Barbara Sykes, Ohio United Way’s president and chief executive officer, delivered the keynote address
The Mineral Ridge facility near Austintown is set to close in 2017.
During the five-hour event, the children looke for signs of spring provided by Mother Nature
Simeon Wright and Wheeler Parker, both of whom are cousins of Emmett Till, will speak at Crestview High School
The pancake breakfast and Maple Syrup Festival continue today and next weekend
Magician makes signatures appear
Barb’s Cozy Corner Family Restaurant opened Jan. 1, 1990
Jewell's move was made possible courtesy of HOME Choice program, which helps people with disabilities move from long-term care facilities to community settings.
St. Christine schoolchildren decorated cookies that will be donated to Youngstown Dorothy Day House
The session was at the Austintown Senion Center
A main purpose was to better educate people on the connection between farming and Thanksgiving while helping them understand where their holiday food originates
A Canfield widower keeps his wife's memory alive.
The leaves are slowly changing from green to bright yellow with a smattering of the red of gum trees and sumacs at Mill Creek MetroParks Golf Course. Enjoying the fall weather are, from left, Steve Spencer in the golf cart, Jim Donlon and Jim Calcagni.
The funds will be used to increase access to locally grown and produced agricultural products
100 years later, Seton Circle celebrates.
Ten folks are on board for a three-year commitment to fight city blight
A local chef keeps fueling her skills
By SEAN BARRON Special to The Vindicator BOARDMAN If you plan to attend Saturday’s annual Tri-
Vernisha Tucker continues to mourn the loss of her son, Tywan D. Tillis, who was 29 when he was shot to death May 4, 2004, in a car near Overland and Willis avenues on the South Side.
Veterans get warm receptions when members of a group of women enounter them.
Police officers stepping up patrols to keep highways safe
Katie Dillon speaks to a reporter about the purpose of the NAMImobile anti-discrimination tour. The recreational vehicle stopped in Boardman on Monday.
Nearly every day for the past 30 years, Jim Tressel, president of Youngstown State University, had read a saying he keeps on his dresser that also acts as one of his mantras.
Teachers learn tools shouldn’t get in the way of learning
An estimated 30 children and adults from Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties with autism spectrum disorders took part in the five-day camp
The Canfield woman died in an automobile accident late last year.
The library will combine 2 real-estate levies into a single initiative for voters to decide in November
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kay Woods presided over the ceremony
The market will be open on Tuesdays through Sept. 30
A Girl Scout wins the Gold Award for teaching archery to those affected by autism.
East High School graduated 206 students Friday at Stambaugh Auditorium on Youngstown's North Side, including one whose family spanned six generations.
The Youngstown Police Department Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 28 and the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office FOP Lodge 141 hosted the somber 90-minute gathering.
Mentors are needed to help the program expand in the 2014-15 school year.
Longtime mentor and veteran honored at Boardman Memorial Day ceremony
Conducting the seven-hour workshop was Atty. J. Jeffrey Holland of Medina, who has prosecuted hundreds of animal-cruelty cases throughout Ohio
During the past 17 years, the Edward J. DeBartolo Memorial Scholarship Foundation has awarded more than $600,000 in scholarship money to high-school students.
A former trustee says the agreement would not benefit the township.
Joan Trumpauer Mulholland, a civil-rights activist and Freedom Rider, attends a dinner Wednesday hosted by Mahoning Valley Sojourn to the Past students at Richard Brown Memorial United Methodist Church on Elm Street. Mulholland is in the city for screenings of her son’s documentary, “An Ordinary Hero: The True Story of Joan Trumpauer Mulholland.”
A Berlin Center teenager tackles serious issues with her camera.
Loud noises and lasers are among the ways to frighten off the birds
Commissioners have received numerous calls from clients’ parents and others wanting to know more about what’s going on with the agency
Lanterman's Mill will benefit from a cookbook being compiled.
By SEAN BARRON email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Barbara Franklin is frustrated with having to live
Jerald Daemyon began studying the violin in the fourth grade in Detroit.
By SEAN BARRON firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN If one word could encapsulate the range of emotions
Michael Mannozzi of Boardman, in training for the Summer Olympics in 2016 and 2020, demonstrated his race-walking technique for fifth- and sixth-graders at Boardman Center Middle School. Mannozzi, a wrestler when he attended Boardman High School, gave a motivational talk to encourage students to set high, but obtainable, goals.
P.E.O. SISTERHOOD | Fast facts About 30 women from the local Philanthropic Educational
Chapter CE of the P.E.O. Sisterhood is celebrating its 60th anniversary.
A makeup game featuring the Phantoms is set March 21 at the Covelli Centre.
By SEAN BARRON email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN For Paulo Morris, 2013 began with bouts of