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Stories published March 25, 2018
The victory denied Duke a trip to the Final Four
Lanterman's Mill and Ford Nature Center are among ongoing projects.
Austintown fundraiser assists rabbits in training as therapy animals
A national discussion that does not focus on 'phony gun laws' is needed, he said
A firearm reportedly discharged during a struggle with a woman, reports say
Apple, IBM and Microsoft are partnering with a Cleveland-area community college to create better training for information technology jobs.
Kansas will meet Villanova on Saturday in one Final Four semifinal.
Her long anticipated interview aired on CBS tonight
With Michael Brantley not ready, outfielder Tyler Naquin will be on Cleveland’s opening-day roster.
Eric Paschall had 12 points and 14 rebounds.
Bryan Rust redirected a pass from Sidney Crosby 2:25 into overtime.
LeBron James had 37 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists.
The measure awaits Gov. Kasich's signature
Trump's affinity for the cable news TV network is well known
Lanterman's Mill and Ford Nature Center are two of the biggest projects
The highest price in the nation is $3.54 per gallon in San Francisco
The film now has established itself as the top-grossing superhero film of all time.
Christians in the Mahoning Valley and the world mark a series of holidays leading up to Easter next Sunday
President insists his legal team remains strong
Shooting death of a man at a home in the 2700 block of Hudson Avenue.
Loew’s boxer loses unanimous decision
Less than a year ago, Kira Walker embarked on a weeklong bus trip through the Deep South in which she learned about the civil-rights movement and enduring lessons from that era about tolerance, compassion and civic responsibility.
While an estimated half-million people marched on Washington, D.C. , Saturday to protest gun violence, a smaller but equally passionate group rallied locally to help raise awareness.
Front-court players are saying adios
Pioneer women are generally thought of as having traveled in covered wagons or buckboards, often wearing long dresses or skirts, helping carry the load of life on the frontier.
Penguins rebound with shutout win
The program was started to honor Kyrsten Studer, who was killed by a drunk driver on April 4, 2003, and who would have been 30 on April 16 this year.
Struthers mock trial team wraps a successful season
The Vindicator sports staff announced its selection for the top winter athletes 2018.
By GUY D’ASTOLFO email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Jazz singer Sharon Rae North is getting some
Lightner’s Fresh and Smoked Meats continues family tradition
BOYS BASKETBALL The Trumbull County Coaches Association will hold its 31st annual Basketball
Opinion: What will it take for President Donald J. Trump’s hard - core supporters, including many in the
The long-standing Mahoning Valley business opened a third location this year.
Sixty-four daily newspapers submitted 1,922 entries in the contest.
In a historic groundswell of youth activism, hundreds of thousands of teenagers and their supporters rallied across the U.S. against gun violence Saturday, vowing to transform fear and grief into a “vote-them-out” movement and tougher laws against weapons and ammo.
As one city leader wonders how the system now in place would work if CEO Mohip leaves, others have faith that the framework will withstand any departures. And a state spokesman said new Distress Commission members are being determined, and If Mohip decides to leave, the new commission will choose a new CEO.
Rotary donates to Fostering Dreams founder
Women’s Conference features several speakers
Western Reserve Rangers 4-H Club hosts meeting
Lions Club hosts Zone 6 meeting
League of Women Voters to sponsor fundraiser
Lara Lillibridge penns book coming in April CLEVELAND Lara Lillibridge is an author from the
By JEFF MARTIN Associated Press MCMINNVILLE, Tenn. By the time Nashville songwriter Travis
Easter Seals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays in Columbiana and Mahoning counties for people 60
Q. I work as a public-address announcer, so my voice is essential for my job. My asthma inhaler,
Associated Press ATLANTA Funeral arrangements for former Georgia Gov. Zell Miller have been
COURTS TRUMBULL COUNTY Docket Everbank v. Clair L. Roush Jr. et al, foreclosure. Cavalry SPV
Agenda Monday Austintown Township trustees, noon, township trustees, 82 Ohltown Road. Boardman
Many student-athletes would be happy to reach state once in their high school careers. Hubbard
1. Which actual event sparked the script that concluded the series version of “M*A*S*H”? 2. Which
By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG AP Business Writer NEW YORK Business owners can find it a tall order
In less than a minute, Jack DelGarbino become a state champion. The Girard heavyweight capped a
By SPENCER TIERNEY NerdWallet Electronic bank statements have virtues – saving trees, keeping
Staff report ELLWOOD CITY, PA The 2018 Lawrence County Women’s Conference recently took place at
PROMOTED Home Savings has announced the promotion of Ken Ballway to senior vice president, deputy
NEWSMAKERS Movie academy chief denies engaging in sexual misconduct LOS ANGELES The president
The season didn’t go as expected for the Poland boys basketball team. The Bulldogs were knocked
Today’s entertainment picks: v “The Last Five Years,” 3 p.m.: It’s the last chance to catch this
Staff report The seven visitors’ bureaus along Ohio’s north coast have partnered to give away a
Skater to emcee cancer fundraiser Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The Skating Club of Greater
When I began reading “The 9 Words Parents Should Never Say to Their Kids” (January 5, 2018,
Today is Palm Sunday, March 25, the 84th day of 2018. There are 281 days left in the year.
Greatest business trip: Marco Polo or man on moon? Business travelers are getting their own March
Webinar series YOUNGSTOWN America Makes, 3Diligent and NIST-MEP will have a webinar from 1 to 3
Births St. Elizabeth boardman Laura and James Cox, Youngstown, girl, March 23. Carrie and
Like a lot of high school basketball players in Ohio, Dayshanette Harris looks up to — and compares
Q. My credit is very bad because I let a family member take over payments on my car in 2017. My
It takes so much dedication and perseverance to qualify for the state swimming meet three times.
POST TIME: 12:15 p.m. RACE 1 $22,100 - 3 yo, 1M, MSW 2 My Aunt Beth (Oliveros, C.) $3.00 $2.20
Associated Press WASHINGTON Under President Barack Obama and a GOP-controlled Congress, Capitol
Martinsville has been a favorite track for 7-time winner
Associated Press TREBES, France The French police officer who swapped places with a female
Blood Drives today Elks Lodge 305, 824 E. State St., Salem, noon to 5 p.m. Trumbull Regional
Associated Press CHICAGO It’s a scandal of privacy, politics and an essential ingredient of
Blues 2, Blue Jackets 1 COLUMBUS Jake Allen made 33 saves, Alexander Steen scored on St. Louis’
MLK luncheon set YOUNGSTOWN The Martin Luther King Jr. Planning Committee of the Mahoning Valley
Associated Press WASHINGTON President Ronald Reagan once likened trade wars to the pie fights
Wolverines are returning to Final Four
Carla J. Moser-Flatley to Thomas J. Rush IV et al, Unity Road, New Springfield, $150,000. SNTT
PGA Justin Thomas closes in on number one AUSTIN, TEXAS Justin Thomas was on antibiotics when
Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas The suspected Austin bomber called himself a “psychopath” in a
NOTICES BASEBALL Creekside B League team — is looking for pitchers for 2018 season. Contact
It was an up-and-down bowling season for Lakeview’s Seth Dunn. Dunn started the season well, but
The 2008 Summer Olympics created Gia DiRenzo’s passion for swimming. “I was watching them swim
11th-seeded Loyola romps to San Antonio
Rockets 114, Pelicans 91 HOUSTON James Harden scored 27 points in three quarters and the
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amron lanes Amron Wednesday Seniors — Neil Guerrieri 237-691, Al Yakimoff 277-671, John Greene
JACK LOEW March BOXING SHOW SATURDAY ST. LUCY’S PALERMO BANQUET CENTER CAMPBELL RESULTS
Opinion: There was yet another school shooting last week – this one in Maryland. A school resource officer
Editorial: For seven years, JobsOhio, the state’s privatized economic- development endeavor, has been shielded
Opinion: Editorial unfairly blasted ex-Superintendent Webb With regard to your recent editorial “Detractors
Opinion: A few new restaurants will be giving it a go in downtown Youngstown in upcoming weeks, and the