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William D Lewis The Vindicator South Ranges (3) and Lake Center's (3) battle for the ball during  Tuesday action at SR.

William D Lewis The Vindicator South Ranges (3) and Lake ...

William D Lewis The Vindicator South Ranges (3) and Lake Center's (3) battle for the ball during Tuesday action at SR.


William D Lewis The Vindicator South Ranges (3) and Lake Center's (2) battle for the ball during  Tuesday action at SR.

William D Lewis The Vindicator South Ranges (3) and Lake ...

William D Lewis The Vindicator South Ranges (3) and Lake Center's (2) battle for the ball during Tuesday action at SR.


William D Lewis The Vindicator South Ranges (21) and Lake Center's (18) battle for the ball during  Tuesday action at SR.

William D Lewis The Vindicator South Ranges (21) and Lake ...

William D Lewis The Vindicator South Ranges (21) and Lake Center's (18) battle for the ball during Tuesday action at SR.


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William D Lewis The Vindicator South Ranges (1) and Lake Center's (3) battle for the ball during  Tuesday action at SR.

William D Lewis The Vindicator South Ranges (1) and Lake ...

William D Lewis The Vindicator South Ranges (1) and Lake Center's (3) battle for the ball during Tuesday action at SR.


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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR: 
The Mary Chesney Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met in September at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Warren. Mila Prill was installed into membership. From left to right are Carol Noga, regent; Prill; Roberta Davis, chaplain; and Sally Mazer, registrar. For information about the chapter call Noga at 330-898-4056.

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR: The Mary Chesney Chapter of the ...

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR: The Mary Chesney Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met in September at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Warren. Mila Prill was installed into membership. From left to right ...


Cheryl Smaldino and Pam Ferguson, provisionals from Boardman-Poland Junior Women’s League, are collecting nonperishable food items, grocery gift cards and 3-by 5-foot lap afghans for the veterans at the Veterans Administration Clinic Food Bank on Belmont Avenue. Pictured, from left, are Smaldino, Ferguson and Sperry Rongone, a league member. Drop-off locations are Save-A-Lot, 223 Boardman-Canfield Road, Boardman Plaza; or Brian Smaldino D.D.S., 263 W. McKinley Drive, Suite 202, Poland. Gift cards should be mailed to Raymond James Financial Services, Attn. Linda Crish, 755 Boardman-Canfield Road, Suite F4A, Boardman, OH 44512. 
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Cheryl Smaldino and Pam Ferguson, provisionals from Boardman-Poland Junior Women’s ...

Cheryl Smaldino and Pam Ferguson, provisionals from Boardman-Poland Junior Women’s League, are collecting nonperishable food items, grocery gift cards and 3-by 5-foot lap afghans for the veterans at the Veterans Administration Clinic Food Bank on ...


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The Mahoning Valley Historical Society recently received a $25,000 donation from Home Savings Charitable Foundation It will be used to underwrite the campaign costs of the Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center Gift Shop. Above, from left, are Cheryl Staib Lewis, campaign director, MVHS; Trish Mohan, branch manager, Home Savings main office; Pamela Berry, director, Home Savings Charitable Foundation; H. William Lawson, executive director, MVHS; Dr. William J. Cleary Jr., board president of MVHS; and Jeff Grdic, loan originator, Home Savings Boardman loan office and MVHS board member. For information about MVHS call 330-743-2589 or visit mahoninghistory.org.

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR: The Mahoning Valley Historical Society recently ...

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR: The Mahoning Valley Historical Society recently received a $25,000 donation from Home Savings Charitable Foundation It will be used to underwrite the campaign costs of the Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center ...


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Winners of The Flynn Automotive group’s inaugural charity golf outing, titled Choose Your Charity, were announced recently. At right in the foreground from left, are Dave Flynn, president of the auto group, with winners Ron Fox, Julie Furtaw, Tom Hartman and Rick Henneman. In the back, from left, are general managers Donny Murphy of Donnell Ford in Boardman, Nick Siciliano of The Honda Store, Gordon Knight of Power GM, Nick DiNunzio of Columbiana Buick Cadillac Chevrolet, Tom Poponak of Donnell Salem Ford Lincoln and Scott Caron of Performance Trucks. Not pictured is Fox’s daughter Augusta, his co-winner.

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR: Winners of The Flynn Automotive group’s ...

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR: Winners of The Flynn Automotive group’s inaugural charity golf outing, titled Choose Your Charity, were announced recently. At right in the foreground from left, are Dave Flynn, president of the auto ...


Southern Care Hospice recently sponsored the Jingle Brothers Ice Cream Truck for an afternoon of memories and ice cream treats for those living and working at Whispering Pines Assisted Living in Columbiana. Above are Donna Round and Lee Mackall choosing their treats from the Jingle Brothers ice cream man.

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Southern Care Hospice recently sponsored the Jingle Brothers Ice Cream ...

Southern Care Hospice recently sponsored the Jingle Brothers Ice Cream Truck for an afternoon of memories and ice cream treats for those living and working at Whispering Pines Assisted Living in Columbiana. Above are Donna ...


SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR: 
Committee members planning the Serbian Sisters’ upcoming Night in Belgrade on Nov. 2 at the Serbian Memorial Hall are, from left, Christine Tepsich and Ann Milkovich, co-chairs; Nikki Martin, refreshment chair; Mickie Stankich, president and food chair; Barbara Rogich, ad book chair; and Phyllis Kulics, tickets chair.

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR: Committee members planning the Serbian Sisters’ ...

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR: Committee members planning the Serbian Sisters’ upcoming Night in Belgrade on Nov. 2 at the Serbian Memorial Hall are, from left, Christine Tepsich and Ann Milkovich, co-chairs; Nikki Martin, refreshment chair; ...


Westbound and northbound Interstate 680 traffic moves slowly through barrels and concrete dividers in Boardman Township along U.S. Route 224.

Westbound and northbound Interstate 680 traffic moves slowly through barrels ...

Westbound and northbound Interstate 680 traffic moves slowly through barrels and concrete dividers in Boardman Township along U.S. Route 224.


Ursuline wide receiver Vito Penza fights to avoid the tackle Friday night against a pack of Steubenville 
defenders at Stambaugh Stadium in Youngstown. After logging more than 1,000 miles on its first four road trips, the Irish are happy to be “away” for Friday’s game against Cardinal Mooney.

Ursuline wide receiver Vito Penza fights to avoid the tackle ...

Ursuline wide receiver Vito Penza fights to avoid the tackle Friday night against a pack of Steubenville defenders at Stambaugh Stadium in Youngstown. After logging more than 1,000 miles on its first four road trips, ...


Canfield’s Sophia Mancini fights to stay in control of the ball Monday against Salem defender Marissa Swindell during the girls district soccer semi-final at Bob Dove Field in Canfield.

Canfield’s Sophia Mancini fights to stay in control of the ...

Canfield’s Sophia Mancini fights to stay in control of the ball Monday against Salem defender Marissa Swindell during the girls district soccer semi-final at Bob Dove Field in Canfield.


Mooney’s Jack Brennan (4) and Lakeview’s Austin Olbrych (5) fight for the ball during their game at Bo Rein
Stadium in Niles on Monday.

Mooney’s Jack Brennan (4) and Lakeview’s Austin Olbrych (5) fight ...

Mooney’s Jack Brennan (4) and Lakeview’s Austin Olbrych (5) fight for the ball during their game at Bo Rein Stadium in Niles on Monday.


Humane Agents Christopher Flak and Kymberly Woodburn remove a dead cat and five dead kittens and round up two dogs at 437 Division St. on Youngstown’s West Side. They were at the home Monday afternoon as the occupants remained jailed on burglary charges out of Austintown. Flak said animal-cruelty charges likely will be filed. The house was filthy and contained suspected drug paraphernalia, he said.

Humane Agents Christopher Flak and Kymberly Woodburn remove a dead ...

Humane Agents Christopher Flak and Kymberly Woodburn remove a dead cat and five dead kittens and round up two dogs at 437 Division St. on Youngstown’s West Side. They were at the home Monday afternoon ...