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NRA firearm instructor Joe Burkey of Niles, right, gives instructions to CCW student John Rice of Hubbard during CCW class in Niles.
Clarence Huckaba, cemetery caretaker at Mahoning Valley Memorial Park on Hubbard Road in Youngstown, looks over a monument where a brass military statue was sawed off with a hacksaw. Police have a suspect.
Area churches participate
Hubbard Patrolman Brian Horner takes has to make a split-second decision on whether to fire during Tuesday’s simulation training course.
Township inviting businesses after state approves reinvestment area.
Girard mayor believes there are discrepancies
The study may lead to formation of a joint police district.
Valley leaders urge community effort
Police still gathering evidence against ex-boyfriend
Police still seeking internet cafe owner
Hubbard High School seniors J.J. Rutan, left, and Megan Klanchar rehearse for their upcoming musical, “Aladdin Jr.” The production, for the first time, will be performed entirely in American Sign Language. J.J. is playing Aladdin; Megan is cast as Jasmine.
Local martial arts instructor donates his hardware to charity
By Danny restivo firstname.lastname@example.org Girard City lawmakers have approved a new contract for
A married couple charged with burglary and a 19-year-old charged with felonious assault
State stills needs to approve before tax abatements are offered in Liberty township
Four selected will be the first sergeants in the department's history
Activities around the downtown area offered goodbye to 2012
Local resident will become newest centenarian when clock strikes midnight
Though the Mahoning Valley didn’t experience the anticipated Maya apocalypse, there still were noteworthy stories and plenty of people making news in 2012. Here are the top 10 Newsmakers of the year as compiled by Vindicator editors and reporters.
Two governing bodies exchange ideas and discuss district's recovery plan.
Mayor James Melfi does not believe in new $1.5 million water meters for the city.
Grandmother is believed to be the legal guardian of the 5-year-old
By Danny Restivo email@example.com SALEM Authorities continue to investigate a shooting that
By danny restivo firstname.lastname@example.org girard City officials will seek a state audit to ensure an
By Danny restivo email@example.com GiRard The Ohio Attorney General’s office is asking city
By danny restivo firstname.lastname@example.org GIRARD City council delayed a vote that, if passed, would
A Trumbull County business is offering new opportunities for returning service members.
By danny restivo email@example.com hubbard Township trustees approved a motion to rehire the
Some may think the introduction of e-readers and computer tablets may create less demand for books. Instead, local libraries are utilizing the new technology to make information accessible to the public.
Elizabeth DelGenio helps her husband, Angelo, pin a flower on his shirt during program honoring veterans Friday at Liberty High School. DelGenio served in the Navy in World War II and fought in the battles of Tinian, Tarawa, Saipan and Guam.
By danny restivo firstname.lastname@example.org hubbard Bryan Singleton had no idea how quickly a hidden
By danny restivo email@example.com LIBERTY If the board of education cannot make an
Emma and Oscar Ghirardi of Liberty have been married 74 years. Oscar is celebrating his 103rd birthday today, Sweetest Day, with his 96-year-old wife at Liberty Arms Assisted Living Center. The couple has been living at the center for 15 months.
Local firefighters allowed families to get a close-up look at their equipment and their station Thursday.
By DANNY RESTIVO firstname.lastname@example.org HUBBARD Nearly two weeks ago, Pauline Fabian returned to
The city’s decision to transfer its emergency dispatching services will take effect this week.
Kidnapping victim Elizabeth Smart believes anyone can overcome life’s most difficult obstacles.
By danny restivo email@example.com liberty Township residents will be asked to approve two
By danny restivo firstname.lastname@example.org Girard It’s hard for many young people to imagine what
Mary Gump of Youngstown receives a kiss from Mabel at Gump's home on the city’s West Side. The bulldog was reported stolen from the Bob Evans restaurant in LIberty Aug. 14. Gump helped in the dog’s recovery and is housing Mabel until her Idaho owner arrives today to reunite with her beloved pet.
New York City’s Fire Engine 293, above, will be on display at the Mahoning Valley 9/11 Memorial Park on Tuesday, the 11th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the U.S. The ﬁ retruck was restored from the ruins of the World Trade Center.
By Danny restivo email@example.com LIBERTY Township police have introduced a new interactive
By danny restivo firstname.lastname@example.org hubbard A worker at General Motors’ Lordstown assembly
By danny restivo email@example.com liberty Firefighters had to rescue several people,
By Danny restivo firstname.lastname@example.org GIRARD City officials are hoping to revitalize the
By Danny restivo email@example.com HUBBARD By whitening smiles, a local dental clinic has
Staff Report LIBERTY Township administra- tors and police have added a new tool in the fight to
Nolan O’Renic, left, managing hair designer of Tri Changes Salon in Girard, and Kayla Quinlan, managing hairstylist, sit outside with the business’s three mannequins — Kathryn, Anthony and Georgia. For 20 years, the salon has garnered a lot of attention because of the mannequins sitting outside.