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TRIBE NOTEBOOK From Jacobs Field

Road warriors: The Mariners are 45-15 in road games and have not lost a series away from Safeco

Levy would go toward repairs and improvements

HUBBARD -- The board of education will seek a renewal levy and an additional emergency levy on the

Spence-Haloulos engagement is made known

Announcement is being made of the coming marriage of Juliet Spence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan

JACOBS FIELD Indians' rally not enough this time

The 8-6 loss was unlike Sunday's 15-14 comeback win over Seattle. By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR

Blue jay testing

Blue jay testing NEWTON FALLS -- The Trumbull County Health Department will send a dead blue jay

Subpoena requests are just politics, official says

The subpoenas seek testimony of the mayor's attorney and his wife, an appeals court judge. By


Opinion: Washington Post: The vigor with which Microsoft has insisted that the recent antitrust ruling by a

Help through videos

Help through videos Worried that your teen-ager is experimenting with drugs, that your grade-

LIBERTY Panel makes its pick for police chief

Trustees will meet Wednesday to consider the committee's recommendation. By TIM YOVICH

September rite set for Miss Harris and Alan Orlaski

The engagement of Karen Kristine Harris and Alan Jacob Orlaski, both of 6923 Winterpark Ave.,

ATTITUDE CHANGE: Jack Soelter, 14, of Niles, above, works on an assignment, and Mike Flood, 15, of

ATTITUDE CHANGE: Jack Soelter, 14, of Niles, above, works on an assignment, and Mike Flood, 15, of

Celina DiNofrio, Kevin Williams to be married

Celina M. DiNofrio, daughter of Joette DiNofrio of Mingo Junction, and Kevin J. Williams, a son of

DIANE MAKAR MURPHY A Commons goal: one neighborhood's renewal

Mahoning Commons isn't a large area. It includes a scattering of residences amid several businesses

Popio to be sworn in

Popio to be sworn in YOUNGSTOWN -- Atty. Loren A. Popio of Canfield will be sworn in at 2 p.m.

WARREN Man indicted on charge of aggravated murder

The men and a group of friends were playing cards. WARREN -- Shawn Price, 22, of Maple Street

MERCER COUNTY Gas utility reduces rate 24%

A decrease in the cost of gas enabled the company to make the reduction. SHARON, Pa. -- National

St. Elizabeth

St. Elizabeth Gino and Michele Cappelli, 2241 Burbank Ave., Youngstown, boy, Aug. 6. Jason and


MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Lawrence S. Brooks, 30, of 746 W. LaClede, Youngstown, and

Sheree Lewis, Brian Miller to wed Sept. 8

CANFIELD -- Sheree Lynn Lewis and Brian Christopher Miller, both of 329 Carriage Lane, are

TRUMBULL COUNTY Sprint adjusts charges in local calling areas

WARREN -- Starting today, Sprint telephone customers in some parts of Trumbull County will no longer

NILES Move addresses school overcrowding problem

Transferred pupils will continue to ride the same school bus with pupils attending Bonham. By

WARREN Two plead innocent in endangering

The children were left for about an hour, officials say. WARREN -- A husband and wife are free on

LAWRENCE COUNTY Petition drive gets support

A brochure explaining the referendum will be put out this fall by the Lawrence County League of

Officials investigate woman's death

WARREN -- An official cause of death is pending for a 28-year-old Newton Township woman who died

KINSMAN Officials: Feeding bears is feeding the problem

Mating season ended in July, so sightings should be down, the wildlife official said. By KERRI

Center to begin name game

SALEM -- Area residents and businesses can put their name on the community center now being built,

YOUNGSTOWN Table turns on watcher

The mayor said he found the head of the citizens league on the ground behind trees with binoculars

Pupils heal wounds with C.A.S.T.



XCanfield High School classes of 1940, 1941 and 1942 will hold a reunion Sept. 8 at A La Cart

WEDDING-DAY TIPS Help the day run smoothly

Don't forget to eat. Many brides get caught up in all of the excitement (and nervousness) and forget

MAHONING COUNTY Check on elderly, EMA says

The idea is the same in summer as it is in winter. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER

Goal of lawsuit: Close school

The multimillion-dollar suit says that contamination from one school to another is 'practically a

CHAMPION New law on zoning comes into play

Trustees hope to pave 12 to 14 roads this year. MARY LEE THORNDIKE VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT

Howland man elected

Howland man elected Joe Casey of Howland was elected state board director at the 73rd biennial

YOUNGSTOWN Man in police scuffle is upgraded to 'serious'

Booker Mitchell's stepdaughter said he suffered a stroke the morning after his arrest. By IAN HILL

Miss Tobin to wed Mr. McCormick in September

LIBERTY -- Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tobin of Liberty announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy

Tammy Mull, John Reed set wedding date

HUBBARD -- Plans for their forthcoming marriage are being announced by Tammy Mull and John Reed,

MAHONING VALLEY Van driver hospitalized after chase with police

The hospital refused to release any information on the man's condition. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR.

For one night, magic returns

CLEVELAND -- Over the course of a 162-game season, one game doesn't usually make much of a


Newton Falls Board of Education, 6:30 p.m., high school, 907 Milton Blvd. Youngstown Board of

TRUMBULL COUNTY Proposal for pet legislation peeves official

The Animal Rights Party will examine how legislators and public officials treat animals. By

ACE DRIVING SCHOOL Woman guilty of altering records

Prosecutors dismissed eight similar counts. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


PROFILE Anthony Slifka Background on Anthony Slifka, a committee's unanimous choice for Liberty

AUBURN, N.Y. Doubledays pound the Scrappers, 11-4

Starter Luke Field pitched well for the Scrappers, allowing only four runs -- two earned -- in six

TRAFICANT CASE Less time recommended for cooperation


NEW WILMINGTON Borough council announces paving projects

Council also made tenants responsible for routine exterior maintenance of properties they rent. By

Leah Centofanti, Jeffrey Francisco set wedding date

BOARDMAN -- John and Mary Theresa Centofanti, 5881 Sharon Drive, are announcing the engagement of

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Kelci grateful to Korey

By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF WARREN -- Kelci Amina Jones Stringer walked onto the stage

A VIKING FAREWELL Funeral for Korey Stringer honors the player and the man

The Vindicator/Bruce Palmer A young fan wearing a jersey shades his eyes from the sun as he

SALINEVILLE Police chief shoots, kills rampaging bull

The animal charged the cruiser in an attempt to ram it. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU

Hailing their 'gentle giant'

Former teammates gathered in Warren to say goodbye to a friend. By PHIL NOVAK VINDICATOR STAFF

BEAVER COUNTY Cars, planes to mix at air show

By VERONICA GORLEY VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CHIPPEWA, Pa. -- Warbirds, whirlybirds and Firebirds

Cyber vandals are criminals

Opinion: Computers are marvelous tools. In less than two decades, the industrialized world has become

Road closing in Hanover

Road closing in Hanover SALEM -- State Route 9 between state Route 172 and U.S. Route 30 in

AA not a religion, words spoken not confidential

Opinion: AA not a religion, words spoken not confidential EDITOR: "Judge bans statements made at AA

Mahoning Valley is dissed by state officials -- again

Opinion: Just about a month after the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio decided that the Mahoning Valley