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Stories published August 17, 2001
The state has worked with other school districts to help encourage minority hiring. By RON COLE
Vocal harmonies and versatility made the 98 Degrees concert a hot ticket. By DEBORA SHAULIS
By PATRICIA MEADE VINDICATOR CRIME REPORTER CLEVELAND -- Three days after the owner of
NEW CASTLE -- Union Township supervisors apparently have no authority to regulate New Castle Airport
It will be the second time this year voters have been asked to pass a school levy. By DENISE DICK
INDICTMENTS Mahoning County The following people were indicted Thursday by a Mahoning County
Opinion: EDITOR: Who has authority in Springfield Township to handle the township's business? It appears
The former Idora Park Carousel Organ was only on display Wednesday at the Lawrence County Fair. The
The seven-bout professional card will begin tonight at 7:30. NILES -- The time of truth will come
The senator also predicted a prescription drug plan will be part of the federal Medicare system by
A conflict with the lowest bidder is causing the latest delay. HERMITAGE, Pa. -- It looks as
By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU EAST PALESTINE -- Although she believes city officials
The league is rich in history and talent. By MARK MILLER VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF YOUNGSTOWN
Today's common pleas court hearing has been canceled. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL
YOUNGSTOWN -- Four young people from Canfield -- ages 20, 16, 16 and 14 -- who had been parked in
Four athletes to watch at this week's 2001 X-Games in Philadelphia. Tony Hawk -- Skateboarding.
The fire chief said the man should not have been burning the trash, which included paint cans and
The city is confident a satisfactory deal can be worked out before school starts. YOUNGSTOWN --
A computer will be used to control stage lighting. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU
Authorities said Batcho intimidated guards as well as other county jail inmates. By BOB JACKSON
Community Cup events YOUNGSTOWN -- Events for the YMCA's Community Cup begin this weekend.
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YOUNGSTOWN -- Major Brian M. Kennedy, of Poland, will be the featured speaker at the 22nd annual
BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Richard and Janelle Truslow, 3442 Black Oak Lane, Youngstown, girl, Aug.
A police report says a 14-year-old boy was behind the wheel when a car crashed into the building.
AUSTINTOWN -- Police are investigating allegations that a 30-year-old Burkey Road woman tricked two
Boardman native Rob Struharik is one of 350 athletes competing. By JOE SCALZO VINDICATOR SPORTS
YOUNGSTOWN -- The board of directors of Youngstown Civic Center Development Corp. has hired
AUSTINTOWN -- Two people were arrested this morning outside of The Mill Club on South Raccoon Road
Opinion: So much for members of his own party heeding his advice. Earlier this year, President George W. Bush
The Navigators are ready to sail into uncharted waters. With area high schools preparing for the
NEWTON FALLS -- The Trumbull County Hazmat Team cleaned up about 150 gallons of paint, paint thinner
LIQUOR CONTROL Paperwork Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor documents:
The latest proposal would still require the city to grant the developer at least two waivers from
Hearings are set for Aug. 31 and Sept. 24 to argue the appeals. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR NEW
West Nile test results on dead birds are pending, but regular mosquito tests have come back clean.
Opinion: When did punishment become such a bad thing? The Sharon Board of Education, which a few weeks ago
THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN A judge will also decide whether to move CSC's bankruptcy case from
A supervisor said laying off park workers would save enough money to pay for a traffic light. BY
Potential jurors have read too many newspaper accounts of the case to be unbiased, attorneys say.
LAWRENCE COUNTY FAIR Schedule of events The 48th annual Lawrence County Fair runs through
By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER AUSTINTOWN -- Crocodiles and tigers and zoning. Oh my!
Ron Wilkison has been in a vegetative state for almost two years. NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Ron "Koot"
By REBECCA SLOAN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT In mom and dad's day, senior portraits weren't that
ASSOCIATIONS XA meeting of the William Penn Association, Branch 28, of Youngstown will be held at
MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Robert C. Leonard Jr., 20, of 69 Helena, Struthers, and Casey
The company said it won't make work force changes. By CYNTHIA VINARSKY and DAVID SKOLNICK
Hardrives collected nearly $20,000 from Mahoning County and Struthers for asphalt not used for
Opinion: Providence Journal: The Bush administration provoked a cascade of criticism when it announced on