• Man charged with assaulting a person with a sink - Youngstown Vindicator

    Youngstown Vindicator -  YOUNGSTOWN — A Randolph Street man is in the Mahoning County jail on a charge of felonious assault after reports said he beat a man with a sink that was lying in his yard. Police were called about 10:30 p.m. Thursday to the 300 block of Randolph, and ...
  • Students go on journey with YSO - Youngstown Vindicator

    Youngstown Vindicator -  Neighbors | Alexis Bartolomucci.Dobbins Elementary students enjoyed the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra concert at Poland Seminary High School on March 22. Pictured are, from left, Sabrina Metzinger, Raina Trolio, Zach Ohlin and Ethan Andrews.
  • DEREK RIVERS DRAFT UPDATE - Youngstown Vindicator

    Youngstown Vindicator -  Former Youngstown State defensive end Derek Rivers was not selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft but is not expected to be selected until the second of third round according to projections from and Rivers traveled ...
  • Race for Youngstown mayor pits two hopefuls who clashed before - Youngstown Vindicator

    Youngstown Vindicator -  The most compelling race on Tuesday's ballot is the Democratic primary for Youngstown mayor. It's a rematch from four years ago between John A. McNally and Jamael Tito Brown. In the 2013 Democratic primary, McNally won by only 142 votes. Since then ...
  • Music education at West Branch honored - Youngstown Vindicator

    Youngstown Vindicator -  West Branch Local School District was recently recognized as one of the best communities for music education by the National Association of Music Merchants. The award honors a district's commitment to music education through the efforts of teachers, ...
  • Tarpley enters contest for Youngstown mayor - Youngstown Vindicator

    Youngstown Vindicator -  Former 6th Ward councilwoman Janet Tarpley said now is the time for her to run for mayor. “I can't wait any longer, and I'm not getting any younger,” Tarpley said. “I have to put my energy in this right now.” She filed her petition Thursday morning to ...

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