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William Lewis

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Downtown lit up for the season

Don't forget to check out the 29-foot-tall Christmas tree on Central Square

Sign of Mahoning Valley industry comes down

After 100 years as part of Youngstown’s skyline, Wean United mill is torn down

The downtown Youngstown building once housed thousands of workers

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Music is the main event monthly at Stambaugh

The monthly concert series is called Bands at the Baugh

Fire strengthens faith of pastor

The congregation will use another East Side church building for its worship services.

It's Christmas time in the city

All around downtown signs of the Christmas holiday were evident.

Vintage treasures

STORY & PHOTOS By WILLIAM D. LEWIS lewis@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN It’s the kind of place you

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A timeless span

Mill Creek Park’s iconic and historic Silver Bridge STORY & PHOTOS By WILLIAM D. LEWIS

A span that withstood time

STORY & PHOTOS By WILLIAM D. LEWIS YOUNGSTOWN Nestled deep in the heart of Mill Creek Park is

Riding high on the hog at GM show

By William D. LEWIS photo@vindy.com LORDSTOWN The throaty roar of motorcycles echoed through

Keeping Dixie hits alive

Bob Lewis plays Tuba with the Dixie Dandies, an eclectic mix of musicians who play Dixieland music. They formed about 10 years ago as an offshoot of the Girard Community Band.

Sweet Harvest

For centuries, sorghum has been harvested for its sweet byproduct By WILLIAM D. LEWIS

IN FOCUS: History anchored in steel

To see The Mahoning Valley’s past, how it got to where it is today and where it may be headed, a

In Focus: Boys and Girls Club of Youngstown

The Boys and Girls Club of Youngstown has been around the Mahoning Valley for 40 years and bills

IN FOCUS: Five years of persistence and labor pay off

Bill Davis, a sailor and amateur boat builder, spent five years constructing a 19-foot wooden

Mahoning Valley claims link to origin of Memorial Day

YOUNGSTOWN — Memorial Day, the day on which graves of veterans are decorated, has a long and well-

The supplies are appreciated, but more are needed, a state official said.

The supplies are appreciated, but more are needed, a state official said. By WILLIAM D. LEWIS

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