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Stories published August 18, 2001

Cuts won't slow checks

Layoffs brought staffing down to the levels that were there before computerization. By STEPHEN


VOCAL GROUP HALL OF FAME Barbershop Building joins in the harmony

The grand opening continues today with quartets performing on downtown corners from noon to 3 p.m.


TRAFICANT CASE Deadline looms for rep to file allegations against prosecutor

The federal judge also wants the congressman to cite the laws that he contends should force her to


WARREN Leaders continue race talks

Officials hope to develop a plan to improve race relations. By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR


PACKED BACKPACK: Gorosics models a backpack filled with school items at Staples in Niles.

PACKED BACKPACK: Gorosics models a backpack filled with school items at Staples in Niles.


YOUNGSTOWN Panel, mayor fill civil service post

Education was the difference, a commissioner said. By ROGER G. SMITH CITY HALL REPORTER


PARADISE ISLAND Gospel sing

Paradise Island is near the town of Christian in southern West Virginia, 30 miles south of Logan on


Council seeks levy for roads

Residents will vote on the levy again in the fall. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF


OHIO POLL Education tops list of concerns

The past 15 state polls put education at the top of the list of problems. By DAVID SKOLNICK


SHADES FOR SPORTS Color your sports world

Want to improve your game? Try colored sunglass lenses. Colored lenses were developed to reduce


NY-PENN LEAGUE Scrappers tamed by Tigers, 9-1

ONEONTA, N.Y. -- The Mahoning Valley Scrappers avoided a shutout by scoring in the top of the ninth,


Szostkowski-Shovlin troth revealed

Denise M. Szostkowski, 1200 Highgate Road, Wilmington, Del., and Nicholas A. Shovlin, 1791 Island


Patrol puts buses to the test as start of school year nears

Iric Fidram, above, an inspector with the Ohio State Highway Patrol, checks the front end of a


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Channel 21 to air YSU-Toledo game

Channel 21 to air YSU-Toledo game WFMJ Channel 21 will televise the Youngstown State University-


Looking cool for school

By REBECCA SLOAN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT Kindergartners or seniors, every student wants to


Barbershop Building joins in the harmony

The grand opening continues today with quartets performing on downtown corners from noon to 3 p.m.


YOUNGSTOWN Judge refuses motion to toss lawsuit against Philomena

By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR COURTHOUSE REPORTER YOUNGSTOWN -- A judge has refused to throw out a


Ups and downs of construction

Above, a crew for Bruce T. Campbell Construction Co. of West Middlesex, Pa., works on the steel


Brandy Kuhlman, Laurie Wilson to wed in autumn

COLUMBIANA -- Craig and Vicki Kuhlman, 1391/2 N. Pearl St., are announcing the engagement of their


Jennifer Aldom, Kirk Poffenberger to be married in mid-September

SALEM -- Announcement of the engagement of Jennifer L. Aldom, 1120 N. Lincoln Ave., and Kirk D.


MAHONING 911 Panel urges hiring of Illinois company

RCC Consultants of Illinois beat out companies from Harrisburg and Pittsburgh. By BOB JACKSON


TRUMBULL CSEA Cuts won't slow checks

Layoffs brought staffing down to the levels that were there before computerization. By STEPHEN


EAST PALESTINE Council to name interim manager

Two council members said the next city manager should be from the area. By NANCY TULLIS


CORTLAND Ex-panel members seek amendments

The former charter reviewers need to get 250 signatures on each petition. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


Shannon Jamison, Christopher Cylke to be married in September 2002

HASTINGS ON HUDSON, N.Y. -- Marcia L. Knotts of Hastings on Hudson, formerly of Columbiana, is


Watershed Festival at Experimental Farm

Watershed Festival at Experimental Farm CANFIELD -- The second annual Watershed Festival will be


Little Miss CityFest seeks applicants

Little Miss CityFest seeks applicants YOUNGSTOWN -- Applications for the Little Miss CityFest


FRIDAY'S RESULTS

FRIDAY'S RESULTS BOYS GOLF BISHOP CUP TOURNAMENT (at Youngstown CC) URSULINE 337, MOONEY


BIRTHS

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Christina M. Bondi and Matthew B. Miller, 4811 Westchester Drive,


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Scrappers at Oneonta Tigers. When: 7:05. Radio: WBBW-AM 1240.


LISBON Teacher enters plea deal in plot to kill child's mom

Prosecutors are recommending a six-year sentence. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


Lordstown sues over tennis court

WARREN -- Lordstown wants a Trumbull County Common Pleas Court judge to order a Canfield paving


HEART DISEASE

HEART DISEASE About the afflication Christine Steele, 15, of Hubbard suffered from restricted


Day-Stacy troth announced, date set for wedding

The engagement of Michelle Paulette Day and Richard Lee Stacy is being announced by their parents,


SHARON Search continues for bank robber

A bank official said two customers left the bank just before the robber approached a teller. By


Deadline looms for rep to file allegations against prosecutor

The federal judge also wants the congressman to cite the laws that he contends should force her to


A lawsuit for every occasion

Opinion: The case of three hikers who tried to leap over a hot spring in Yellowstone National Park a year ago


BOARDMAN Temple boomers lived their faith

Community ties are a matter of faith, the congregants agreed. By D.A. WILKINSON VINDICATOR


Sale of mill sparks fears

Employees may have to wait weeks to get details on the new owner's wage and benefits package. By


PEOPLE

PEOPLE Interim pastor YOUNGSTOWN -- Martin Luther Lutheran Church's new interim pastor, the Rev.


New computer will help keep nuclear arsenal safe

Opinion: A terabyte is not the result of a prehistoric pterodactyl attack, but rather a measure of computer


CANFIELD Builder says he'll fix silt problem in lake

When the lake was created in 1955, a swimmer could dive in off the dock. Residents say they now want


Suspect was told of rights, police say

William Monday's attorney wants statements his client made to police suppressed. By LAURE CIOFFI


Miss Montella to be bride of Mr. Lubanovic

HUBBARD -- Announced by Genevieve Jacobs, 1651 Collar-Price Road, is the engagement of her son,


YOUNGSTOWN Crusade offers food

VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT YOUNGSTOWN -- A food giveaway is part of a three-day Christian rally at


Hubbard teen undergoes heart transplant

The Hubbard teen has spent the past four months in the Cleveland Clinic. By TIM YOVICH


WEST VIRGINIA Island goes from trash to treasure

A couple's dream turned a garbage-laden island into a Christian campground. By ELLEN J. LIST


YSU lays their title hopes on the line

Led by All-Gateway pick Pat Crummey, the offensive line is expected to be the Penguins' strength.


NORTH STAR Sale of mill sparks fears

Employees may have to wait weeks to get details on the new owner's wage and benefits package. By


Teacher enters plea deal in plot to kill child's mom

Prosecutors are recommending a six-year sentence. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


POLAND Council seeks levy for roads

Residents will vote on the levy again in the fall. By JOHN W. GOODWIN JR. VINDICATOR STAFF


MAHONING COUNTY

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses Joseph J. Varone, 26, of Canfield, and Nicole K. Petrarca, 30,


SHARON Crisis agency workers say they haven't quit

The agency's hot line is functioning but its emergency shelter remains closed. By HAROLD GWIN


The Hubbard teen has spent the past four months in the Cleveland Clinic.

The Hubbard teen has spent the past four months in the Cleveland Clinic. By TIM YOVICH


CLUB CALENDAR

AUXILIARIES XEighth District Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States will