Todd Franko

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Weekly Sunday columns from Vindicator editor Todd Franko

State health director’s passion come from Youngstown

Opinion: A state officials roots were planted in Youngstown.

Be a fan like Charlie

Opinion: The best fluke occurrence in my life is about to end – 34 years after it began. How it started, I

Closing a legacy

Opinion: We begin to ramp up this week the closing process of The Vindicator as it’s been known for 150

Here’s hoping for many more years of Greatest

Opinion: Many of us set out to do great things – for ourselves, for family, neighbors, business and more.

So what next?

Opinion: A month ago, we announced the planned closing of The Vindicator. We have one month left before

Readers reveal how Vindy made impact

Opinion: As many have experienced and most others can deduce, being told your company is closing is profound.

When you’re the news

Opinion: The fuzzy photo you see here is not the greatest photo. But in some ways, it is. The news that we

Circling the silos

Opinion: Before the closure of Lordstown, this group of Mahoning Valley leaders was contacted by GM CEO Mary

Yes, you can

Opinion: The first time I saw the new Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre was long before I stepped into it

Japanese counsel general has different view of labor unions

Opinion: Japanese counsel general visits Mahoning Valley.

LeBron’s best yet to come

Opinion: The NBA finals have begun – set to determine the champ of the 2018-19 season. It’s the first time

The speech I did not give ...

Opinion: My last son graduated high school yesterday. Of his many tasks as senior class president (brag

‘I Want to Live’

Opinion: Christine Terlesky was diagnosed with ALS six years ago.

Two projects to watch for

Opinion: Two projects to watch for

Readers find fun with old Vindys

Opinion: Richard Price has been a fan of Idora Park since his dad’s company picnics. Mary Komsa’s