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Stories published June 17, 2018
Football, basketball veteran tried track and sped to state glory.
Record-setting Tiger capped busy career with state crown
Sunday's qualifier completes the competitive list
Potent offense comes through for third straight win
The farm sponsored a two-day strawberry festival
The win ends a five-game losing streak against the Twins
One suspect was killed.
The advisory continues through Monday
The team doctor committed suicide in 2005.
Some see the issue as a means to win approval to build a border wall.
The Vindicator sports staff's picks for the top spring athletes in 2018.
(Tim responds to a few questions about raising great sons who are also great competitors.)
By GUY D’ASTOLFO firstname.lastname@example.org Local author Michael Prelee has released his newest book,
SRCCC receives donation from farming organization
Marine Detachment 494 elects officers
Beatitude House receives donation
Mobile Meals of Salem hosts meeting
ABWA marks 14th year, honors member
Home Savings donates $5,000 to Lakeview schools
During a regular-season track meet, a Crestview assistant coach posed a question to Dominic Perry.
East rugby player Rayshawn Perkins never thought about winning a state title. He just wanted to try
Although she’s already scored more than 100 goals, Canfield sophomore lacrosse player Isabella Kelty
Sebastian Lay admits that he over-achieved on the mound. The Jackson-Milton pitcher didn’t look
East sprinter Jahniya Bowers made state as a sophomore in 2017, but didn’t place. She worked the
Making state was an accomplishment for Canfield’s Tim Cianciola. But the senior wanted other members
Izzy Kline was favored to win a state title in the shot put and expected to do well in the discus
Blood Drives MONDAY Cortland United Methodist Church, 155 N. High St., 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. TUESDAY
Memberships are valid until Labor Day.
COURTS columbiana county new cases Capital One Bank v. Thomas Elkins, money. City Concrete
JUNE Monday — 36th annual Boardman Boosters Golf Scramble at Tippecanoe Country Club. Registration
Ben Rivera isn’t the tallest or most intimidating baseball player. But he came up big when South
Carrasco’s arm struck by line drive
Golf columnist reflects on fatherhood
Kevin O’Leary of Youngstown aced the 150-yard No. 18 at Avalon Squaw Creek. He used a 6-iron.
Numerous ODOT projects announced for this week.
It’s no wonder that math is Megan Turner’s favorite subject. The numbers have added up nicely for
MILESTONES LAWYER Law degree obtained Gia M. Velasquez, formerly of Canfield, has graduated
The list of high-school graduates who have received college or university scholarships based on information provided by school officials.
Agenda Monday Coitsville Township trustees, 6 p.m., town hall, 3711 McCartney Road. Columbiana
When your team is a defending state champion, get ready to face your opponents’ best efforts.
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Bridget and Tony Stellato, Youngstown, boy, June 15.
GI Jane Exchange BOARDMAN The United Methodist Community Center is hosting a GI Jane Exchange
‘Candid’ Jackie Chan memoir on tap NEW YORK Jackie Chan is ready to share more stories about
Devin Whitaker made sweet sounds this spring. The Boardman boys lacrosse forward was going to two
Before the state track meet two weekends ago, Valley Christian senior Jamynk Jackson felt the
Staff report CANFIELD The Tri-Gold Prime Time Chapter of the American Business Women’s
By ZEKE MILLER and CATHERINE LUCEY Associated Press WASHINGTON President Donald Trump says
romantic comedies rise again this summer By LINDSEY BAHR AP Film Writer LOS ANGELES Summer
AARP 4611 East, Youngstown, will meet for an executive board meeting at 11 a.m. Wednesday at
MONDAY Garden Gate Garden Club will meet at 1 p.m. at Boardman Park for a picnic. Dorothy Granchie
Easter Seals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays in Columbiana and Mahoning counties for people 60
Opinion: Fathers are blessing to family, asset to society Fathers who set good examples for their children
ViaHero connects travelers with local residents for customized trip-planning service.
Today is Sunday, June 17, the 168th day of 2018. There are 197 days left in the year. This is
Austintown Senior Center, 100 Westchester Drive, has planned the following: Monday, video class on
Shrine Club to host golf classic SALEM The Youngstown Shrine Club will host its annual Arnold
Eighth annual Simply Slavic festival continued Saturday on East Federal Street, downtown
THURSDAY Ladies of Oriental Shrine will meet for its luncheon and business meeting at 11:30 a.m.
Satff report SALEM Board members, volunteers and donors of Mobile Meals of Salem recently met at
Man gets 47 years for shooting police officer TOLEDO An Ohio man has been sentenced to 47 years
Runners to your marks Upcoming races & walks JUNE Saturday — Cortland 10 Miler. Race begins
AMC: Hardwick show on hold amid allegations LOS ANGELES AMC Networks says Chris Hardwick’s talk
bedford trails PYBS Low Gross — Tami Montell. Low Net — Tami Montell. Least Putts — Tami
Opinion: Like a benevolent dictator, Donald J. Trump wants to pardon thousands of Americans convicted of
Opinion: By Josh Hoxie OtherWords Nearly seven years ago, the Occupy Wall Street movement began
LIMELIGHTS & CAREER PATHS new hires Warren-based 7 17 Credit Union, which has 12 branches in
The only thing that spared Dustin Johnson from another U.S. Open implosion is that everyone around him suffered at Shinnecock Hills
Maker of fearsome animal robots is edging into light By MATT O’BRIEN AP Technology Writer
Editorial: In a five-year period, the scandal-ridden Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow charter diverted $591
HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “The President is Missing” by James Patterson and Bill Clinton (Little,
Opinion: Golf – with all its highs and lows over hours and hours of play – can tell you many things about
D.C. Fly-in this week YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber this week will lead the