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GM spokeswoman Katie McBride said of the Valley's local plant: ''The outstanding focus on safety and quality at Lordstown helped earn these investments and support ...
Stories published July 6, 2014
Health-care research also has skyrocketed
The meeting will seek ways to propel arts and culture in the Mahoning Valley
'Transformers' raked in $36 million
Officers will receive a pint of their choice flavor
The effort is in response to an ongoing VA scandal
The contracts total more than $300,000
A suspect was arrested
The county auditor opposes rise in agricultural values
POLAND Dr. Walter and Laurissa Rusnak of Poland celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a
LAKE MILTON Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Samblanet of Lake Milton will celebrate their golden anniversary
GIRARD Frank and Louise Martin of Girard were the guests of honor June 28 as they celebrated their
YOUNGSTOWN Charles and Carolyn Griffiths of Youngstown will celebrate their 50th anniversary July
CANFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Kochert of Canfield celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary as
CANFIELD Richard and Janet Porter of Canfield celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 28 at
POLAND Terry and Marilyn Samuels of Poland celebrated 50 years of marriage on June 8 when family
YOUNGSTOWN Robert and Barbara Carissimo of Youngstown were honored June 29 for their 50th
The fifth annual Drive for Hearing golf outing will take place Aug. 27 at Mill Creek Golf Course.
Hubbard pool plans free swimming day HUBBARD Hubbard Community Pool, Hall Avenue, is hosting the
The Junior Civic League of Youngstown has installed officers.
Easter Seals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays in Columbiana and Mahoning counties for people 60
Austintown Senior Center, 100 Westchester Drive, has planned the following: Monday, active exercise
TUESDAY Lordstown will display a flower show, “Beauty and the Beast,” at Trumbull County Fair
1418 Auxiliary Seniors will meet at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at St. Nicholas Church, Fifth Street,
Mentors don't function as parents or teachers, just adult friends
There was a time when Eastwood Field held a true home field advantage for the Mahoning Valley Scrappers. For more than a decade, the Scrappers regularly posted winning records at home, even in seasons in which they otherwise struggled.
Students could earn elective credit for religious classes offered away from school property, under legislation recently approved by lawmakers and signed by Gov. John Kasich.
He wasn’t the first star athlete to leave Cleveland. Will he be one of the few who returns?
The group and the city have applied for a grant to build a launch, but the area is clear and the river is accessible now.
It’s the latest misstep for the troubled Pro-Bowler.
Roan Craig started her career at the center, spent eight years in Youngstown City Schools and returned to the career center
Edward Toolis Jr. of Lisbon advanced to the semifinals in the Top Dragster event.
Leading a fire department has always been a dream of Mark Pitzer’s, and that dream came true Thursday when the board of trustees announced its decision to hire Pitzer as the township’s new fire chief.
The best three tips: educate, accommodate, avoid.
YSU’s Perry sits in summer league opener ORLANDO Youngstown State graduate Kendrick Perry did
Woman tells cops she shot herself YOUNGSTOWN A woman was hospitalized after being wounded in a
July Saturday — Run for Your Heart and Jameson’s Fireworks Day 5K/10K in New Castle. Registration
Doctorate Brooke Meredith Katzman has received her doctorate degree in chemistry from
NEXT Best Art is working to create a window gallery in the westward-facing window of Silver’s Vogue Shop at the corner of West Federal and Phelps streets.
GM spokeswoman Katie McBride said of the Valley's local plant: ''The outstanding focus on safety and quality at Lordstown helped earn these investments and support the future of GM’s footprint in the Mahoning Valley.”
Food orders taken NILES New Hope United Methodist Church, 21 Fairview Ave., is accepting orders
Agenda Monday Youngstown Board of Health, 8 a.m., conference room, 345 Oak Hill Ave., Suite 200.
COURTS COLUMBIANA COUNTY New complaints Witmer’s Feed and Grain Inc. v. Joy Schmidt Lost Acres
He allowed just one run over seven innings in the Pirates’ 3-2 victory.
Associated Press DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. The day race at Daytona International Speedway ended up at
4 confirmed dead in Fla. boat collision MIAMI Three boats collided near a Miami marina around
Associated Press KILL DEVIL HILLS, N.C. North Carolina’s popular beach towns began returning to
They’ve only met in one other major final: the 2007 U.S. Open.
By Dewayne Bevil Orlando Sentinel Universal Orlando’s new Diagon Alley is packed with thousands
The Glaciers will meet Creekside Fitness in the Class Be championship series.
Today is Sunday, July 6, the 187th day of 2014. There are 178 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED
Tim Krul made two saves in five chances to lift the Netherlands.
Associated Press PHILADELPHIA Fire raced through a row of two-story homes in southwest
Blood Drives today St. Elizabeth Health Center Donor Room, 1044 Belmont Ave., Youngstown, 9 a.m.
He pitched 6 2/3 innings as Cleveland defeated Kansas City 7-3.
Associated Press COLUMBUS A Roman Catholic priest convicted of stabbing and strangling a nun 34
HandsOn Volunteer Network of the Valley, engages 21st-century volunteers to improve civic,health and
Associated Press BAGHDAD A man purporting to be the leader of the Sunni extremist group that has
Argentina will meet the Netherlands in the next round.
Associated Press SLOVYANSK, Ukraine Ukrainian troops forced pro-Russian insurgents out of a key
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Sack races, three-legged races, hula-hoop contests, a checkers
Opinion: In response to the June 22 let- ter in The Vindicator, we would like to share factual information
BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Health Center Craig and Jamie Giesy, Warren, boy, July 4. Geno and Lisa
This week, Facebook found itself in ethical hot water (again) for messing around with user News
Associated Press WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. Billy Hurley III doesn’t plan to lose much rest
Every wedding carries spe- cial memories that will last forever. For our July Snapz feature, we
Clarencedale Cake rebranding for future
By MICHAEL HILL Associated Press SALISBURY, N.Y. Rembrandt worked in oils. Michelangelo
You probably bought your home policy years ago, then stuffed it in a file somewhere. Will it be
Editorial: For the 168th consecutive year, the Trumbull County Agricultural Society will mix heaping helpings
HEALTH CARE Dr. Mark Roth, a board-certified general surgeon, recently joined the medical staff of
Charter One branches will be rebranded CLEVELAND Citizens Financial Group Inc.’s Charter One
Opinion: It’s the kind of story that causes political operatives to have sleepless nights, party leaders to
Associated Press LAS VEGAS Two major Las Vegas resorts will be completely overhauled and
Editorial: There was never any doubt about Jim Tressel’s ability to positively connect with the Youngstown
Suddenly, nostalgia for the 1990s seems to be all over the tube. There’s the Disney Channel sequel
BRIAN ENO AND KARL HYDE Album: “High Life” (Warp Records) Grade: B In the same way that
Opinion: Last week a new state court rule of procedure, proposed by the Ohio Supreme Court, took effect. The
Associated Press HARTFORD, CONN. Before she was killed in the Newtown school massacre, 6-year-
Opinion: Life story of murdered Gina is hardly unique in the Valley I imagine that many people after
NEWSMAKERS Father of Nicole Brown Simpson dies at 90 DANA POINT, CALIF. Louis Brown Jr., the
Associated Press DAYTON More than a thousand potential gamblers are now banning themselves from
Associated Press RAMALLAH, WEST BANK An autopsy showed an Arab teenager who Palestinians say was
She defeated Eugenie Bouchard of Canada in just 55 minutes.