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Senators rally to stun Penguins in 2OT

Senators rally to stun Penguins in 2OT OTTAWA (AP) — Colin Greening scored 7:39 into double

47 get diplomas from Youngstown Early College

47 get diplomas from Youngstown Early College YOUNGSTOWN The 2013 graduates of the Youngstown

Indians blank Mariners 6-0

Indians blank Mariners 6-0 CLEVELAND (AP) — Justin Masterson struck out a season-high 11 in seven

Locke, Pirates shut down Astros 1-0

Locke, Pirates shut down Astros 1-0 PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jeff Locke allowed three hits over seven

UPDATE: Vindicator honored with top state awards

Division IV Ohio Associated Press Media Editors competition, for newspapers with daily circulation of 25,000 to 74,999

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Miss Kacenga, Mr. Schneider will wed in July

Lauren Kacenga and Dominic Schneider, both of Stow, Ohio, are engaged, their parents are announcing.

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Sammartino, Codrea nuptials planned in June

Jennifer Sammartino of Delaware, Ohio, and Jason Codrea of Gahanna, Ohio, are engaged, their parents

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Reynolds-Perez June vows will be exchanged

AUSTINTOWN Kip and Julie Reynolds of Austintown are announcing the engagement of their daughter,

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Candice Davis | Benjamin Phelps

YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown Club provided the setting for the 6:30 p.m., July 5, 2012, wedding of

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Amanda Davis | Andrew Seldomridge

BOARDMAN Amanda Lynn Davis and Andrew Jacob Seldomridge exchanged wedding vows at 1:30 p.m. July

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JCL begins working on Cinderella Ball

JCL begins working on Cinderella Ball BOARDMAN The Junior Civic League is preparing for its 58th


TRUMBULL COUNTY The Trumbull County Office of Elderly Affairs offers well-balanced meals at 12


55-Plus Club of Mineral Ridge will meet at St. Mary Church at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday. After the meeting


MONDAY Garden Gate will tour the garden of Gordon Viejebic of Burghill. A dutch treat will follow.

Golfers: Think green to help heart health

An American Heart Association golf classic promises prizes and a celebrity.

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WEDNESDAY Past Officers Club will meet for a salad luncheon at noon at the Poland Library.


Austintown Senior Center, 100 Westchester Drive, has planned the following: Monday, open exercise at

Habitat's ReStore 5th anniversary celebration tent sale Thursday

Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 480 Youngstown-Poland Road, will have a fifth anniversary celebration with a tent sale from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday to thank the donors, volunteers, customers and community.

Composed Gardner cruises again

As his opponent vented his frustration by screaming at himself, firing tennis balls into the fence and flipping his racquet in the air, Poland junior Garrett Gardner kept his composure even in the toughest moments of Saturday’s Division II sectional final.

150 hold candles, hope for missing Springfield attorney's return

His car, with his cell phone, keys and a broken watch, were found in Boardman

Shade shines for Newton Falls in sectional final

The pitcher hit the game-winning sacrifice fly as the Tigers topped Girard.

Actor O’Neill carries a little bit of Youngstown everywhere

By BOB JACKSON YOUNGSTOWN Everywhere Ed O’Neill’s career has taken him over the

Water for local gas and oil drilling is coming from ponds, public water supplies

Selling water for gas and oil drilling is helping the bottom line for water departments in Trumbull and Mahoning counties.

Six qualify for Strongman nationals

The event raised between $500 and $1,000 for the American Cancer Society.

23 bouts set for K.O. semis CAMPBELL The 25th annual K.O. Drugs high school boxing tournament resumes

About 300 volunteers gathered to clean up Youngstown

By SEAN BARRON YOUNGSTOWN Passing one two-story crumbling home in the 3400

Suicide survivors offer help, awareness at annual walk in Warren

The walk brings together people whose loved ones committed suicide

Area running calendar

May Today — Mission of Love 5K at Austintown Middle School. Registration is at 1 p.m. with the

SPORTS DIGEST || YSU baseball team falls to Valparaiso, 3-2

YSU baseball team falls to Valparaiso, 3-2 valparaiso, ind The Youngstown State baseball team

Austintown Fitch High School graduates 348

By ELISE McKEOWN SKOLNICK AUSTINTOWN Wearing red and blue caps and gowns, the

Police say ex-Mahoning deputy shot his wife

Evidence supports the victim’s statements about the shooting

Third rabid raccoon in past month confirmed in Mahoning County

Only two rabid raccoons found in the state last year.

ARMED FORCES || VETERANS Scholarship awards

ARMED FORCES VETERANS Scholarship awards YOUNGSTOWN The Ohio War Orphans Scholarship

METRO DIGEST || Water testing workshop

Thieves pose as cops, steal from vehicle WARREN A 34-year-old Youngstown salesman reported that

Youngstown's Hollywood star urges YSU grads to persevere

Beeghly Center was the setting Saturday for graduates and their families at Youngstown State University’s spring commencement ceremonies.

BOY SCOUTS Leaders to vote soon on gay issue

Associated Press With its ranks deeply divided, the Boy Scouts of America is asking its local

Greatest Golfer of the Valley Tournament details

Juniors playSFlbQualifiers schedule Saturday at Pine Lakes – 1 p.m. start June 8 at Mohawk

METRO DIGEST || ReStore tent sale Thursday

ReStore celebration Struthers Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 480 Youngstown-Poland Road, will

Aces for Jerina, Fergerson

In the cup! Area holes in one George Jerina aced the 150-yard No. 11 at Candywood with a 7-iron.

Early personnel tests for Greene, Ginnetti

Opinion: There’s a new sheriff in town, and his name is Jerry Greene, and he’s been busy. In Austintown,

Astros edge Pirates in 11 innings

Pittsburgh manager Clint Hurdle was ejected for arguing a call.

Karzmer: Tiger’s back! (But what about The Masters?)

The columnist still has a sour taste in his mouth ... but isn’t quite sure why.

Suspect in deaths to be arraigned

Associated Press TOLEDO An arraignment is scheduled Tuesday for a 17-year-old charged in the

Dozens are injured after car drives into parade in Virginia

Associated Press DAMASCUS, Va. About 50 to 60 people were injured Saturday when a driver

Live your dreams, first lady advises high-school grads

Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. First lady Michelle Obama has some advice for some Tennessee

Last-minute fortune seekers line up for Powerball tickets

Associated Press DES MOINES, Iowa It’s all about the odds. With the majority of possible

IRS investigation ignored most-influential groups

Associated Press WASHINGTON There’s an irony in the Internal Revenue Service’s crackdown on

Spoiled dream

OXbow ends Orb’s bid for Triple crown

Did Marines fail to safeguard water supply?

Associated Press CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. A simple test could have alerted officials that the drinking

Tribe blows lead, walks off happy

Jason Kipnis scores the winning run in the ninth inning

Local physicians recommend genetic testing for cancer

BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations increase cancer risks

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Pop culture Q&A

Pop culture Q&A By Rich Heldenfels Q. I watch Encore’s Westerns channel. Robert J. Wilke is


COURTS COLUMBIANA COUNTY New complaints Autovest LLC v. Jonathan Mullen, money. Salem

Blood Drives

Blood Drives today St. Elizabeth Health Center Donor Room, 1044 Belmont Ave., Youngstown, 9

Agenda Monday

Agenda Monday Lordstown Village Council, caucus at 6 p.m., followed by regular meeting, village

Recent league scores

MEN Skilled Craftsmen (Mill Creek North, front) — Low gross: Bo Kukura 42, Ron Kukura 44, Pierre

Mr., Mrs. Kroll celebrate their 70th anniversary

CANFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kroll of Canfield marked their 70th wedding anniversary April 20 with a

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You can make a dog’s day

Opinion: You can make a dog’s day I much appreciated the arti- cle in the May 13 Vindicator concerning the


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Authorities: Police killed Hofstra student

Authorities: Police killed Hofstra student mineola, n.y. A New York college student being held

Today in history

Today is Sunday, May 19, the 139th day of 2013. There are 226 days left in the year. Associated

Man sentenced in 1994 slaying in Pa.

Associated Press EASTON, Pa. A man called one of the commonwealth’s 10-most-wanted fugitives has


NEWSMAKERS Denmark’s de Forest wins Eurovision MALMO, SWEDEN Denmark’s Emmelie de Forest has

Sens’ Spezza set to return

Ottawa is undefeated at home in playoff games

Amish inmates upset about required education

Associated Press CLEVELAND Some of the Amish sentenced in beard-cutting attacks on fellow Amish

Official: Broken rail eyed in train crash

Associated Press BRIDGEPORT, Conn. The commuter train derailment and collision that left dozens

Tee it up: upcoming golf outings

Area Golf calendar May Wednesday — Bedford Trails Junior Golf Program begins and continues every

‘Twelve Angry Men’ features 12 stellar performances at SCT

By David L. MUNNELL SALEM There are few pieces of American drama

publishers weekly BEST-SELLERS For the week ending May 12

HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “Dead Ever After” by Charlaine Harris (Ace) 2. “12th of Never” by James

McGraw recasts country special

By CHRIS TALBOTT AP Music Writer NASHVILLE, Tenn. When the producers of the Academy of Country

Obama agenda goes on

Associated Press WASHINGTON Despite Democratic fears, predictions of the demise of President

Not a toy box

McClatchy Newspapers FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. Days of Malibu living are long gone for Barbie.

Smartphone security tips

A smartphone can contain a lot of information that its owner would rather keep private. But 39

The war for mobile messaging is on

Los Angeles Times SAN FRANCISCO WhatsApp is one of Silicon Valley’s most buzzed-about

Book signing to feature Les Coe

Book signing to feature Les Coe GIRARD The Daily Grind, 824 N. State St., will be the location


By Kathy Van Mullekom McClatchy Newspapers It’s time to dream of those summertime sandwiches and

Consider waiting to buy an OLED television

Q. Do you think the new OLED TVs will be better than the best plasmas? S.E., Minneapolis A. If

Worthy women

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The 21st Annual Athena Awards are set for Thursday at Mr. Anthony’s in

Sojourn puts students on rights track

A program takes teens to the Deep South to learn about the Civil Rights Movement.

Americans eating more smoked-seafood products

Associated Press PORTLAND, Maine There’s no smoke and mirrors about it — Americans are eating a

Ask Mr. Know It All

Q. I have long enjoyed playing Jenga with my family and friends. What does the word “Jenga” mean?

Show, sale will spotlight artists

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Art Youngstown Inc., with Dorian Books/Full Circle Florist, will

Career paths & limelightS

AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS Hill, Barth & King, an accounting firm headquartered in Boardman, has

ROSEMOND || Son's statement was not disrespectful

McClatchy Newspapers Q. I went into my 17-year-old’s bedroom to wake him this morning. After

New president of YSU faces a full slate of challenges

Editorial: In the months leading up to the selection of a new president for Youngstown State University, long-

Ohio Dems could use right to work

Opinion: Why can’t the Republican majority in the Ohio General Assembly just play nice and give minority

Mel Brooks’ prolific career will be showcased Monday night in a new documentary airing on

Mel Brooks’ prolific career will be showcased Monday night in a new documentary airing on PBS’

It’s time to padlock Ohio debtor prison

Opinion: Some Ohio counties, in defiance of state and federal law, are locking away indigent defendants who

Wendell August plans huge sale

Wendell August plans huge sale grove city, pa. As it prepares to make room for a new facility

SESAME STREET LIVE Elmo and his ensemble

By JOHN BENSON If we learned anything from the late NBC show “Smash,”


Births ST. Joseph Health Center Sierra Bryant, Warren, boy, May 17. Cariann and David

HANDSON | Volunteering

HandsOn Volunteer Network of the Valley, engagesg 21st century volunteers to improve civic health