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Dellick accused in 2 other road-rage incidents; special prosecutor considered

Shortly after I moving back to the area, my wife and I attended a PTO meeting in a school. I had never heard of Judge Dellick, but was told she was a notable public figure. Judge Dellick was the featured speaker, and talked about parenting. I found her presentation to be condescending and arrogant, and she often used herself and her children as an example of excellent parenting and good kids. I thought it was a joke then, and I have come to view her as being a joke as a judge. Especially when she petitions Mahoning county commissioners for extra funds to finance her "innovations" in juvenile court. If you scour police records in the local area suburbs, I am sure you would find other evidence of criminal or delinquent behavior that have swept under the rug, under the influence of his excuse-making mother. He has been involved in other assaults and juvenile misdeeds. One episode even involved the assault of a special needs child in a high school classroom. This young man has an anger management problem and an entitlement problem. Jail may be the best thing to cure both.

October 24, 2013 at 7:55 p.m. suggest removal

Some nurses remain locked out at Northside after 1-day strike

Wow...union thuggery and union mentality at its finest gdog. Track down anyone who does not agree with the union? You will be tracking down a whole lot of people. This type of thinking is harmful and non productive. And certainly not behavior expected from any health care worker, let alone a nurse. There are plenty of people, in and out of the hospital who don't agree with the YGDNA tactics in the negotiations process. Keep harping in the patient care issue and further diminish an already shaky public perception of Northside hospital and the care provided there.

September 26, 2013 at 1:10 p.m. suggest removal

Official: Canfield superintendent finalist ‘proved himself’

Once again the Canfield Board has not failed to disappoint in its predictablity. I don't know how anyone can say that the hiree "proved" himself in the stakeholder interview on Tuesday. Once again, the Board thinks it can snooker the public with fairy tales of collaboration and respect for the wishes of the community. In the end, the decision to hire Mr. Geordan appears to be based on the protection of the status quo in the Canfield schools. Mr Geordan was very adept at speaking in the same warm, fuzzy, vague language used by Board members and seems to really covet the Canfield job because of the excellent reputation and achievements of this district. I am sure that the lure of an overly-inflated salary and benefits package did not do anything to diminish Mr. Geordan's enthusiasm for the Canfield job, either.

I am getting an incredible feeling of deja vu.

May 10, 2012 at 10:11 a.m. suggest removal

Canfield relays, swimmers place high at D2 meet

Dear Vindy:

Try these articles for a start...no one wants to just read results. Give some color and background to your articles!
And Craig....the Vindy has done a disservice to John, but these articles are great!





February 25, 2012 at 10:51 a.m. suggest removal

Canfield relays, swimmers place high at D2 meet

@craig...you are absolutely right! The vindy has consistently left out results, spelled names incorrectly or unexplainedly completely left out individuals who qualified for districts from this area from other very small teams (Jamie Stahl from Berlin western reserve). John swam great races, and fortunately for him he received great news coverage from the Warren Tribune!
The Vindicator should take hints from the Tribune, the Akron Beacon Journal, the Cleveland Plain dealer, and sportsink.com. All of these news sources understand and appreciate the hard work, dedication, and accomplishments of swimmers.

All of the kids who swim in this area deserve better!

February 25, 2012 at 10:36 a.m. suggest removal

Mooney’s Joe Boniface advances to state swim meet

The vindy coverage of swimming is atrocious. Learn to spell names people!

February 19, 2012 at 8:25 a.m. suggest removal

UPDATED: Police seek stalker as suspect; Canfield murder victim identified

I will lift up a prayer for this woman and her grieving family. This poor woman has been tortured the last year of her life. She lived in fear and dread of what could happen....and it did. She was not protected by our judicial system and that is both sad and frightening.

February 8, 2012 at 3:17 p.m. suggest removal

Canfield replaces girls softball coach

Miss Piggy....bitterness, malice and vindictiveness are not attractive qualities. You have done so much for your argument in defense of the softball coach. We all feel so much warm and fuzzier now that we have read your contributions to this blog.

January 30, 2012 at 9:09 a.m. suggest removal

Canfield replaces girls softball coach

The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.
Winston Churchill

Deal with it Walter, Miss Piggy and Wolfie.....your feeble and misguided attempts to defend the actions of an administration that protected an abusive coach and the illegal and unethical practices of the Canfield school administration, AD, and BOE will fail. Wrong is wrong....no matter what decade you grew up in.

January 28, 2012 at 9:49 a.m. suggest removal

Canfield replaces girls softball coach

Ms piggy
You are clueless

January 27, 2012 at 3:51 p.m. suggest removal



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