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Stories published August 10, 2001

Punks should have to shovel cow dung

Opinion: If "eye for an eye" justice prevailed in this country, the mental midgets who thought it was fun to


MCDONALD SCHOOLS Runners' parents request 2nd coach

Two board members said the coach should have brought the issue to them sooner. By MARY SMITH


NILES Belmont Avenue bridge reopens

By DENISE DICK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF NILES -- One of two paths over the Mahoning River in


The shelter will remain open despite the funding loss.

The shelter will remain open despite the funding loss. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


SURVEY RESULTS

SURVEY RESULTS Teen drug use Prem Shah, 16, asked 400 high school students in Cuyahoga, Trumbull


LIBERTY TOWNSHIP Street resurfacing

Royal Arms Drive Arms Drive Greenbrier Drive Lamplighter Drive Twin Oak Drive Kingwood


BOARD OF CONTROL Youngstown

The Youngstown Board of Control took these actions Thursday: Bought a 2001 Ford Taurus SE from


Man, 84, dies in crash

Man, 84, dies in crash MERCER, Pa. -- A Franklin man died Thursday afternoon after a wreck in Mill


After chase, local woman faces charges

AUSTINTOWN -- A 41-year-old Boardman woman faces several charges, including resisting arrest,


Gearing up inspections

The steam tractor that exploded in Medina would not have been allowed here, Trumbull County club


Suited up for a blast

By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER CANFIELD -- They looked like the offspring of a


Incoherent swimmer

Incoherent swimmer WARREN -- A man swimming in the Mahoning River behind WCI Steel would get out


BOARDMAN Target plans to open store in The Shops

The retailer expects to open its Boardman store in July 2002. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR


Laura E. Davies to be bride of Charles Campbell

Sept. 8 has been chosen for the wedding of Laura Elaine Davies and Charles Edward Campbell, both of


LIBERTY POLICE Former captain files suit

The township has maintained it did nothing wrong. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


WARREN Car hits a child on bike, then van

The women also are accused of assaulting police officers. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR


Davis: From start, we're playing to win

The head coach said he'll try to get as many players as possible into the game. By PHIL NOVAK


Youngstown boy, 10, drowns

Lifeguards and paramedics couldn't resuscitate the boy on the shore of the lake. By IAN HILL


MCDONALD SCHOOLS Newsletter to inform of renovations

The construction project in village schools is in full swing. McDONALD--A newsletter will be


MERCER COUNTY Law library gets grant for records

Old legal documents will be accessible on computer. By MARY GRZEBIENIAK VINDICATOR


Man to serve 13 years

Man to serve 13 years YOUNGSTOWN -- Antonio Griffin, 22, of Hillman Way, was sentenced to 13 years


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ALLEN & lt;/B & gt;, Clyde

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ALLEN & lt;/B & gt;, Clyde C., of Hanoverton;


Man gets 8 years, predator label

Lawrence Plante said his problems were rooted in addiction to pornography. By BOB JACKSON


Crew removes suspect items

YOUNGSTOWN -- The sweat from four candidates for the Youngstown Police Department bomb squad


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth Steven and Haley Stanish, 971 Colonial Drive, Youngstown, girl, Aug. 9. Pete and


Record earnings achieved for Ohio's Treasury

Opinion: Ohio's general revenue fund earned a record $400.2 million in interest for the 2001 fiscal year.


Poor sewer system blamed for flooding

WARREN -- An Austintown business says Liberty Township, Trumbull County and the state are to blame


CLUB CALENDAR

ASSOCIATIONS XMcDonald Midget Football Association will meet at 7 p.m. Sunday in the senior


Controller continues to investigate credit-card use

Officials said failure to turn in receipts is a problem among the employees who use the county


STEAM SHOW Details

When: Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. to dark both days. Where: Johnston Township Park, behind fire


Foundation finishes business with its last scholarships

WARREN -- The Trumbull County Private Industry Council Foundation was to go out of existence today,


Felesa VanRossun, Mr. Cunningham to be married

HESSTON, Kan. -- Felesa VanRossun, East Pine Street, and Howard Cunningham, Academy Street, are


Face it: Baseball needs to be fixed

The Kansas City Royals had a nice lineup in the works. Johnny Damon batting leadoff, Jermaine Dye


Children benefit from fraternity's good deed

Opinion: The good deed of a Youngstown State University fraternity made two hot summer days a little more


Parents announce O'Connell-Will engagement

GIRARD -- Patrick and Diane O'Connell, 47 E. Wilson Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter,


Talk canceled

Talk canceled YOUNGSTOWN -- A talk on the Sacred Heart set for noon Saturday at the Shrine of Our


Williamsport steals game

The Crosscutters stole five bases and collected 16 hits to top Mahoning Valley, 9-2. By BILL


COURTS

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Michael J. Maloney Jr., 21, of 1093 N. Hubbard Road,


2 waves of migration

2 waves of migration Migrants from Asia populated the New World in at least two separate waves, a


INDICTMENTS

INDICTMENTS Mahoning County The following people were indicted Thursday by a Mahoning County


Roller coaster enthusiasts, above from left, Adam Spivak, 38, of Whitemarsh, Pa.; Phil Guarno, 38,

Roller coaster enthusiasts, above from left, Adam Spivak, 38, of Whitemarsh, Pa.; Phil Guarno, 38,


TEACH ENGLISH

Opinion: Washington Post: Monday's data from the Census Bureau should sharpen the debate on bilingual


GIRARD Mayor: Crisis to last two years

The mayor says he's received calls from volunteers who would like to serve on the fiscal recovery


Doreen Golubich, Leo Connelly Jr. set wedding date

YOUNGSTOWN -- The engagement of Doreen P. Golubich and Leo H. Connelly Jr., both of 60 N. Raccoon


Sewer contracts awarded

The New Springfield contractor won one and lost one in the sewer squabble. By BOB JACKSON


GAIL WHITE Youth camp director helps kids to beat the odds

Every morning at 8 a.m., Eddie Encarnacion arrives at 1000 South Ave. on the city's South Side to