Firefighters from several departments responded to a fire at the former Salem China Company.
Smoke is billowing from the former Salem China Company. (Submitted by Kira Michele Mohr)
Vindicator Photo Highlights Nov. 19-25, 2017
The Youngstown Foundation donated $3miillion towards the Youngstown Amphitheater.
Vindicator photo highlights week of November 12-18, 2017.
Jordan DePaul discusses working with Dennis Drummond.
Valley native and singer/songwriter Jordan DePaul sings one of his new songs, "A to Z."
Valley native Jordan DePaul joined Vindy Talk Radio to discuss his musical journey and moving to Nashville and Brooklyn.
Ving App CEO Tony DeAscentis joined Vindy Talk Radio to discuss innovation and the tech industry.
Co-owner Michael Froomkin discusses the history of Plaza Donuts and their specials to celebrate 55 years in business.
Jacob Duritsky, VP of Strategy and Research at Team NEO, speaks on economic development in Northeast Ohio.
Youngstown mayor-elect Jamael Tito Brown joined VTR now to discuss the election and his plans for the city!
The South Range Football team is getting some high tech help.
Howard Friend was drafted on D-Day and fought in The Battle of the Bulge. He shared his story today with Rotary of Youngstown.
Bill Conkey, volunteer at Bethel Lutheran Church, speaks on their monthly dinner and the impact on the community.
The Mahoning Valley Flight Crew sample the craft beer at Downtown Youngstown's newest bar.
Don LoGiudice and Phil Krauss of Boardman share their stories in Sen. Todd Young's office. Mahoning Valley locals are among groups from across the country in D.C. to oppose cuts to programs that help fund addiction treatment.
Vindicator Photo highlights week of Nov. 5-11.
On Oct. 5, 2016, one month before a dispute between Nasser Hamad and his girlfriend’s family came to the attention of Howland police through multiple 911 calls, Hamad got a stiff rebuke from a Trumbull County Common Pleas Court magistrate over his behavior toward a former business associate.
Robert Morales, UAW Local 1714 president, reflects on 47 years of UAW 1714.