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Cilone, Notaro among 12 to claim Greatest title

9th tournament concludes at The Lake Club

Ursuline's Harris verbally commits to Pitt

The Irish point guard averaged 24.6 points

Parry takes charge of Niles football program

Red Dragons have holes to fill

Young Falcons prepare to soar

Fitch returns nine starters

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All 2018 Greatest Golfer of the Valley champions

Here's a look at your 2018 Greatest Golfer of the Valley champions:

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Cilone, Notaro, Marlowe lead 2018 Greatest champs

The 2018 Farmers National Bank Greatest Golfer of the Valley entertained 294 golfers since Friday.

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Trump: My attorney is no 'RAT' like Nixon's

He also again compared the Russia probe to McCarthyism

Trump administration: No need to conserve oil anymore

The memo threatens to undermine decades of conservation programs

Community rally to urge "yes" vote for HomeGoods is Monday

Community rally to urge "yes" vote for HomeGoods is Monday

Struthers may crack down on landlords with tougher regs

Struthers may crack down on landlords with tougher regs

'Crazy Rich Asians' debuts as No. 1 at box office

'The Meg' slipped to second place

Pa. bishop responds to child-sex abuse findings

He said the church has come a long way since the time of the alleged assaults

Giuliani: 'Truth isn't truth' in Russia probe

Giuliani: 'Truth isn't truth' in Russia probe

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2018 Greatest Sunday at Lake | Follow live on your phone

The 2018 Farmers National Bank Greatest Golfer of the Valley entertained 294 golfers since Friday — as well as Mother Nature.



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Qualifiers headed to The Lake Club today

Joey Cilone leads the Pete Mollica open division.

Who should pay for school security?

A Canfield resident and city councilwoman challenge the necessity for the city to pay part of a school-resource officer’s salary

Gordon ‘humbly’ returns to Browns

The former Pro Bowl wide receiver Saturday ended an extended absence from training camp to deal with his health and returned to the team.

1,500 line up for free food, priceless advice in Youngstown

Cecelia Hargrove was happy to receive plenty of free food that included muffin mix and cold cereal, but for her, the sweetest aspect was the entire

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Injuries force changes at safety for YSU

It wasn’t planned this way, but Youngstown State is prepared to go into the season without both its starting safeties

Food, music, culture comes to town at ... Latino Heritage Festival

Preserving and displaying the area’s Hispanic heritage, great ethnic food and just plain fun are at the heart of the 2018 Latino Heritage Festival underway this weekend at Roosevelt Park in Campbell.

South Range returns 15 starters

For South Range’s 50th anniversary football season, the numbers are interesting.

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New Boardman business rewinds to era of classic arcade gaming

The business partners are putting their huge arcade-game collection to use.

Ex-Valley Christian coach takes over at Campbell

Albert “Butch” Jennings has replaced Ed Rozum as the coach of the Red Devils.

Youngstown JCC names 2 new program directors

The Youngstown Jewish Community Center has named Ben Katz director of its Early Learning Center and Laura Weymer director of JCC’s new Health and Wellness Department.

YSU’s new performing arts series will debut this month

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN A new entertainment series, sponsored by the Cliffe College of Creative

City Club plans community discussion on revitalizing Youngstown

The City Club of the Mahoning Valley will have a free community panel discussion with three national experts from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Sept. 11 at the Youngstown Playhouse called “Revitalizing Youngstown: A Candid Conversation About Challenge & Opportunity.”

Scrappers’ slide reaches 7 games

The Scrappers have lost 12 of their last 16 games after a 28-15 start.

Valley-based artist creates painting of Washington

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN A large-scale painting of George Washington, created by Youngstown

METRO DIGEST || Salute to military at Clippers game

A special salute to service members is set for the home opener for the Columbiana Clippers football team Thursday against Western Reserve.

BUSINESS DIGEST || Party for a cause

Join Casino Cafe Food Truck for a block party to benefit the Foundation for the Visually Impaired from 4 to 9 p.m. Aug. 24.

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New programs, faces for Valley students this year

Joe Lendar, a ninth-grade social studies teacher at Austintown Fitch High School, prepares his classroom for the start of the new school year. Austintown and many other school districts in the Mahoning Valley are ushering in changes for the new year.

Experts: Sex scandals fester at unhealthy organizations

Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. Of all the horrific details contained in the

Top Republican says Russia probe difficult

Associated Press WASHINGTON For much of the past two years, Senate Intelligence Committee

University to receive report on Meyer next week

Urban Meyer has been on paid leave since Aug. 1.

Austintown to host band night Monday

Austintown to host band night Monday Austintown The Austintown Fitch Marching Band will host its

Merging Sea and Sky in Cyprus

by Barbara Barton Sloane Special to The Vindicator A Zen parable says: “When a fish swims, it

IN THE CUP! Area holes-in-one

Tanner Matig of McDonald aced the 152-yard No. 4 at Mahoning Country Club. He used a 9-iron. Zavier

Ex Secretary-General of UN Annan dies

Ex Secretary-General of UN Annan dies ACCRA, Ghana Kofi Annan, a charismatic global diplomat


Austintown Senior Center, 100 Westchester Drive, has planned the following: Monday, video class on

Salem Historical society offers trolley tours

Staff report SALEM The Salem Historical Society will offer its Underground Railroad and Ghost

Senior menu

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

Yellowstone welcomes 940,000 visitors in July

Yellowstone welcomes 940,000 visitors in July YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. The National

AREA GOLF CALENDAR | Upcoming outings and scrambles

AUGUST Saturday — 24th annual Girard Lions Golf Outing at Mahoning Country Club. Cost is $70 per


INSIDE THE ROPES WITH … Jason Kokrak Saturday: The Warren JFK graduate shot a 1-over 71 in the

Why traditional credit scores still matter

By LIZ WESTON NerdWallet Researchers and startups say all kinds of weird data can predict your

Anti-Trump Republicans face political exile, isolation

Associated Press NEW YORK The ranks of forgotten Republicans are growing. Some were forced

Author of book on Columbine writing an account of Parkland

Author of book on Columbine writing an account of Parkland NEW YORK The author of a best-seller

The rise of celeb book clubs

By ALICIA RANCILIO Associated Press NEW YORK Jimmy Fallon remembers a summer a few years

Vindy’s part of pro-press campaign relieves reader

Opinion: Vindy’s part of pro-press campaign relieves reader I am relieved that The Vindicator joined the


Recognition Merrill Lynch recently announced that financial adviser Steven Mowry has been


MONDAY Garden Gate Garden Club will meet at 1 p.m. to visit a local winery. Co-hostess will be

Indians honor tickets 52 years after accident

By MARC BONA CLEVELAND Jennifer Annis had been looking forward to seeing the

How to Get Better Vacation Photos, No Selfie Stick Required

How to get better vacation photos By GREGORY KARP NerdWallet If you find yourself vacationing

SPORTS digest

Ursuline standout Harris commits to Pitt Youngstown Ursuline girls basketball standout


MEN 11-13 John Rudolph87-74—161 Josh Randolph78-81—159 Joe Mosca81-81—162 Jason

OSU interim coach reveals camp details

More details about position battles trickled out.

KARZMER: Favorite topics take spotlight on 19th hole

Columnist admires Big Cat and Phil

Musgrove pitches Pirates to victory

This time, the Pirates scored enough to win it

Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks: v Brier Hill Italian Festival, noon to 11 p.m.: The final day of this

Lehman-like episode overdue

Opinion: WASHINGTON Eric Sevareid (1912-1992), the author and broadcaster, said he was a pessimist about

Clash of the con artists

Opinion: When presidential candidate Donald J. Trump and then President Trump invited Youngstown native

Northside hospital closing is a clarion call for region

Editorial: The decision by Steward Health Care to shutter Northside hospital by Sept. 20 prompted us to dust

Runners to your marks … Upcoming races & walks

AUGUST WEDNESDAY — 20th annual Clipper Cross Country Series continues at Columbiana High School.

Cobb snaps Indians’ win streak

Cleveland limited to five hits


NOTICES baseball 14-U Youngstown Class B team — is scheduling tryouts for anyone interested


COURTS columbiana county new cases John White et al v. Charles Kidder, money. docket

Another trial looms on horizon for Manafort

Associated Press ALEXANDRIA, Va. As jurors weigh Paul Manafort’s fate in a sprawling financial

Dead suspects in father’s death called reclusive and paranoid

Associated Press CLEVELAND Two adult brothers suspected of being involved in the fatal shooting


Today is Sunday, Aug. 19, the 231st day of 2018. There are 134 days left in the year. Associated

State authorities search for suspect who ran over man

Associated Press CLEVELAND The Ohio State Highway Patrol says law-enforcement agencies are




HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “Tailspin” by Sandra Brown (Grand Central Publishing) 2. “The President is

Agenda Monday

Agenda Monday Coitsville Township trustees, 6 p.m., work- study meeting, town hall, 3711 McCartney

2 Youngstown crashes

2 Youngstown crashes YOUNGSTOWN Police are investigating two separate vehicle crashes that

Blood Drives

Blood Drives today Trumbull Regional Medical Center, 1350 E. Market St., Warren, 9 a.m. to 2