Monthly Saturday columns from Vindicator regional editor Ernie Brown:
Opinion: The Coalition for Health Promotion is one of 112 community coalitions hailed by a national organization.
Opinion: The Links Inc.
Opinion: Beverly E. Smith will speak at the Delta Sigma Theta’s 2019 Founder’s Day luncheon at YSU’s Kilcawley Center.
Opinion: Erica Crawley is a new Ohio House representative, and Rochelle Robinson is mayor of Georgia city.
Opinion: Early voting is available today, Sunday and Monday
Opinion: The facilitators are Youngstown natives, and the workshop is from Oct. 26-28.
Opinion: The fellowship is for leaders working to transform their communities.
Opinion: The reunion picnic is today at East High School. The wellness walk is Aug. 11 beginning at the Covelli Centre.
Opinion: CSU, one of Ohio’s two historically black colleges and universities, was denied funding through the federal land-grant process.
Opinion: The center’s part-time executive director said the center again will sponsor a youth football program.
Opinion: Voters are being asked to approve additional money for school districts in Boardman, Howland and Niles.
Opinion: The church began in 2006 with a service in a chapel room at the Salvation Army on the South Side.
Opinion: The contributions of women to our country’s greatness must always be remembered and appreciated
Opinion: The month always recalls contributions black folks have made in this country