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Ryan, Betras to team up for election effort

Why don't they "canvass" the South Side of Youngstown, say South Ave. between Indianloa and Glenwood to see the results of failed Democratic leadership in the Valley? Then, follow it up with a "canvassing" of the west side of Warren, going out Rte. 422.

October 31, 2014 at 1:44 p.m. suggest removal

Year passes, owners still search for Sammi

It's their money and they can spend it how they see fit. I would not waste it a cat; maybe for my dog. However, after a year, they need to come to terms with the fact that the cat has most likely been caught by a coyote.

October 30, 2014 at 11:06 a.m. suggest removal

Mother of homicide victim found dead in Youngstown

I remember watching the news stories about this women when her daughter was murdered. You could knock we over with a feather with this new development. Go ahead and use drugs because you are going to be the first person on which drugs has not had a negative effect. SMH

October 29, 2014 at 12:28 p.m. suggest removal

YSU opens only lab of its kind in Ohio

Miss Miller's story is similar to my son's experience at YSU in the chemistry and biology labs. He worked in the labs during his undergrad studies. When he then went to the OSU Medical school for his doctoral studies in molecular and cellular biology, his fellow researchers were amazed at his level of experience in the lab settings and his proficiency in using the tools. And, this was from those that had degrees from prestigious private universities. When they ask where he got all he did his undergrad studies, he tells them "THEE Youngstown State University". Many people in this area don't understand what a gem YSU is and what a great value in higher education. YSU, at one time, had a top-flight materials science department but it collapsed with the steel mills. Now that we are going into advanced materials, it is great to see it shine again! Great news!

October 29, 2014 at 12:23 p.m. suggest removal

Boardman looks to improve rental property standards

The zoning inspector was horrified that a rental had no heat or running water. If the unit had no working furnace or plumbing, then it is the landlord's fault. However, if the gas and water had been shut off due to non-payment of the bills, then it is the tenant's fault. No matter, good landlords should not mind paying a small fee for registration as it will help to protect the housing values. But, landlords must verify that there property is being maintained and is not becoming a rat's nest.

October 27, 2014 at 4:31 p.m. suggest removal

VIDEO | Vindicator’s stashed WWII files lay to rest man’s questions

Good Lord,
So Roble was part of the units that were dropped in behind enemy lines, before the sh!t hit the fan on the beaches. Does it matter the exact time the planes took off or when they were dropped. They had a suicide mission for the most part.

The point of the story is that history can become uncovered every day. In this case, it was in meticulously kept records in the Vindicator that it appears nobody currently working there knew existed. Seems to me that Mr. Franko is demonstrating the importance of having "old-fashioned" newspapers still in existence, promoting a continuity of local historical facts. I, too, believe that it is vitally important and the reason why I still maintain a print subscription. Of course, I am also a former newsie that carried the Vindy to homes everyday in my neat blue or orange or white sack. I never wanted an orange belt buckle but did want one of those cool coin dispensers that were worn on the belt.

Absolutely a great piece by Todd Franko about pride and perseverance of one man. Keep up the good work, Todd, as it difficult enough to be the editor and also writing feature stories.

October 27, 2014 at 1:41 p.m. suggest removal

Pair arrested after city police hear dozens of shots Sunday

I sincerely doubt that 40 gunshots would hardly cause a panic with the types in this crowd. This is just an normal Saturday night on the "Sout Sie".

October 20, 2014 at 12:26 p.m. suggest removal

Study links hundreds of eastern Ohio quakes to fracking

Quakes measuring 1.7 to 2.2 on the scale typically occur at my house the morning after a good meal of Mexican food.

October 15, 2014 at 12:29 p.m. suggest removal

Cops: YSU player breaks water line with punch

Yes, Meg, the fault lies with (pick one):
1. plastic water line
2. complex management
3. knucklehead Wheary

Give me a minute to think about it. In my reasoning, this appears to be an unintended consequence of a very stupid action, not an accident. Can anyone think that they can punch a wall (aberrant behavior) and not damage either a hand or a wall? Young men will do dumb things but the mistakes must be paid for.

I choose 3.

October 15, 2014 at 12:26 p.m. suggest removal

Austintown schools offering nutritious options

"Fat" is a state of mind. I am happy to say that my body fits my bone structure. And, yes, I am on blood pressure meds but not cholesterol meds as statins are evil in my mind. You see, I eat reasonable quantities of good food, regardless of the calorie content, and avoid the non-natural partially-hydrogenated fats. And, I wash it all down with copious amounts of Sam Adams or Yuengling (or my own creation) beer! You see, I believe I know what is best for me and I really don't want to live to be 90 if I have to eat like a rabbit on the way. AND...most importantly, I don't smoke cigarettes and never have. Now, I would like to know what BHO's daughters eat at their private school and when his husband is not watching. And, btw, does Barry still smoke?

October 7, 2014 at 1:36 p.m. suggest removal



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