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The Columbiana Area Chamber of Commerce met for its quarterly Business Showcase in January. Hosting the event was Columbiana Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and the chamber introduced six members who presented information about their businesses and services. From left to right are Nick DiNunzio of the car dealership, Dee McFarland of National Healthcare Access, Pat Macleese of Columbiana Meals on Wheels, Dr. Chad Moreschi of Columbiana Vision Care, Cheryl Luli of Harmony Village, Chuck Siman of On Demand Drug Testing and Shawn Pruitt of C. Tucker Cope.

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Columbiana Area Chamber of Commerce ...

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Columbiana Area Chamber of Commerce met for its quarterly Business Showcase in January. Hosting the event was Columbiana Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and the chamber introduced six members who presented information ...


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Howland Community Stadium Foundation recently received $10,000 from Home Savings Charitable Foundation to support its Feel the P.U.L.S.E. campaign. The campaign funds will be used to renovate and modernize the Howland Community Stadium. From left to right are Kevin Wyndham, president of the Howland Community Stadium Foundation; Andrew Nemergut, retail manager, Home Savings Eastwood office; Traci Vigorito, retail manager, Home Savings Howland office; Kim Gennaro, branch manager, Home Savings Liberty office; and Lana Jones, universal banker, Home Savings McDonald office. For information on the foundation and its campaign, call 330-856-8233 or visit http://mdlmbrt.wix.com/tiger-stadium.

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Howland Community Stadium Foundation recently received ...

SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Howland Community Stadium Foundation recently received $10,000 from Home Savings Charitable Foundation to support its Feel the P.U.L.S.E. campaign. The campaign funds will be used to renovate and modernize the Howland ...


The “Meaty Pancake.”

The “Meaty Pancake.”

The “Meaty Pancake.”


Larry Ortz, right, needs a double-lung transplant to get off the oxygen machine he is hooked to 24 hours a day. Beside the 55-year-old Austintown man are his wife, Connie, and two of his three children, Sam and Carly Ortz. A pasta dinner fundraiser, “Take a Breath for Larry,” will take place from noon to 4 p.m. Feb. 23 at Austintown Middle School, 800 S. Raccoon Road. The donation is $10 for adults and youths. Children 6 and under eat free.

Larry Ortz, right, needs a double-lung transplant to get off ...

Larry Ortz, right, needs a double-lung transplant to get off the oxygen machine he is hooked to 24 hours a day. Beside the 55-year-old Austintown man are his wife, Connie, and two of his three ...


Liberty’s Asim Pleas (4) puts up a jump shot while being defended by Struthers’ Tameko Holness (10) during the third quarter Tuesday night at the Struthers Field House. Pleas made the bucket to reach 1,000 points in his high school career, and scored 24 points in Liberty’s 66-63 victory.

Liberty’s Asim Pleas (4) puts up a jump shot while ...

Liberty’s Asim Pleas (4) puts up a jump shot while being defended by Struthers’ Tameko Holness (10) during the third quarter Tuesday night at the Struthers Field House. Pleas made the bucket to reach 1,000 ...


Harry Kale, church member

Harry Kale, church member

Harry Kale, church member


Girard’s Jim Standohar (2) goes to the basket as Pymatuning Valley’s Aaron Cross, right, defends Tuesday night. The Indians, of the All-American Conference, beat the Lakers, of the Northeastern Athletic Conference, 68-55.

Girard’s Jim Standohar (2) goes to the basket as Pymatuning ...

Girard’s Jim Standohar (2) goes to the basket as Pymatuning Valley’s Aaron Cross, right, defends Tuesday night. The Indians, of the All-American Conference, beat the Lakers, of the Northeastern Athletic Conference, 68-55.