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William K. Alcorn

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910th aircraft event garners praise

Col. James Dignan, 910th commander, hopes to make it an annual event

Health department personnel gearing up to inspect some 400 food stands

Fair goers urged to wash hands after touching animals and using restrooms

Vets grateful President Truman used A-bomb to end WWII

30,000 jammed downtown Youngstown to celebrate victory over Japan.

Volunteers with rappelling knowledge needed FOR Beatitude House fundraiser

18-floor metropolitan tower is the challenge

Benefit dinner to aid Hubbard native who requires liver transplant

Spaghetti dinner benefit set for Aug. 22 in Hubbard

Director, administrative staff hired

Support staff interviews soon to be completed

Jerry Riley is disabled by Parkinson's Disease and arthritis

Family seeking donations to make house handicap accessible

The minimally invasive surgery system cuts pain and recovery time

Facilities add da Vinci Si surgical system

Provides tools to make operations safer

More than 13,000 in the Youngstown area

12,000 in Mahoning County/11,000 in Trumbull County covered under Medicaid expansion

New diseases enter the U.S.

Spread by black-legged deer tick and tiger mosquito

Tick-bite prevention for humans

Tick-bite prevention for humans Avoid likely tick-infested areas such as wooded or weedy areas.

The "Challenge" raised $115 million in six weeks in 2014

Part of money used to fund Greater Youngstown ALS service coordinator

120 from Columbiana, Mahoning and Trumbull counties died in Korea

Holidays such as Fourth of July hold special meaning for local Korean War veterans

7,800 Americans remain unaccounted for

Named in honor of Alexis Caroline Watanakunakorn

Million dollar gift from Eleanor Watanakunakorn help pay for the project

25 officers from 9 county police departments graduated Friday

25 officers from 9 county police departments graduated Friday

The Howland Middle School student was sworn in as an honorary Air Force 2nd Lt.

Rode in a Humvee and a C-130 Hercules cargo plane

Wants 10 percent of tipping revenue from all county facilities

Wants 10 percent of tipping revenue from all county facilities

Creations will compete in state contest in September

Work by SOV-Boardman residents to compete in statewide show

Creations will compete in state contest in September

Crush ALS/Team Bannon is making its 7th consecutive annual state trek

The Trek is a three-day, 270-mile bicycle ride to raise money for ALS research

Traffic engineer reprimanded

Donham accused of computer misuse

Robert Donham, Mahoning County traffic engineer, did work on a county computer for the Village of Windham, where he is mayor.

"Jamie's story touched me"

Niles man recuperates after giving 4-year-old girl ...

Jamie opened her eyes: The whites were white

The 12-bed facility is expected to open in November

Supportive housing a big part of treatment

Valley air base aims high in plan for survival, growth

Must convince Air Force, federal government, taxpayers of their value

Substance abuse, mental health key risk factors for attempted suicide, experts say

Behavioral health, substance-abuse treatment and clinical health organizations working together is the best way to treat substance abuse and prevent suicide.

Friday is deadline to apply for job at Access Health Mahoning Valley

Friday is the deadline to submit applications for the position of executive director of Access Health Mahoning Valley.

Youngstown family to advocate in D.C. for children with medical issues

Urge congressional support of strong medicaid and care networks that can cross state lines

52 filed mass grievances against the hospital

Nurses say it endangers patients

Local Atty. Vito Abruzzino, former Army JAG officer, hired to head commission

YARS survived BRAC in 2005, but has since lost planes and personnel

Pickleball, becoming popular here, was on display

The theme: “If You Keep Moving ... You’ll Keep Improving”

Local officials will critique response to ebola scare last fall

Use information to develop an ebola response plan

Flu hospitalizations up threefold in 2014-15 season, but no pediatric deaths

Vaccine effectiveness diminished for Influenza A, but "nailed" Influenza B

2015 financial campaign to kick-off in June

Help Hotline earns two major accreditations

Service, with a focus on children, and fellowship keep them going

Youngstown Kiwanis was the 15th club organized

Doctor says it is faster, more accurate and less frustrating

St. Joseph Warren Hospital testing electronic medical-record technology

Software recognizes user's voice in 20 minutes

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Lowellville native recounts VE-, VJ Days, loss of war buddy

An unidentified newspaper boy hawked newspapers in downtown Youngstown on VE Day. Streets around the country were jammed with people cheering the news of the unconditional surrender of Germany on May 8, 1945.

Local marine retracts Purple Heart claim

Former Marine Anthony T. Kolat Jr.’s undocumented claim that he received a Purple Heart in connection with the Oct. 23, 1983, barracks bombing in Beirut, Lebanon cost him his affiliation with a local Veterans of Foreign War post.

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Berlin Center veteran remembers Saigon evacuation

Vietnam War Air Force veteran Norman A. Paul was a helicopter flight mechanic and door gunner who participated in the evacuation of Saigon on April 30, 1975.

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Trumbull 4-year-old needs liver; Campbell son saves dad

Jamie, 4, of Trumbull County, who has been in the custody of the county’s Children Services since a few months after birth, is in critical condition with biliary atresia in a Pittsburgh hospital, waiting for a desperately needed live liver donor. April is National Donate Life Month when local, regional and national activities occur to encourage Americans to register as organ, eye and tissue donors and to celebrate those who have saved lives or been saved through the gift of organ donation.

Grandson of slave, Anthony Lariccia, late Joanie Abdu to receive award

ACTION awards banquet-fundraiser is Thursday.

Individuals have little power to effect poverty, access to medical care, experts say

Systems and institutions affect people’s lives more than individual choices, especially as it applies to infant mortality, the speakers contended.

10th annual Pinwheels event recognizes April as Child Abuse Prevention Month

Pinwheels for Prevention

1,352 reported cases of child abuse and neglect in Mahoning County in 2014

The 2015 Walk MS is Saturday is Saturday at the Scrappers Stadium in Niles

Canfield woman says having MS has made her a stronger person

More women than men are afflicted by MS

Navigator hired to monitor treatment to avoid kids falling through the cracks

Navigator sees growing preference of agencies to work as teams to meet mental health clients needs

Trumbull disabilities board has no plans to close workshops

By WILLIAM K. ALCORN alcorn@vindy.com NILES Edward Stark, superintendent of the Trumbull

Boardman woman diagnosed with colorectal cancer now cancer-free

Early detection is the key to survival says Northside Medical Center surgeon



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