Youngstown State hurdler Nicole Pachol of Howland jumps during practice at Stambaugh Stadium.
Champion pitcher Lindsay Swipas releases the ball at the end of her delivery during Tuesday’sgame against LaBrae. The Flashes won, 4-1, in the All-American Conference Blue Tier game to remain undefeated on the season.
Local grocer Henry Nemenz stands outside the Pan-Oston Traveling Innovation Center. The bus stopped in Poland on Tuesday on the second day of its nationwide tour of local grocery stores.
Marc Kanetsky, who had a distinguished academic and athletic high school career, came back to Hubbard High School on Monday to talk to students about staying away from drugs and alcohol.
Katie Rogner of the women’s golf team was named Youngstown State/Vindicator Athletes of the Year at the annual Scholar-Athlete Banquet on Tuesday night.
Adam Kagarise and Tarelle Irwin run during practice at Stambaugh Stadium.
About 310 pairs of feet, painted with mostly peace themes, make up a montage created by Suzanne Bort Gray at the Davis Family YMCA in Boardman. The piece is being sent to Australia as part ...
Putting her best foot forward, Suzanne Bort Gray used many people’s artistry on a canvas of feet to make a montage with a peace theme. Gray designed the project using photos of many people’s feet ...
William D. Lewis| The Vindicator Jeff Gerom ofr Pan-Oston Innovation Center explains use of a self scanner aboard the RV touring the region during a Tuesday stop at Nemenz headquarters in Poalnd.
Katie Rogner, left, of the women’s golf team and Aaron Merrill, right, of the men’s track & field team were named Youngstown State/Vindicator Athletes of the Year at the annual Scholar-Athlete Banquet on Tuesday night. ...
The Youngstown State University track team includes (standing, from left) Tarelle Irwin, Michael Davis, Clarence Howell and Adam Kagarise. Kneeling are Kenya Garner, Ta’Nesha Anderson, Symona Gregory, Nichole Pachol and Alexis Washington.