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Brennan mulls legal action to stop clearance revocation

Associated Press WASHINGTON Former CIA Director John Brennan said Sunday that he is considering

800,000 displaced in flooding

Associated Press CHENGANNUR, India Some 800,000 people have been displaced and over 350 have

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

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

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.

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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.

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.

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.”

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.

Agenda Monday

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

Why traditional credit scores still matter

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

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

Merging Sea and Sky in Cyprus

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