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Edwards wins rain-shortened Texas race for Chase finale spot

Start delayed six hours

Man who shot at local police faces federal sentencing

Luis Cruz-Ramos, 31, will be sentenced at 11 a.m. Tuesday by U.S. District Court Judge Christopher A. Boyko, after his guilty plea to assault on a federal officer, possession of a firearm in connection with an offense of violence and failure to register as a sex offender.

Youngstown Thermal to make pitch to city Monday

Carl Avers, chief executive officer of Youngstown Thermal, wants to keep the city on the system for heating, add cooling services and change the way the city turns on the lights.

Steelers fall flat in Baltimore

Ravens tie Steelers for first and own tiebreaker

Cowboys wallop winless Browns

Cleveland is 0-9

OHSAA announces second-round games, sites

Niles will host two playoff games, while Fitch and Salem will also host games.

Masury man is city's 18th homicide victim

Masury man is city's 18th homicide victim


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


1418 Auxiliary Seniors will meet at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Bedford Trails Golf Course Restaurant on


Easter Seals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays in Columbiana and Mahoning counties for people 60


THURSDAY 32nd Club will meet at noon at Christ Church, Boardman, for a luncheon followed by a


WEDNESDAY Fortnightly IV will meet at 7:30 p.m. to tour Our Community Kitchen, 551 Mahoning Ave.

Angels of Easter Seals announces Silver and Gold Jubilee

Annual Christmas event set to take place Nov. 19 at Mr. Anthony’s Banquet Centre in Boardman.

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National Philanthropy Day Awards ceremony is planned

The luncheon is planned for 11:30 a.m. Nov. 18 at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman.

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Millers celebrate 60 years together with family

NEW MIDDLETOWN John and Carole (Burroughs) Miller recently celebrated their 60th anniversary with

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Warren JFK’s big quarter buries Toronto again

The Eagles’ ground game and defense were too much for the Red Knights.

Model Railroad annual open house features Kids & Trains

The Youngstown Model Railroad Association’s annual open house Saturday is a “remember when” event for the older visitors and an “oh, wow” moment for the children and grandchildren they brought with them as they see models of the trains that used to frequent the area.

Howland ousted by state champs

Defending state champion Akron Hoban topped Howland, 37-0.

Returning vets speak of realities of battlefield

Too often, the media and movies are the sole means by which people’s perceptions of war are formed, fed, shaped and cemented.

Rockets’ streak on top is snapped

Rowley finishes 11th; Butler is 30th

New book reveals heights of heroism of WWII pilot from Valley

William “Willie” A. Vaughan’s children knew him as a stern but supportive father who served in the Army Air Corps during World War II – and who could fix anything.

Food From the Homefront benefits student veterans

Half of the $6,000 raised went to the Mahoning Valley Historical Society.

Mogadore dominates J-M again

The Division VII power ended the Bluejays’ season in Week 11 for the second straight season.

Foor’s FG lifts Vikings

Kris Foor’s winning 22-yard field came in the closing seconds.

Turnout in Valley predicted to be high

Turnout is expected to be 72 percent in Mahoning and 70 percent in Trumbull and Columbiana

Steel museum hosts Ohio Works exhibit

Former steelworkers will gather at the museum on Nov. 16

Texas artist to show her works at JCC

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN An exhibition of works by Betsey Gravatt will open Wednesday at the

Domestic Service Center survives and thrives for 60 years

Sewing, serving and selling make up the success story of this Warren business

Hollywood’s latest love is gender-swap reboots

By LINDSEY BAHR AP Film Writer LOS ANGELES In November 2014, then-Sony chief Amy Pascal sent

Opera Western Reserve ‘CARMEN’ IS THE CONSTANT

By GUY D’ASTOLFO YOUNGSTOWN Opera Western Reserve’s production of “Carmen”

Garfield stuns top-seeded South Range

Dalton Michael rushed for 162 yards and a touchdown.

Columbiana Chamber of Commerce prepares for holiday season

Holiday events in Columbiana will take place Nov. 18, 19 and 20.

METRO DIGEST || Hynes pact ratified

Hynes pact ratified AUSTINTOWN The United Steel Workers Local 2377 has ratified a new three-year

Allegiant planes 4 times more likely to fail

An Allegiant Airbus jet landed safely at St. Petersburg Clearwater International Airport, after the pilot reported problems on June 2, 2016. Emergency vehicles waited nearby next to the north south run.

Historic election for women – and not just because of Hillary

Opinion: By Jill Richardson OtherWords This election may be revolutionary for women for an unexpected

Prepare now for jobs that will be lost to technology

Editorial: We all know that times change. Ours used to be an agrarian economy. Then an industrial economy.

Balash to speak to Curbstone

Balash to speak to Curbstone BEAVER TOWNSHIP WFMJ Sports Director Dana Balash will be the guest

Presidential campaign to end soon, but mental distress from it may not

By Deena Shanker BLOOMBERG NEWS (TNS) NEW YORK More than half of Americans are experiencing

Samuel powers OSU to rout of Nebraska

The Buckeyes (8-1, 5-1 Big Ten) put forth their best performance of the season.


POLICE CALLS A summary of police activity in the city of Canfield and Austintown: AUSTINTOWN

mahoning valley race course

mahoning valley race course SATURDAY’S RESULTS RACE 1 $17,000 - 3 yo’s & up, 1M 70Y, MSW 5

Clinton hangs onto fragile electoral lead

Associated Press WASHINGTON In the final days of the 2016 campaign, Hillary Clinton holds

Blood Drives

Blood Drives today St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital Donor Room, 1044 Belmont Ave., Youngstown,

A look at the main developments on 19th day of Mosul Offensive

Iraqi special forces cleared buildings Saturday in neighborhoods they entered in eastern Mosul a day earlier, losing some ground in counterattacks after pushing out Islamic State militants in their drive to take back the city.

Steelers, Ravens have new looks

The bitter rivals are still battling for first place in the AFC North.

Battle of rookie QBs in Cleveland

Rookies Cody Kessler and Dak Prescott are matched up today.

METRO DIGEST || Boardman man kills self on Route 11

Boardman man kills self on Route 11 LIBERTY The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating an

Melania Trump had modeling jobs in US before work visa

Melania Trump had modeling jobs in US before work visa WASHINGTON Melania Trump was paid for 10

In need of ‘miracle’

Associated Press NICHOLS, S.C. Nearly a month since floodwaters consumed this Mayberry-like

Kasich neuters Trump

Opinion: Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich put his principles where his mouth is, and in so doing established his


MILESTONES honors Valencia Marrow, Youngstown City Council clerk since 2008, has earned her

Presidential election, particularly Trump, frightens Warren man

Opinion: Presidential election, particularly Trump, frightens Warren man I’m scared because this election

Cavs survive pesky Sixers

The Cleveland Cavaliers were pushed to the limit by the Philadelphia 76ers, and LeBron James doesn’t think that’s such a bad thing.

The cloud that looms ...

Opinion: Last Wednesday night, with one of the greatest decisions in a long time about to occur, a great

Suspect accused of holding woman captive called ‘devil’

Associated Press WOODRUFF, S.C. When he was 15 and facing charges he raped a neighbor after


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Giant voter turnout reported in Ohio

Los Angeles Times (TNS) COLUMBUS A crisp fall day of possibilities beckoned, so what were


Candidates/issues An * denotes incumbents. A X denotes Vindicator endorsement. NATIONAL

Today is Sunday, Nov. 6, the 311th day of 2016

Today is Sunday, Nov. 6, the 311th day of 2016. There are 55 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED



HELP FOR VETERANS | Outreach efforts

Leslie Haines, a retired major who served 33 years in the Army and runs the Fort Wayne, Ind.-based

Dandruff shampoo restores social life

Q. I have been suffering from rosacea for years. Lately it has really started to affect my life, to


Births St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital Abbigail and Matthew Dickinson, Youngstown, girl, Nov. 4.

To give or not: Cash, gift cards or prepaid cards?

Who doesn’t like money? The near-universal appeal of cash has made it a popular gift for special

hOhio native writes her debut novel

hOhio native writes her debut novel Ohio native Tiffany McDaniel has been inspired by the rolling

Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the

Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the

Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks: v Model railroad layout open house, noon to 6 p.m.: Two operating


TRUMBULL CO. 32ND SENATE DISTRICT XSean J. O’Brien (D) yRobert J. Allen (R) 63RD HOUSE


MAHONING CO. 58TH HOUSE DISTRICT yMichele Lepore-Hagan* (D) XCorrine L. Sanderson (R) yAndrea

Week of Sunday, November 6, 2016

Karimeh Rafifi to Kenneth L. Croutch et al, Pimlico Drive, #6, Austintown, $137,000. Kathryn A.

Geography quiz

Geography quiz Q. Eritrea was once part of which country in Eastern Africa? A. Ethiopia. After a

Agenda Monday

Agenda Monday Youngstown City Council Building & Grounds Committee, 5 p.m., to discuss proposal

bowling scores

Amron Lanes Stachowski Farms Ladies Trio — Delorean Jones 255, Jan Schultz 189, Norma Diver 188,

Program aims to build self-esteem among girls

Columbus Dispatch COLUMBUS At first glance, it looked like an ordinary game of freeze tag. But

PUSKAS: Winning changes things

Browns struggle, but fans are there

nhl roundup | Saturday’s game

Blues 2, Blue Jackets 1 ST. LOUIS Jay Bouwmeester tied it in early the third period and

Amid fracus, Trump rushed off Nev. stage

Associated Press Donald Trump was rushed off stage by the Secret Service during a rally in Nevada

Researchers training to simulate Mars mission

Researchers training to simulate Mars mission HILO, Hawaii Scientists will mix biology and


COURTS Columbiana COUNTY new cOMPLAINTS Bryan Cody v. Ford Motor Co., money. Witmer’s Feed

Old iron doorstops prove solid choice for collectors

Iron doorstops became a hot collectible with rising prices about 1990. A 1985 book picturing

Southwest Airlines won’t add bag fees

Southwest Airlines won’t add bag fees dallas Bags will continue to fly free at Southwest

Awaiting your vote

By Christopher Reynolds Los Angeles Times (TNS) WASHINGTON, D.C. You’re worried about the next

BUSINESS Small-biz owners to workers: Get out and vote

By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG AP Business Writer NEW YORK Reports of long lines for early voting


Athena Forum event features live webinar YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber will

CROSS COUNTRY State meet notebook

Tough fields get tougher every year: Western Reserve senior Ashleigh Rowley didn’t feel like she had

Offensive woes continue as Penguins fall to NDSU

YSU fell behind early and the offense never made up ground.