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Report: Bo Pelini ripped Nebraska's AD in his last talk with his players

Bo Pelini ripped Nebraska's AD in his last talk with his players.

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Troy and Aafke Loney

Co-owners of the Youngstown Phantoms come in to talk hockey.

YSU softball team eliminated from Horizon League tournament

The Penguins finished 30-24, just the second 30-win season in school history.

Tiberio leads Spartans to tournament victory

Tiberio leads Spartans to tournament victory

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Salt is on its way, says ODOT

A Mahoning County Engineer’s office truck loads up with salt before the storm that blanketed the Mahoning Valley with 4-6 inches of snow Tuesday night into Wednesday. The long, snowy winter has left many communities across the state with little salt left to melt the flakes and ice on area roadways.

First of double-dose of snow hits the Valley

Crews from the Mahoning County Engineer’s Office prepare Tuesday for the expected snowstorm. The county made sure its 20-plus trucks and plows — in three locations — were ready to salt and plow at a moment’s notice. More snow is expected after 8 a.m. today with a possible 1 to 3 inches.

Broken waterlines keep Valley crews busy

Aqua Ohio workers check out a waterline on Crescent Drive in Struthers near Midlothian Boulevard, one of several waterline breaks Aqua Ohio suffered the past two days.

Deep freeze numbing Valley

Kingstown Powell, 5, pulls himself up the sledding hill at Wick Recreational Area in Mill Creek Park, a popular spot this week as schools canceled and delayed classes in response to frigid temps and wind chills.

Home Instead, volunteers play Santa for Valley seniors

Dottie Johntony, left, and Carol Hitchcock show off the gifts they’ve gathered, with the help of community members, as part of Home Instead Senior Care center’s “Be a Santa to a Senior” program. In the program’s first year, 200 seniors were given gifts. Since then, the number has been as high as 800.

10 Valley locals tell why they're thankful this year

Here are meaningful milestones for people The Vindicator has introduced to you in its pages.

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