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Vindicator reporter Samantha Phillips stands in a hole in a sycamore tree on Tod Lane on Youngstown’s North Side. These human-sized holes worry some residents, ...
Stories published June 24, 2018
Former Pro Bowl running back Greg Pruitt attended the 18th Annual Ron Stoops Sr. and Anthony Pelini Memorial Foundation Bocce Social at the MVR Restaurant in Youngstown.
The Crosscutters enjoyed an 8-1 romp at Eastwood Field.
Imperfections are assets in this competition
Cleveland outscored Detroit 26-3 in the Tribe's three-game sweep
The 2018 class includes five former Cardinal Mooney students
This was the movie industry's fourth biggest weekend in history
The president's statement has outraged the American Civil Liberties Union
A government fact sheet says the US is working to reunite the children with their families
Authorities are searching for a dark-colored, late-model Jeep Wrangler
Justice officials had been threatened with punishment had they not released the info
Barr made her first interview today since cancellation of her hit TV sitcom
Dave Stambul found a permanent site to conduct his indoor adult basketball league games.
Brad Smith made the application process more challenging.
It’s no secret that planning a wedding often takes a tremendous amount of time, money and attention to detail, but Megan Deskin already has experienced an early dose of wedding bliss.
Despite a criminal conviction and elimination of his position by the Mahoning Valley Sanitary District, Anthony Vigorito, former plant operations manager, will receive about $14,925 in back pay from the MVSD for two months of unpaid administrative leave last year.
Defenseman Michael Callahan was taken in the fifth round.
The league’s 40th anniversary is recognized.
The volunteers cleared Lincoln Park Drive of tires, garbage and other debris.
Doubleheader now scheduled for Aug. 15.
The foundation has partnered with Youngstown Clothing Co. to provide 5K race shirts. The company is owned by a Struthers graduate.
It’s a mash-up that has been waiting to happen. Cirque du Soleil’s newest show, “Crystal,” is also its first to be performed on ice.
Eastern Gateway signs 10 recruits Youngstown The Eastern Gateway Community College Gators have
ODOT announced a number of closures, restrictions and work projects on county roads beginning this week.
The design of a miniature garden is set for June 30
“Crystal” is the first Cirque du Soleil show on ice, and it is also likely the first to include a Youngstown-area native in its cast.
On Demand Drug Testing & Work Solutions will host a seminar to help employers develop medical-marijuana policies from 8:30 a.m. to noon Friday at Holiday Inn on South Avenue.
Vindicator reporter Samantha Phillips stands in a hole in a sycamore tree on Tod Lane on Youngstown’s North Side. These human-sized holes worry some residents, who fear the dying trees could collapse into the street.
Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the
A column of mine that originally appeared in January of 2017 has been circulating on the Internet
Home Savings donates YOUNGSTOWN Home Savings recently donated $5,500 to the Youngstown Symphony
Marlene Bryant to Frank Lordi, Eldora Drive, Youngstown, $38,000. Wellman Building Maintenance LLC
bedford trails golf course Mahoning Valley Men’s Golf League Low Gross — Mike Durina 36, Wendell
Q. Can you please explain to me the modified adjusted gross income that Social Security tells me it
Associated Press WASHINGTON The Justice Department says it has given House Republicans new
Canfield AARP 3104 is planning an overnight trip for Tuesday and Wednesday to Erie, Pa., and Presque
By OLINE H. COGDILL Associated Press “You Were Made for This” (Little, Brown), by Michelle Sacks
Associated Press VIENNA OPEC nations and oil-producing countries not in the cartel said Saturday
Associated Press WASHINGTON White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was booted from a
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The Garden Forum of Youngstown recently hosted a flower show at the D.D.
Austintown Senior Center, 100 Westchester Drive, has planned the following: Monday, video class on
Associated Press NEW YORK Frappuccino sales are struggling, and concerns about how much sugar
Associated Press SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA The U.S. military said it moved 100 wooden coffins to the
Tony Cardone aced the 156-yard No. 5 at Mill Creek’s South Course. He used a 8-iron. Witnesses were
The company recently completed a $1.5 million-plus remodel of the facility at 5509 South Ave.
Three Sheep Gallery will host local authors BOARDMAN Three Sheep Gallery and Workshop, 6010
Staff report BOARDMAN The eighth annual Clubs for Kids Golf Classic to benefit Akron Children’s
Today’s entertainment picks: v Hot Rod Super Nationals, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Last day to revel in the
JUNE FRIDAY — Tamer Win Junior Boys and Girls Tournaments at Tamer Win Golf & Country Club. Cost
The person whose property (house, garage, or fence) is damaged would file a claim with his insurance
MILESTONES Doctorate Julie Christine Rice, daughter of Paul and Diane Rice of Poland, graduated
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Cast members of Cirque du Soleil’s “Crystal” show will put on a short
Associated Press RIYADH, Saudi Arabia Saudi women are in the driver’s seat for the first time in
Flowers were an important part of lives of the 1880s to 1950s Americans. Technology had advanced to
CAREER PATHS Modern Office Products of Boardman has promoted Nate Zepernick to the position of
Dorothy Day House to host roundtable YOUNGSTOWN Brittany Fair from the Lawrence County Crisis
1. When “Law & Order” premiered on NBC in 1990, which actors played the police detective partners?
By BETH J. HARPAZ AP Travel Editor AVERY ISLAND, La. One of the world’s most famous
Easter Seals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays in Columbiana and Mahoning counties for people 60
Associated Press NORWALK Two of the largest workplace immigration raids yet under the Trump
FIFA’s disciplinary committee has opened proceedings against Swiss players Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri
Well, what does everyone think about last week’s U.S. Open?
No charges for teens who mocked man who was drowning COCOA, Fla. Five Florida teenagers will not
GED class sign-ups YOUNGSTOWN Free Aspire GED classes begin in July. The classes are for adults
COURTS columbiana county new cases Youngstown State University v. Amanda Stout, money.
Agenda Monday Austintown Township trustees, noon, township hall, 82 Ohltown Road. Beaver
Opinion: The Lansingville neighborhood of Youngstown could go back to the farmland it once was, says Ken
OTHER DEVELOPMENTS Eager to keep the Republican Party in control of the Senate, President Donald
Opinion: Vindy commentary, letters serving noble purpose After we both had read last Sunday’s Vindicator,
Firefighters suspended over porn tape leaving the department AKRON Akron officials say one
Arizona winning streak hits three
HGTV’s Joanna & Chip Gaines have a 5th child WACO, TEXAS HGTV’s Joanna and Chip Gaines have
Blood Drives MONDAY Boardman Public Library, 7680 Glenwood Ave., 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. Quaker
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Heather and Thomas Sewell, Canfield, girl, June 22.
Associated Press MCALLEN, TEXAS Demonstrators led rallies and protests Saturday to decry the
Cleveland wins sixth straight game
Opinion: As the 12 Democratic precinct committee members in Niles contemplate the extraordinarily important
Editorial: General Motors has added insult to the economic injury it is causing the Mahoning Valley with the