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Austintown Historical Society recently met for its 38th annual Past Presidents Dinner. Some of the past presidents who were honored are Griffith V. Thomas, left, 1983 to 1987; Joyce Pogany, from 1988 to present; and Mike Antonoff, the first president, from 1975 to 1976. For information call 330-799-8051.

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Austintown Historical Society recently met for ...

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Austintown Historical Society recently met for its 38th annual Past Presidents Dinner. Some of the past presidents who were honored are Griffith V. Thomas, left, 1983 to 1987; Joyce Pogany, from ...


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Col. James D. Dignan, U.S. Air Force Reserve, was the guest speaker during a recent meeting of the Mahoning and Shenango Valleys Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America. Col. Dignan, right, Commander of the 910th Airlift Wing at Youngstown Air Reserve Station in Vienna, was presented with a flag set from Lt. Col. Gary Williams, U.S. Army, retired, second vice president and membership chairman of the MSVC-MOAA. The flags are the U.S. flag and the state flags of Pennsylvania and Ohio. Col. Dignan assumed command of the base March 2. For information or to make reservations for dinner meetings usually on the fourth Thursday monthly, call CWO3 Don Oglesby at 330-568-4456.

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Col. James D. Dignan, U.S. Air ...

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Col. James D. Dignan, U.S. Air Force Reserve, was the guest speaker during a recent meeting of the Mahoning and Shenango Valleys Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America. Col. ...


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Those involved with Inspiring Minds, a nonprofit outreach organization that works with under-represented young people, follow: seated in front, from left to right, are Darian Rucker, La’Deana Simpson, Choniece Phillips, Katrina Harris, Kendall Howard, Anthony Johnson, Patsy Kouvas, Dorian Henderson, Torin Logan, Danyo McGhee and Sa’Tima Smith. In the back row, from left, are Shawná King, Crochell Johnson, Heaven Pough, Rodney Murray, Tamarcus Honzu, Caitlyn Foster, Deryck Toles, Katera Harris, African Grant II, Denzel Stevens, Kate Lacy and Ka’Daja Walker. Not pictured are DaVonta Binion, Torrence Harper, Sydney Johnson, Ta’Geana Lofton, Jada Milner, Ami Murray, Tyra Powell, Jalaya Provitt, Jahari Provitt, Chevon Putnam, Kreana Putnam, Brad Smith, Javier Smith, Ja’Lyn Smith, Willie Stevenson and Jessica Wade.

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Those involved with Inspiring Minds, a ...

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Those involved with Inspiring Minds, a nonprofit outreach organization that works with under-represented young people, follow: seated in front, from left to right, are Darian Rucker, La’Deana Simpson, Choniece Phillips, Katrina ...


Elmer Flick, who was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee in 1963, began his professional career with the Youngstown Puddlers of the Class C Inter-State League.

Elmer Flick, who was elected to the Baseball Hall of ...

Elmer Flick, who was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee in 1963, began his professional career with the Youngstown Puddlers of the Class C Inter-State League.


Tiger Woods hits onto the 15th green during the final round of The Players championship golf tournament
Sunday at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

Tiger Woods hits onto the 15th green during the final ...

Tiger Woods hits onto the 15th green during the final round of The Players championship golf tournament Sunday at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.


Kathleen Dearing of Poland crosses the finish line after running a 5K to finish off Sunday’s triathlon at the YMCA in Boardman.

Kathleen Dearing of Poland crosses the finish line after running ...

Kathleen Dearing of Poland crosses the finish line after running a 5K to finish off Sunday’s triathlon at the YMCA in Boardman.


The historic Coitsville Presbyterian Church on state Route 616 near Route 422 has closed after 177 years in the community. Some consider it a site worthy of historic preservation and a new use.

The historic Coitsville Presbyterian Church on state Route 616 near ...

The historic Coitsville Presbyterian Church on state Route 616 near Route 422 has closed after 177 years in the community. Some consider it a site worthy of historic preservation and a new use.


Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.

Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan ...

Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.


Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.

Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan ...

Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.


Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.

Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan ...

Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.


Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.

Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan ...

Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.


Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.

Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan ...

Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.


Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.

Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan ...

Shadow images cast by the wire artwork of Larry Kagan at The Butler Institute of American Art on Wick Avenue.


Mark Samuel, left, executive director of Neighborhood Ministries, talks with Anthony Madison, who said the program had a positive influence on him as he grew up in the former Kimmelbrook Homes in Campbell.

Mark Samuel, left, executive director of Neighborhood Ministries, talks with ...

Mark Samuel, left, executive director of Neighborhood Ministries, talks with Anthony Madison, who said the program had a positive influence on him as he grew up in the former Kimmelbrook Homes in Campbell.


Girard Mayor James Melfi said the city’s proximity to Interstate 80 and V&M Star makes it a prime area for economic growth.

Girard Mayor James Melfi said the city’s proximity to Interstate ...

Girard Mayor James Melfi said the city’s proximity to Interstate 80 and V&M Star makes it a prime area for economic growth.


This illustration shows labels of garments made in Bangladesh, India, China and Pakistan that were bought at a Walmart store in Atlanta. Global clothing brands involved in Bangladesh’s troubled garment industry responded in starkly different ways to the building collapse that killed at least 1,100 people. Some quickly acknowledged their links to the tragedy and promised compensation. Others denied they authorized work at factories in the building even when their labels were found in the rubble.

This illustration shows labels of garments made in Bangladesh, India, ...

This illustration shows labels of garments made in Bangladesh, India, China and Pakistan that were bought at a Walmart store in Atlanta. Global clothing brands involved in Bangladesh’s troubled garment industry responded in starkly different ...


Cleveland Indians’ Jason Kipnis (22) hits a two-run double off Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Rick Porcello during the third inning of a game in Detroit on Sunday.

Cleveland Indians’ Jason Kipnis (22) hits a two-run double off ...

Cleveland Indians’ Jason Kipnis (22) hits a two-run double off Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Rick Porcello during the third inning of a game in Detroit on Sunday.


Ella Perry, 6, of New Middletown shows her quarter pony Missy in the halter open class during the Penn-Ohio Horseman’s Association Double Point Open Horse Show on Sunday at the Canfield Fairgrounds. Ella and Missy took first place in the class.

Ella Perry, 6, of New Middletown shows her quarter pony ...

Ella Perry, 6, of New Middletown shows her quarter pony Missy in the halter open class during the Penn-Ohio Horseman’s Association Double Point Open Horse Show on Sunday at the Canfield Fairgrounds. Ella and Missy ...