Vindicator file photo / January 11, 1964 | The Very Rev. Theodosios, second from left, bishop of the Greek Orthodox Diocese of Pittsburgh, braved heavy snowfall 59 years ago to inspect the property on Glenwood Avenue Extension that would be the new location of St. Joh’s Greek Orthodox Church. Next to the bishop is the Rev. James Demetriades, pastor of the church. Others are George Carvelas, Christ Chengelis, and Atty. Steve Stanos and Arthur Mazarakis.

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1998: Dr. John Venglarcik, head of pediatric infectious disease at Tod Children's Hospital,  says that the idea that cold-causing germs and bacteria thrive during warm spells in the winter is a "wives' tale" that was debunked by research in the 1950s.For the first time in Niles McKinley High School history, advanced placement calculus is being offered, and students can receive high school or college credit.

Mario Nero, who fell 11 votes short of being re-elected to the Lowellville Board of Education in November, is back on the board after all. He was appointed to the seat vacated by James Carchedi, who resigned after moving from the district. 

1983: Anthony  Latell is re-elected chairman of the Trumbull County board of commissioners by fellow commissioners Margaret Dennison and Arthur Magee.  

Democrat Richard F. Celeste is sworn in as governor of Ohio, succeeding James A. Rhodes, who had served a total of 16 years as the state's chief executive, more than any other man. 

Two Republicans resign from the Public Utilities Commission after Celeste takes office, but Democrat Michael Del Bane of Hubbard remains. 

1973: Ohio Gov. John Gilligan's plan for spending $82 million in federal revenue-sharing funds includes $1 million for an Ohio National Guard armory at Youngstown Municipal Airport. 

Wayne Greenwood Sr. of Cortland is elected president of the Trumbull County Board of Education, succeeding Marjorie Fenton. 

Vivian Pemberton, an assistant professor of English at Kent State University, knows as much about cussin' as any man. She's become an expert on profanity, and her specialty has made her a popular speaker. 

1948: Esther Nordlund, a former Youngstown woman who has been a missionary to China for the First Covenant Church of Youngstown, is one of three Americans slain by bandits. 

Three young brothers, Edward, Robert, and Glenn Gill, are the only survivors of a fire that killed their mother, father, two baby sisters, and an uncle at the family's home near Sharpsville. The badly burned bodies were placed in a single coffin for burial. 

Two East Side residents are arrested for beating up insurance agent Charles Welsh after he refused to pay an insurance claim the men said they were entitled to.