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The executive director of Mill Creek MetroParks, Dennis Miller, discusses the issue of fracking within Mill Creek MetroParks land. Todd Franko plays the devil's advocate for extravagant fracking-funded amenities in the park.
Dennis Miller - Fracking in the park 3 comments, last updated 1 year, 11 months ago
Jacob Harver, owner of The Lemon Grove in downtown Youngstown, discusses how he measures the success of his business.
A New Metric for Success 1 comment, last updated 2 years ago
Mayor Chuck Sammarone explains his view that city government should emphasize essential services and fiscal responsibility.
Mayor Chuck Sammarone: Essential city government 1 comment, last updated 2 years ago
Mayor Chuck Sammarone talks about the decision to suspend the city’s deputy director of public works.
Mayor Chuck Sammarone: Shasho suspension 1 comment, last updated 2 years ago
Mayor Chuck Sammarone discusses timecards, accountability, and disciplinary measures in city government.
Mayor Chuck Sammarone: Time and punishment 1 comment, last updated 2 years ago
Mayor Chuck Sammarone understands the economic forces behind fracking, but he wants the city to have control over it.
Mayor Chuck Sammarone: Control over fracking 2 comments, last updated 2 years ago
State Representative Bob Hagan discusses the damage to the environment and sources of drinking water due to the illegal dumping of fracking brine.
Brine Backlash: Poisoning the water 1 comment, last updated 2 years ago
State regulators revealed that man-made chemicals were discovered in samples taken from storage tanks at 2761 Salt Springs Road, the site of last month’s illegal drilling waste dump.
At a just completed news conference at the B&O Station near the Mahoning River, U.S. Attorney Steven M. Dettelbach said hazardous pollutants including benzene and toluene were found in samples from the tank and the river.
Lupo Charged in Brine Spill 1 comment, last updated 2 years ago
A local gun owner is concerned about proper placement of firearm signs.
Firearm Signs 6 comments, last updated 2 years ago
Two state regulatory agencies are conducting a criminal investigation into how and why up to 20,000 gallons of suspected fracking waste were dumped into a storm drain near the site of the D&L Energy Group headquarters on Salt Springs Road.
Brine Spill Salt Springs Rd. 2 comments, last updated 2 years ago
Ed Puskas, Joe Scalzo, and Mark Sweetwood are all in agreement - they really don't like Ray Lewis. After some discussion, Louie b. Free doesn't like him much either.
Hating on Ray Lewis 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 1 month ago
Tom Humphries of the Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber discusses the current trends in unemployment.
Regional Chamber: Unemployment Rate 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 1 month ago
Sarah Boyarko and Tom Humphries of the Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber talk with Louie b. Free about the promise and possibilities of the shale industry.
Regional Chamber - Utica Shale 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 1 month ago
Eleven men settled out of court with Warren John F. Kennedy High School for “upper five figures” each as a result of  sexual abuse they suffered at the hands of a man who taught, coached baseball and served as athletic trainer at the school, two of the victims and their attorney said Wednesday.
Franciscan Brother Stephen P. Baker, now living in a monastery near Altoona, Pa., fondled teenagers ages 14 to 18 from 1986 to 1990 in the school training room, elsewhere in the school and on trips outside of Warren, two of the victims said.
Brother Baker worked at the school from 1986 to 1991 but was never a member of the clergy, the Diocese of Youngstown said in a written statement. He is a member of the Franciscan Third Order Regular.
JFK Warren Abuse 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 1 month ago

Pipe Organ at Stambaugh 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 1 month ago
Sheriff Elect Jerry Greene talks to Louie Free and Bertram De Souza about the new management team he has assembled for the Mahoning County Sheriff's office.
Vindy Radio: Sheriff's new management team 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 1 month ago
Louie Free and Todd Franko discuss the life lessons they've each learned from exploring family histories.
Vindy Radio: History Lesson 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 2 months ago
Todd Franko and Louie Free give their mutual fracking friend a shout-out.
Vindy Radio: Friend of the Newsroom 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 2 months ago
Beulah Baptist Church in Youngstown held a Kwanzaa celebration.
Kwanzaa 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 2 months ago
Louie Free and Phil Kidd discuss the current state of politics in Youngstown.
Vindy Radio: Expect More 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 2 months ago
Louie Free and Phil Kidd discuss blogging and independent journalism as ways to promote awareness in a grassroots movement for improving Youngstown.
Vindy Radio: Grassroots Journalism 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 2 months ago
Louie Free discusses rumors of Phil Kidd running for Mayor of Youngstown.
Vindy Radio: Mayoral Bid 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 2 months ago
Louie Free is joined by Bertram de Souza, Mark Sweetwood, and Todd Franko as they discuss the increased production and sales of vehicles at GM's Lordstown plant.
Vindy Radio: GM Developments 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 2 months ago
Louie Free is joined by Bertram de Souza, Mark Sweetwood, and Todd Franko as they discuss their outlook for 2013 in the valley.
Vindy Radio: Outlook for 2013 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 2 months ago
Louie b. Free and editor Todd Franko discuss the housing market's collapse with Dominic Marchionda, owner of the Erie Terminal.
Vindy Radio: Collapse of the Housing Market 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 2 months ago
Dominic Marchionda discusses his current properties in downtown Youngstown and his plans for the coming year with editor Todd Franko and Louie b. Free.
Vindy Radio: Downtown's Future 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 2 months ago
Louie b. Free talks with Editor Todd Franko during his Thursday broadcast from The Vindicator Newsroom.
Vindy Radio: The Louie Free Show 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 2 months ago
Soaring 175 feet above Youngstown the First Presbyterian Church steeple is a city landmark.
First Presbyterian Church Steeple 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 3 months ago
Bertram de Souza, Dennis Mangan, and Dave Skolnick share their perspective on the race between Josh Mandel and Sherrod Brown.
Roundtable Discussion: Josh Mandel & Sherrod Brown 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 4 months ago

Biden Clinton Rally: Reactions 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 4 months ago
The Vindicator's David Skolnick was on MSNBC Saturday, Oct. 13, to discuss his views on this year's presidential  campaign in Ohio.
Skolnick talks to MSNBC 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 4 months ago
This is a portion of the video released by the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office showing an altercation between a deputy sheriff and prisoner Duniek Christian in the county jail. The matter is under investigation.
Alleged Deputy Assault 36 comments, last updated 2 years, 5 months ago
Mountains of trash are produced every day at the Canfield Fair. Larry Bowman and his crew are experts at cleaning it up.
Cleaning Up At The Fair 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 6 months ago

UAW Beginnings @ Lordstown 2 comments, last updated 2 years, 6 months ago
Blitz is back for the 2012 High School Football season!
Blitz 2012 Promo 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 6 months ago
Hundreds of people attended a candle light vigil in Rockford Village in Youngstown for 8 year old murder victim Bryce Linebaugh who was killed by a stray bullet while sleeping in his bunk bed.
Candle Light Vigil 3 comments, last updated 2 years, 6 months ago

Wilson Arraignment 3 comments, last updated 2 years, 6 months ago
Youngstown's 48th mayor Charles P. Sammarone talks about his first year in office.
Charles Sammarone's First Year As Mayor 2 comments, last updated 2 years, 7 months ago
Baristas at a new coffee shop in Boardman wear bikinis.
Bikini Baristas 4 comments, last updated 2 years, 7 months ago
A Columbus artist is painting a mural in Youngstown's Idora neighborhood.
Idora Neighborhood Mural 2 comments, last updated 2 years, 7 months ago

Obama Visits Poland School 3 comments, last updated 2 years, 8 months ago
President Barack Obama made a campaign stop in the Valley today. 8 year old  
Sanisa Moore was on hand for the event.
President Obama Visits the Valley 7 comments, last updated 2 years, 8 months ago
Jai'Lyn Mosley is a Vindicator allstar.
Jai'Lyn Mosley 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 8 months ago
Jenna Modic is a Vindicator Allstar
Jenna Modic 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 8 months ago
Green Energy Ohio stopped in Champion today on a 534-mile trip around Ohio promoting the electric Chevy Volt. Green Energy Ohio board member Greg Kuss has owned a Volt for one year and takes us for a ride.
Electric Vehicles 2 comments, last updated 2 years, 9 months ago
Steve Beck is the third generation of his family to operate a small farm in Pulaski, Pa. He expresses his concerns about fracking.
Steve Beck 4 comments, last updated 2 years, 9 months ago
Youngstown police found two people shot to death in a East Avondale home Tuesday.
Youngstown Double Homicide 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 9 months ago
The Greater Valley Grocery Association, in conjunction with the Wick Park
Neighborhood Committee, is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading
to the capture and conviction of three men who, at gunpoint, robbed and beat
the owner of the Rainbow Red and White Grocery Store.
Grocery store robbery and beating 6 comments, last updated 2 years, 10 months ago
an operating a vehicle while impaired charge against professional boxer Kelly Pavlik was dismissed in a Friday plea deal due to lack of evidence, Pavlik’s lawyer said in court.
The former middleweight champion then pleaded guilty to two minor misdemeanors, failure to control a vehicle and failure to report an accident; and Judge Scott Hunter fined him $150 on each count and gave him 30 days to pay.
The failure to report charge was a lesser charge that replaced an original charge of leaving the scene of an accident.
Pavlik was arrested Dec. 21 near his Sugarbush Drive home after authorities said he and a friend wrecked two all-terrain vehicles on a neighboring property, destroying a lamppost and causing other damage.
Kelly Pavlik, Canfield Court 4 comments, last updated 2 years, 10 months ago
Narrated by Elise Franco

Like most healthy Labrador retrievers, Beo loves water and loves to fetch. 
The four-year-old black lab barrels toward the lake at his temporary home and leaps into the water after a stick thrown by a visitor. Once he grabs it, he paddles to the shore, jumps out, drops the stick, shakes off and waits for the next throw.
Beo’s temporary home is with Paula and Dom Carella of Northeast Ohio Labrador Retriever Rescue, where he’s one of 19 labs and lab mixes.
Beo’s owner, Private First Class Michelle Delvillan, and her husband, Robin Rodrigues, are stationed in South Korea with the Army.
Delvillan left the dog with a family before she left last September, but that family could no longer care for the dog.
Beo Finds Temporary Home 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 10 months ago
A 25-year-old South Side Woman has vowed not to return to her home until police arrest the two men who pulled a gun on her in front of her home and children this week.
Damona Walker, 25, of the South Side, was standing on Ridge Avenue watching her kids play and talking to a friend on one of the first warm days of the year earlier this week when a black Pontiac Grand AM sped past her and stopped. She said she raised her arms and asked the driver if he needed help of if there was a problem and received a response she did not expect.
Terrorized on the Southside 2 comments, last updated 2 years, 11 months ago
When the 
Cincinnati Reds, a team that had two games postponed last season because of unplayable field conditions, needed a new warning track, they looked to Slippery Rock, Pa.
When the Miami Marlins,
a team set to debut a new stadium this season, needed a new infield skin, they looked to Slippery Rock.
More than half of Major League Baseball looked to Slippery Rock for its infield soil needs.
What is the deal with Slippery Rock?
DuraEdge 1 comment, last updated 2 years, 11 months ago
Protestors were arrested outside of the local D&L brine injection well.
Protesters Arrested 1 comment, last updated 3 years ago
A California man got a surprise after buying a house in Youngstown.
Buyer Beware 1 comment, last updated 3 years ago
A Girard music store specializes in repairing guitars.
Guitarslinger Music 1 comment, last updated 3 years ago
Steve Croley in Youngstown Municipal Court
Steve Croley 5 comments, last updated 3 years ago
Jay Macejko and Paul Gains, Mahoning County Prosecutor Candidates
Mahoning County Prosecutor's Race 5 comments, last updated 3 years ago
Thomas E. Stewart, executive vice president of the Ohio Oil and Gas Association and Mike Chadsey, campaign manager for Energy in Depth discuss the recent earthquakes in the area.
Earthquakes 2 comments, last updated 3 years ago
Thomas E. Stewart, executive vice president of the Ohio Oil and Gas Association and Mike Chadsey, campaign manager for Energy in Depth discuss opportunities happening throughout the state of Ohio.
Job Production 1 comment, last updated 3 years ago
Thomas E. Stewart, executive vice president of the Ohio Oil and Gas Association and Mike Chadsey, campaign manager for Energy in Depth discuss the Utica Shale and Clinton Sandstone.
Utica Development 3 comments, last updated 3 years ago

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