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St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Jeffrey and Victoria Dinard, 4932 Signature Circle, Austintown, boy, July 31


SCRAPPERS Field pitches six strong to lead victory

Two runs in the sixth inning put the Scrappers on top. FISHKILL, N.Y. -- Luke Field pitched six


Assistant prosecutor opposes Lordi's request

Assistant prosecutor opposes Lordi's request YOUNGSTOWN -- Frank Lordi's angry outburst in court


WARREN Firm works on CSC buyout

A coalition intends to have its business plan done by Aug. 15 and hopes to be ready to restart the


U.S. HOUSE Traficant continues to push 'Buy American' amendments

By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR POLITICS WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- On Capitol Hill, U.S. Rep. James A.


AUDITIONS Where to try out for roles

ACTORS "Forever Plaid." Carnation City Players, at Firehouse Theater, 450 E. Market, Alliance,


GETTING IT RIGHT

GETTING IT RIGHT UCourt documents say Struthers Police Capt. Thomas Skovira received an anonymous


YOUNGSTOWN And the beat goes on --drivers face charges again

A man convicted last month of two loud-music offenses was cited again. By PATRICIA MEADE


NEW CASTLE Reward offered in arson

Anyone with information should contact the city police or fire department. By LAURE CIOFFI


Commissioners to drop Adelphia phone service

Commissioners expect to save nearly $28,000 a year on phone bills. YOUNGSTOWN -- Mahoning County


GETTING READY: Chris Hopkins and Shawn Shanower, both of Middlefield, make a low pass in a 1941 Ryan

GETTING READY: Chris Hopkins and Shawn Shanower, both of Middlefield, make a low pass in a 1941 Ryan


Prosecutor opposes Lordi probation request

Prosecutor opposes Lordi probation request YOUNGSTOWN -- Frank Lordi's angry outburst in court and


CSC RESCUE PLAN

CSC RESCUE PLAN The players Other business turnaround experts working with the Renaissance


Striving to serve, from the top down

Bosses working for their employees? William Knecht suggests it's a business method that gets


MAHONING COUNTY Summit to focus on youth services

Judge Theresa Dellick wants lawmakers to help find a way to provide mental health service for


WARREN Parents face charges after leaving kids in van

The three children were left in the parked vehicle for about an hour in the heat, deputies say. By


LAWRENCE COUNTY Developer buys land for facility for elderly

It will take about 16 months to build the facility, the developer said. By LAURE CIOFFI


BOARDMAN Bargain solves pile of protests

All those involved left the meeting satisfied. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


Heart attacks more deadly for those with low incomes

Opinion: The announcement yesterday that patients with public health insurance are more likely to die when


YOUNGSTOWN Prosecutors reach deal in 1992 shooting case

Many witnesses to the shooting have left the area and their whereabouts are unknown to authorities.


Warren residents mourned the passing of the former Harding football star.

Warren residents mourned the passing of the former Harding football star. By JOHN BASSETTI


Howland project to relieve traffic

HOWLAND -- New traffic signals, smoother roads and a turning lane will help to relieve traffic


Juvenile court program will give kids a chance

Opinion: When Judge Theresa Dellick was appointed by Gov. Bob Taft to fill the vacancy on the Mahoning County


TRUMBULL COUNTY Water threatens records

The county recorder maintains that despite the accident, the records are safe. By STEPHEN SIFF


THE VIEQUES REALITIES

Opinion: Chicago Tribune: President Bush, who is determined to expand the Republican Party's appeal to


BOARDMAN Armstrong Cable raises basic price

The Disney Channel, Court TV and FX will be standard under the new basic plan. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY


Vets on call Clinic doctors help keep fair animals healthy

By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LISBON -- Caring for the health of animals large and


Area woman to perform

Area woman to perform Amanda Campbell of Warren is one of 10 dancers who will perform this


DIANE MAKAR MURPHY This family knows: It's good to horse around

Heidi Bokry loves horses. "Nothing is more beautiful than letting the horses out of the barn in


MAHONING COUNTY Office rejects man's bids

Dave Sugar said he's got years of experience with projects such as the ones in question. By BOB


COLUMBIANA COUNTY FAIR Elvis impersonator: I prefer act my way

Variety acts and Elvis tributes are featured nightly at the fair. BY VERONICA GORLEY VINDICATOR


TRAFICANT

TRAFICANT Buy American amendments The House has approved "Buy American" amendments, sponsored by


OUT-OF-TOWN BIRTHS

Nathan and Cynthia (Young) Morrow of Akron are announcing the birth of a daughter, Madison Christine


BOB DIPIERO Liberty native shares a 'Laugh'

Liberty native Bob DiPiero culled recordings of songwriters' showcases in Nashville for the music on


WARREN Defense says truth is near

A teen-age defendant was accidentally shot during an aggravated robbery. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


PERMIT VIOLATION Ex-councilman to go to trial

The case will be heard by the municipal court magistrate. By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME


YOUNGSTOWN Council panel OKs rehab of quarters

Ciy council's clerks will experience fewer disruptions and better productivity. By PETER H.


ELKTON Prison acts after escape

The warden acknowledged there were glitches in informing residents of the breakout but said they


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Henry J. Percy Jr., 26, of 14068 Ellsworth Road, Berlin


Player was a hero at center

Korey Stringer made several appearances at the community center. By JOHN BASSETTI VINDICATOR


Testing drinking water in Columbiana County

Testing drinking water in Columbiana County LISBON -- Columbiana County residents, institutions


A gentle giant falls

Warren residents mourned the passing of the former Harding football star. By JOHN BASSETTI


Judge bars statements made at AA meetings

Judge bars statements made at AA meetings WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- A federal judge overturned a


In your back yard

In your back yard STRUTHERS -- Readers across the state will get a look at the city in the


LOCAL PRODUCTION Play pokes fun at rivalry between theaters

Community theater veterans will recognize many of the stereotypical characters in Michael Dempsey's


WARREN Guilty plea in shooting of baby

The defendant faces up to 20 years in prison. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


Prison officials act after escape

LISBON -- Federal prison authorities are beefing up patrols and improving a resident notification


GIRARD Former wrestler pleads guilty

'The Snake' will receive alcohol-abuse treatment in Texas. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL


Player was a hero at RWCC

Korey Stringer always made appearances at the community center. By JOHN BASSETTI VINDICATOR