Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags
These two vacant houses on Melvina Avenue off Wardle Avenue are among the nine Youngstown wants to demolish in order to close unneeded streets and discontinue unnecessary utilities in a deserted East Side area. The project fulfills one part of the city's Youngstown 2010 plan.
John Bilicki, who died in January 2001, was chief of security at the Butler Institute of American Art and an accomplished artist, whose paintings are in the Butler's permanent collection. Above, Bilicki's nephew, Michael "Bill" Bilicki of Austintown, left, stands before a portrait of his uncle with longtime executive director of the Butler, Lou Zona,
John F. Kennedy campaigned in downtown Youngstown on Oct. 9, 1960. Vindicator photographer Paul R. Schell named this photograph “The Crush.”
Vincent Campbell of Farrell, Pa., arranges flowers on a cross he installed at the site of a two-vehicle crash late Friday night on the Shenango Valley Freeway in Sharon, Pa., which killed three and injured four others. Campbell said he didn’t know any of the victims but was moved by the tragedy to create the cross in their memory.
Jim Eckman, president of Ace Diamond & Jewelry Brokers Inc. of Boardman, inspects silver dollars Ace bought recently. Eckman said pawnbrokers and police work together to quickly catch thieves who sell or pawn stolen goods.
He faces several charges
Officials continue to debate whether the purchase of the former Southside Hospital was a wise move for Mahoning County.
Joseph Bettura of Mayflower Drive, Boardman, and his granddaughter, Livia, 11, stand by Bettura’s in-ground swimming pool. Ohio Edison Co. has sued Bettura and his wife, Marsha, to recover the cost of raising the utility’s high-voltage transmission lines to a safer height above the pool.
On July 8, 1863, Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan, a Confederate cavalry leader, led 2,000 soldiers across the Ohio River into southern Indiana. His raid continued until his surrender near West Point in Columbiana County. It was the farthest point north the Confederates ever reached during the entire Civil War.