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The Sunday edition began on June 7, 1896. Thus the Youngstown Vindicator, and its successor title since 1983, TheVindicator, has published a daily look at life in the Mahoning and Shenango valleys, for over 120 years, documenting local, national, and international events.Where can I find old vindicator newspapers?
YOUNGSTOWN — The archives of The Vindicator, which ceased publication in downtown Youngstown on Aug. 31 after 150 years, are back online. Visitors to www.vindyarchives.com may access past news stories and local sports, as well as entertainment coverage. Also available are past editorials, letters to the editor, obituaries and death notices.What is the history of the Mahoning County Vindicator?
The paper was founded as the weekly The Mahoning Vindicator by J. H. Odell in 1869. It was purchased by William F. Maag in 1887 and has been published daily since Sept.25, 1889.What happened to the Vindicator?
The Vindicator embarked on a digitization project of all of its past issues. The paper participated in the Google News Archive project that was terminated after many Vindicator issues from 1869 to 2009 were digitized. Check their website to keep track of developments.