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The Jewish new year begins with charity and atonement
Stories published September 9, 2018
The ceremony was Sunday Sept. 9 was at Heavenly Place Church of God in Christ
Ohio celebrates state landmarks with special programs
Doors at Arms swing open to Valley’s glorious past
Pence: I'm confident no one on my staff wrote the NYT column
The Jewish new year begins with charity and atonement
Despite Trump tweet, Ford says it won't make hatchback in US
The open house celebrated the 143rd anniversary of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society.
Ohio misses Sept. 8 deadline for medical marijuana program
New sexual misconduct allegations emerge against CBS boss
Cleveland ended its 17-game losing streak on Sunday with a 21-21 tie against the Pittsburgh Steelers
Roof repairs to the school will be made Monday
Cubs-Nationals postponed, will be made up on Thursday
It was the first opening week tie since 1971
Rain is expected through at least Monday morning.
With 'The Nun,' Warner Bros.' box office streak continues
The arrests were on misdemeanor drug charges
Grocery worker charged with eating into deli profits
Tower memorial dedicated at Flight 93 crash site
2 players kneel for anthem, Kaepernick tweets to thank them
Florence becomes a hurricane, takes aim at US Southeast
Attendees lambasted Trump for promoting his recent campaign slogan, “Promises Made, Promises Kept,” by contending that contrary to his promise to punish companies that outsource jobs, he has awarded nearly $52 billion in federal contracts to corporations that have off-shored more than 13,000 jobs since he took office.
Bo Pelini saw improvement out of his Youngstown State football team, but it wasn’t enough to stand up to the might of No. 14 West Virginia.
Youngstown City Schools CEO Krish Mohip said he doesn’t anticipate dramatic improvement in letter grades but hopes to see improvement in student growth.
Despite a 54-point win, the Mount Union coach found flaws
Steelers won’t have Bell in backfield
The celebration featured international dishes and desserts from six countries and more broadly represented the 22 Spanish-speaking countries in the world.
The “Y Are You Running?” 5K run/walk for charity, hosted by the Youngstown State University Honors College, will be Sept. 30
Campbell announces date for HOF banquet Campbell The Campbell Memorial High School Athletics
Akron 41, Morgan State 7 AKRON Kato Nelson passed for three touchdowns, Van Edwards ran for two
Staff report For many Ohioans, fall is the best season of the year, with warm clear days,
Opinion: Ohio is facing a drug addiction crisis, the likes of which are unprecedented in our state's history.
Opinion: Too many people in our criminal justice system are there because of substance abuse disorders.
“We’re so excited to finally be in this market,” said Levin Furniture executive Chris Pelcher.
Staff report LIBERTY John Marino of the National Packard Museum board of directors will give a
By HILLEL ITALIE AP National Writer NEW YORK At a time when millions can hardly turn away from
The Youngstown City Health District is offering rabies vaccinations for dogs, cats and ferrets more than 3 months old.
Breaking Bread, an Armstrong initiative to feed the hungry, is launching its “Avenge Hunger” campaign, which will run through Sept. 23.
Dominion Energy Ohio announced it has received the American Gas Association Safety Achievement Award for excellence in employee safety for the fourth time in 10 years.
Using sources and additional court records, The Vindicator can now provide new details of how the alleged schemes operated.
Infielder snapped a long RBI drought
Opinion: There’s so much egg dripping down the faces of Trumbull County Commissioners Daniel Polivka and
By LIZ WESTON NerdWallet Amazon. Chipotle. GoPro. These household-name businesses were
Editorial: What do GM’s Lordstown assembly complex and the Youngstown Air Reserve Station in Vienna Township
It’s time to see if Dorsey’s changes can produce a win
Catholic faithful demand change after sex-abuse scandals MINNEAPOLIS The day after a grand jury
preps FOOTBALL Austintown Fitch 16, Shaker Heights 6 SHAKER HEIGHTS The Falcons got on the
E Michigan 20, Purdue 19 WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. Chad Ryland kicked the go-ahead field goal as time
No. 1 Alabama 57, Arkansas State 7 TUSCALOOSA, ALA. Tua Tagovailoa passed for three first-
Allegheny 27, Wooster 0 WOOSTER Wooster tied the game at 20 with 3:26 remaining, but Allegheny
Rutgers limited to 134 total yards
McSorley powers Penn State to romp
Perez drives in a career-high four runs
SEPTEMBER 22 — Pink Ribbon 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk at the Trumbull Regional Medical Center
Associated Press WASHINGTON The White House seethes with intrigue and backstabbing as aides
John Pflug of Harmony, Pa., aced the 135-yard No. 12 at Bedford Trails Golf Course on Aug. 31. He
Grand Slam veteran protested she’s not a cheater
Associated Press ATLANTA The U.S. East Coast could be hit with a powerful hurricane next week as
Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Sara and Ryan Ogrondnik, Columbiana, boy, Sept. 7.
Associated Press BLACK HAWK, Miss. Officials say a dam is breaching on the edge of
Opinion: Shame on de Souza for attack on Marchionda After reading mr. (Bertram) de Souza’s rant in this
THURSDAY Mignonette Garden Club will meet at noon at O’Charley’s Restaurant on Windham Court in
By Giovanna Dell’orto Associated Press CACERES, Spain The flamenco strains were so haunting
Today is Sunday, Sept. 9, the 252nd day of 2018. There are 113 days left in the year. Associated
SEPTEMBER Saturday — The Third annual Marian Living Center and Assumption Village outing hosted by
Associated Press ANAHEIM, Calif. Former President Barack Obama said Saturday that November
Agenda Monday ACTION-Alliance for Congregational Transformation, 5:45 p.m.; task-force meeting at
COURTS columbiana county new cases Gayle Thomas v. Eryka Penick et al, personal injury.
David L. Horst et al to R & D Donaldson Holdings LLC, Renkenberger Road, Columbiana, $350,000.
wednesday Fortnightly IV will meet at 7 p.m. for a discussion, “What’s New at the Library.”
Blood Drives TUESDAY Brookfield Fire Department, state Route 7, Brookfield, 12:30 to 5:30 p.m.
When the third round ended, Just Rose had a 6-under 64.
By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG AP Business Writer NEW YORK Offers of training and stock in their new
Opinion: A golf coach called Friday looking to track down a Vindy staffer who had called him. “Why is she
Area golf scores bedford trails golf course Bedford Beauties Low Gross — Julie Croop 44, Terri
area bowling scores wedgewood lanes Wedgewood Ladies Doubles Annie Bartoletti 216-214-277-707,
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The third annual Eye Ball of the Mahoning Valley will take place Oct. 13
Easter Seals offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays in Columbiana and Mahoning counties for people 60
James Patterson donates $2 million to classroom libraries NEW YORK James Patterson is on Round