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Please note, our last day of publication was Saturday, August 31, 2019.

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Valley entertainment spanned opera house to amphitheater

When it comes to producing entertainment, Youngstown has never taken a back seat to any city.

Ella Maag led the way as Society department grew

There’s so much to be said for being at the right place at the right time.

Golf columnist’s love for game has grown

Karzmer says thanks to those who followed

ESTHER HAMILTON | Dedicated to my employer, The Vindicator

Written from her retirement home in Lake Park, Fla. Aug. 7, 1977

Area leaders, business owners, artists

Tressel, Strasfeld, Sutman, MOHN, O’Neill, Giordani, Pernotto, Ewing, Klim

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The end of our story: The Vindicator's 150-year run ends today

In the end, The Vindicator staff consisted of more than 140 employees, which included editorial – reporters, editors, photographers, copy editors/designers, artists and editorial writers; accounting; creative services; and the executive team. Today’s edition is the last Vindicator brought to you by all of the people in the photo. Vindicator owner Mark Brown said the decision to close is the toughest he’s ever had to make.

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Fall TV preview

Jimmy Smits returns to TV Sept. 23 on Bluff City Law on NBC.

Howland officer injured as Warren man crashes into cruiser

Howland officer injured as Warren man crashes into cruiser


HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS FRIDAY’S RESULTS GIRLS GOLF ursuline 198, beaver local 212 at Stambaugh

Road closed for festival

Road closed for festival HARTFORD The Trumbull County engineer announced that Five Points


NEWSMAKERS Valerie Harper, TV’s Rhoda, has died at 80 LOS ANGELES Valerie Harper, who scored

Top crime and political corruption moments

Beginning with the KKK to the Oakhill Renaissance Place conspiracy, The Vindicator has been to expose crime and political corruption.

Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks: v Canfield Fair, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.: One can always count on enjoying


Ohio NONVIOLENCE WEEK The Ohio Nonviolence Week committee is announcing the events for Nonviolence

The life span of perennials

Q. How long do perennials really live? I’ve been told many die out in just a couple of years. Please


GARDEN CLEANUP When: Sept. 11, 6 p.m. What: Join the Trumbull County Master Gardener Volunteers

Colleagues, co-workers, friends recall great community newspaper

Many journalists honed their craft or even had full careers in The Vindicator’s newsroom. Here are

Bayley named director of development for Meridian HealthCare

Rebecca Bayley has degrees from Ohio State and Youngstown State universities.

Justin Olsen pleads not guilty to federal charges

By Jessica Hardin YOUNGSTOWN The Boardman teen arrested and charged with

Poland schools consolidates debt

The refinancing consolidates the district’s debt into one $5.1 million loan.

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