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LISBON MURDER PLOT Throw out teacher's remarks, lawyers urge

By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LISBON -- Attorneys defending a teacher accused in a


CLUB CALENDAR

CLUBS XThat Quilt Group I Belong To will meet at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 21 at Fair Park in Canfield. The


By WILLIAM K. ALCORN

By WILLIAM K. ALCORN VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- A pair of friendly, caring adult arms


BOARDMAN Officials: Station is unsafe

Trustees are still looking for the owner of the dilapidated structure on Southern Boulevard. By


Stargazing, hiking at McConnell's Mill

PORTERSVILLE, Pa. -- Stargazing and environmentally friendly hiking techniques will be featured this


AUSTINTOWN Loose gator renews home rule debate

The escaped alligator spent an hour lounging on rocks in front of the home. By IAN HILL


UPTOWN Nelson Bedding makes a move

The new owner will use one part of the site as incubator for fledgling Christian businesses. By


WARREN Assault and bikini: 2 women arraigned

Both women pleaded innocent and will be back in court later this month. By AMANDA C. DAVIS


NORTH STAR STEEL Pipe mill is put up for sale

By CYNTHIA VINARSKY VINDICATOR BUSINESS WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- North Star Steel's seamless pipe


LISBON MURDER PLOT Lawyers want teacher's remarks thrown out

By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU LISBON -- Attorneys defending a teacher accused in a


Forum Health Northside

Forum Health Northside Todd and Tammy Perkins, 750 Coitsville-Hubbard Road, Youngstown, girl, Aug.


Stringer's widow speaks to 'Today'

Stringer's widow speaks to 'Today' Korey Stringer told his wife the night before he collapsed that


PAULA LYDA MICHAEL WONNER

PAULA LYDA MICHAEL WONNER NORTH LIMA -- Paula Cari Lyda, 10611 Route 46, Canfield, and Michael


Judge chops off $10 million hair cut

Opinion: When Shelley Osborne sunk into a depression following a hair cut she didn't like, she took the most


BOARDMAN Officials: Propertyis unsafe

Trustees are still looking for the owner of the dilapidated structure on Southern Boulevard. By


Investing in safety

Investing in safety YOUNGSTOWN -- Billy Martin, the 10-year-old Niles boy who has been promoting


TRIBE NOTES

TRIBE NOTES From Texas Nailed: The Rangers had been successful on 15 straight steal attempts


YOUNGSTOWN Mayor's foe quits his quest

The twists and turns included a last-ditch effort to get a residency hearing reset. By PATRICIA


Lisbon trooper receives promotion

LISBON -- Randall L. Skaggs, of the Ohio State Highway Patrol's Lisbon post, was promoted to


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Padres (Lawrence 2-1) at Pirates (Beimel 5-7), When: 7:05. TV: FOX Sports Pittsburgh.


MAHONING COUNTY Port board to increase presence

The port board will sometimes meet in Mahoning County, starting this month. By BOB JACKSON


YOUNGSTOWN Higher-priority 911 call caused McKelvey to wait

The officer first dispatched to a downtown restaurant had been across town on Midlothian Boulevard.


YOUNGSTOWN Deputy sheriff sues county

The sheriff and a major are accused of malicious prosecution. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


hClinton fans scramble to collect trading cards

hClinton fans scramble to collect trading cards HOT SPRINGS, Ark. -- The lineup started at 6 a.m.


MAHONING VALLEY Program aims to make college more accessible

The program is still in the planning stages. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


Bike safety check

Bike safety check CANFIELD -- Bike riders can receive a free bike inspection, safety equipment


YVONNE CURRAN PATRICK TURNER

YVONNE CURRAN PATRICK TURNER YOUNGSTOWN -- A honeymoon to Jamaica followed the wedding of Mr. and


WARREN Company sues to block lease signing

In a split vote, the commissioners decided to rent courtroom space from a higher bidder. By


NEW CASTLE, PA. Agency makes plans to save historical homes

A mix of grants and low-interest bank loans will pay to relocate the houses. By LAURE CIOFFI


Squad disposes of dynamite sticks

ST. CLAIR -- The Youngstown Police Department bomb squad was called to Columbiana County Friday


Pageant picks pint-size royalty

Frills, flowers and bows dominated the annual Tiny King and Queen contest. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ALPERN, & lt;/B & gt;

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;ALPERN, & lt;/B & gt; Lilyan, 87, of Aurora;


TARRA ALEXANDER GLENDON O'HARA

TARRA ALEXANDER GLENDON O'HARA YOUNGSTOWN -- The exchange of nuptial vows took place at 2 p.m.


AUSTINTOWN Falcons of Fitch High will fly through a tunnel this season

Better than a red carpet, Fitch High School football players will make grand entrances through a


WINNERS

WINNERS Tiny royalty Kids ages 3 to 5 took the stage Friday for the annual Tiny King & amp;


CYNTHIA SCHIAVELLO E. ROSS SCHWARZ

CYNTHIA SCHIAVELLO E. ROSS SCHWARZ HANALEI, HAWAII -- The marriage of Cynthia Schiavello and E.


One swing turned tide

A grand slam opened the gates to the win. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF NILES --


HOWLAND HIGH SCHOOL Student's poll shows teens want more action against drugs

Howland's principal said the suspensions for tobacco use have dropped drastically. By JENNINE


What does it take to make citizens league's list of suspicious luncheons?

Opinion: We're going to share a little inside story with you today. Back in the early 1980s it became


Established in 1910 by individuals and families in the Valley such as the Stambaughs, Crandalls,

Established in 1910 by individuals and families in the Valley such as the Stambaughs, Crandalls,


Reaching lofty goals

By WILLIAM K. ALCORN VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- A pair of friendly, caring adult arms


Special to The Vindicator

Special to The Vindicator TWENTIES DECOR: Artist Mike Wigal of Parkersburg, W.Va., airbrushes the