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Thank you and goodbye. It’s been a great ride.
When Ed O’Neill tells you about the best athlete he knew growing up in Youngstown, you listen.
39-11-28 — my final stat line as an employee of The Vindicator. For 39 years, 11 months and 28
Opinion: Mahoning Valley Congressman James A. Traficant Jr. was riding high. His election victories were landslides; most area politicians feared him; his national reputation kept growing because of his profane (rather than profound) one-minute speeches on the floor of the House; and his war with The Vindicator was reaching new heights.
Editor’s note: This story appeared in the July 2, 1985 edition of The Vindicator and is one of the most talked about stories during the career of the late Chuck Perazich, the newspaper’s sports editor from 1977-92.
Editorial: A daily newspaper is a living organism that’s renewed each day with a new edition. Thus, when a
Perazich made a big impact
Opinion: A state officials roots were planted in Youngstown.
While newspapers are traditionally where readers turn for hard news, information, sports and features, one of the more popular pages in the newspaper is what readers affectionately refer to as ‘the funny pages.’
Vindicator’s rich history had fun moments
Editorial: The one item in The Vindicator that elicited the most enthusiastic response – in support or in opposition – was The Editorial.
Mahoning Valley athletes soared to make us proud
Opinion: EDITOR’S NOTE: Many of these letters are written by long-time contributors of the Letters to the
Ads were often as colorful as the news stories
A look back at some major news events covered by The Vindicator for a century and a half.
The Vindicator printed its first Rotogravure section in 1926.
OUR HISTORY Feb. 28, 1850: William F. Maag born to Johannes and Catherine Maag, Ebingen, Germany.
The past two months have been difficult for The Vindicator’s newsroom staff, as reporters and
Opinion: Vindicator shutdown leaves void in Valley With the final edition today of The Vindicator, I want
Pittsburgh native now has Ohio memories