween display - 606 Niles Road, Niles--S 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 1 month ago
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After the room make-over, Dante DelSignore’s basement became an official “man cave,” complete with football memorabilia and big screen TV. DelSignore, who was first diagnosed with bone cancer in 2007, saw the basement for the first time Thursday. After the room make-over, Dante DelSignore’s basement became an official “man cave,” complete with f 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 1 month ago
Carmen Lanzo has his hair clipped by his sister, Kiersten Lanzo, and Eva Colwell at a rally Thursday for the Mooney football team. The rally also was designed to show solidarity with Mooney senior Dante DelSignore who has battled cancer for four years and is receiving his fourth round of chemotherapy in his battle against osteosarcoma. Carmen Lanzo has his hair clipped by his sister, Kiersten Lanzo, and Eva Colwell at a rally Thursday 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 2 months ago
One of the newest additions to downtown Youngstown is the  Downtown Circle Convenience & Deli store, 116 W. Federal St., owned by Al Adi and his wife, Fidaa Adi. At far right is Art Herzallah, a manager. The increase in people living downtown has benefited the business, Al Adi says. One of the newest additions to downtown Youngstown is the Downtown Circle Convenience & Deli store, 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 2 months ago
Melissa Moliterno, 17, left, the 2011 Junior Fair queen, gets her tiara from last year’s queen DeLorean Jones of Austintown. Melissa, of Canfield, received the honor Thursday at the Canfield Fair’s annual Youth Day Royal Court ceremony. Melissa Moliterno, 17, left, the 2011 Junior Fair queen, gets her tiara from last year’s queen DeLor 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 2 months ago
Billie Jean’s best friends, from left standing, are Gretchen Brown, Moris Jadue, Blackwood Pet Food representative Mike McGarry and owner Tim Wagner; and seated from left, Tara McKibben, Tess Tessier and Bert Wagner. Billie Jean’s best friends, from left standing, are Gretchen Brown, Moris Jadue, Blackwood Pet Food 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 2 months ago
Warren Harding head coach Rick Rios has a few words for the official after a play. Warren Harding head coach Rick Rios has a few words for the official after a play. 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 2 months ago
Rick Monaco, left, regional sales manager for Little Debbie Foods, hands the keys to the Airstream Trailer in the background to Jessica Clifford of Niles, who won it in a contest  sponsored by the snack food company. At right during Tuesday’s ceremony was Clifford’s fiance, Cory Diles of Braceville. Rick Monaco, left, regional sales manager for Little Debbie Foods, hands the keys to the Airstream T 2 comments, last updated 3 years, 3 months ago
Ruby is a 3-year-old Border Collie/Australian Shepherd mix. Megan Perencevic Calvaruso of Youngstown found her in May 2010 on the city's East Side. She coaxed Ruby into her car, cleaned her up, took her to the vet and took her home to enjoy life. She adds: "Many Boardman residents may recognize Ruby's picture as she was a "lost dog" for five days last July. Not long after Ruby was adopted my husband and I took Ruby over to my parents' home in Boardman. While we ran errands, Ruby escaped their fenced in backyard. My father, sister and neighbor chased her on foot and by car but lost sight of her near the Boardman Public Library. We immediately started a campaign to get Ruby back. Over 1500 posters were printed and hung in virtually every business and on every telephone pole in Boardman. Five days later, I received a call from a Boardman police officer saying she spotted Ruby on Roche Way in Boardman. I spent the next four hours canvassing the neighborhood. Then, after hours of searching, I saw two cars stopped up ahead on the road. Seconds later, Ruby appeared. I couldn't believe it. I called her name, she came running and we have never been apart since. I found this dog ... twice!." Ruby is a 3-year-old Border Collie/Australian Shepherd mix. Megan Perencevic Calvaruso of Youngstown 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 3 months ago
Boardman Township Administrator Jason Loree assesses the amount of trash along the former Youngstown & Southern rail line in the township. Boardman Township Administrator Jason Loree assesses the amount of trash along the former Youngstown 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 4 months ago
ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR..WARREN Ñ Believers Christian Fellowship was filled to overflowing today as funeral services began for the six victims of last week's deadly fire at 911 Landsdowne Ave. NW...Mourners gathered to honor and remember Audrea Johnson, 31; Derek Dorsey Sr., 30; their two children, Derek Dorsey Jr., 11, and Ariell Dorsey, 9; Derek Sr.Õs niece, Miracle Hugley, 9; and AudreaÕs niece, JaÕNiece Hicks, 13, of Columbus...Six caskets lined the front of the church for the service...-30- ROBERT K. YOSAY | THE VINDICATOR..WARREN Ñ Believers Christian Fellowship was filled to overflowing 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 5 months ago
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Halo is given medical attention. She was treated the night of May 31 after being hit by a car about 24 hours earlier. Halo is given medical attention. She was treated the night of May 31 after being hit by a car ... 2 comments, last updated 3 years, 5 months ago
Poland Village police need help identifying this woman who they suspect stole another woman’s debit card and used it to purchase more than $250 worth of merchandise at local stores. The woman, pictured here at the Perfume Collection kiosk at Southern Park Mall, was seen driving away in a silver, four-door Chevrolet Impala. Poland Village police need help identifying this woman who they suspect stole another woman’s debit 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 5 months ago
Chico, a Dutch shepherd, trained to serve as a police dog by Tri-State Canine Services of Trumbull County for the city of New Castle. The dog died Saturday after being left in a cruiser for two hours in 
90-degree temperatures. Chico, a Dutch shepherd, trained to serve as a police dog by Tri-State Canine Services of Trumbull C 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 5 months ago
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From left to right: Mike Terry Daprile of Boardman, Norman Weimer Sr. of Youngstown, Frank Prato of Poland, Jack Thompson of Vienna and Ronald Ingalls of Northfield, pray during a service conferring them from 3rd to 4th degree masons at St. Charles in Boardman Saturday afternoon. From left to right: Mike Terry Daprile of Boardman, Norman Weimer Sr. of Youngstown, Frank Prato of 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 6 months ago
Chance was found wandering in Sharon, Pa., on April 10 with burns over more than 50 percent of his body. He also was emaciated and had three broken teeth. Chance was found wandering in Sharon, Pa., on April 10 with burns over more than 50 percent of his ... 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 7 months ago
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Girard baserunner Dominic Aurilio tries to break up a double play as Campbell infi elder Joel Cruz sets to throw during Monday’s game in Girard. Girard baserunner Dominic Aurilio tries to break up a double play as Campbell infi elder Joel Cruz s 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 7 months ago
Cicero Davis, environmental health director for the Youngstown Health Department, and Brenda Williams, the city’s chief building official, take note of an abandoned gasoline station at 1225 Oak Hill Ave. during a Friday inspection. Cicero Davis, environmental health director for the Youngstown Health Department, and Brenda William 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 7 months ago
Featuring the DelColle children of Liberty township: Sam, Mary, Louie and Frankie. Photo submitted by Eric DelColle. Featuring the DelColle children of Liberty township: Sam, Mary, Louie and Frankie. Photo submitted b 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 7 months ago
Firefighters and HAZMAT crews from Mahoning Trumbull and Portage county assess the damage Monday after a CSX train carrying ammonia and chlorine derailed near North Center Street in Newton Falls. Firefighters and HAZMAT crews from Mahoning Trumbull and Portage county assess the damage Monday aft 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 8 months ago
Kenneth Whatley of Youngstown pleaded not guilty to charges tied to suspected LSP gang activity. Kenneth Whatley of Youngstown pleaded not guilty to charges tied to suspected LSP gang activity. 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 8 months ago
Artist Linda Clark of Hubbard recently completed a beach mural scene in the office at Helping Hands Pediatrics in Sharon, Pa. In the window-less work space, Clark created out-the-window views of the ocean and beach and a large mural of a beach scene. She worked around office equipment to do the paintings. Artist Linda Clark of Hubbard recently completed a beach mural scene in the office at Helping Hands 1 comment, last updated 3 years, 8 months ago

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